Category Archives: Photos

Droplets – and Destiny?

Sometimes I wonder. As I look back over my years and reflect on how clear things once seemed, then view today’s world through humanity’s imposed murkiness, questions invariably arise. What happened? Why? What’s next? What remains? Anything? I’m reminded of … Continue reading

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Imagery, Echoes, and Memories

Below is a link to an ‘experiment’ of sorts, one that I’ve been pondering and pursuing, now and then, for the last 3-4 decades: the effect that a combination of two separate emotion-grabbing artful inputs, i.e. verbal  (poetic/sonnet) and visual … Continue reading

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National Monuments: Voices of the Vanished Ones, Preserved

VOICES in The Wind Though modern ears seem deaf to primal song, Ideas seek – and probe – subconscious minds. Where spirits walk, old muted voices long To search – as dust now gathered by the winds – And speak … Continue reading

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Christmas 2016: “‘Tis The Season To Be __?__”

The winter solstice is next week; Christmas is ten days away; thus commenseth the happiest time of the year for a certain percentage of Homo sapiens along with various other attached critters — save for the various species of spruce … Continue reading

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The Moon; A Photo-Poetic Essay

  THE MOON Mystic eye of the darkened sky, Compelled to stray, estranged, on high – Pallored by the sight of woe below, it watches At night when groping souls emerge – And hears the sobs that upward surge From … Continue reading

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“Thou, Whoever Art Above . . .”

I’ll admit it. I’m DISGUSTED! I know I’m not alone in this, but I can say with heavy duty authority that in the aftermath of the 2016 Presidential (s)election, my disgust has peaked at levels I’ve never known before, levels … Continue reading

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‘Oh Say — Can You See’?

“Now the face that I see in the mirror, More and more is a stranger to me; More and more I can see there’s a danger, Of becoming what I never thought I’d be – “ (Lyric by John Denver) … Continue reading

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