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Playtime I’ve often had a vision floating around in my fertile imagination, of a surreal world in stark black & white, except for one shocking bit of color. Or a scene that was half black and white and half color. … Continue reading
While I will not personally be pontificating on American politics in this post, I will suggest that you seek the words of my favorite libertarian Patrick Dorinson as he shares his thoughts on Trump and the media. Superbly written. http://cowboylibertarian.com/blog/ … Continue reading
Please excuse the lack of breaks between the paragraphs in the first section of today’s post. They have been copied and pasted from a primitive word processing program and most blogs do not recognize the spacing. I’ve written a lot … Continue reading
The article below is entitled The Human Cost of The Attack on Religious Liberty and was written by Bob Trent for Freedom Matters, March 06, 2017. http://adflegal.org/detailspages/blog-details/allianceedge/2017/03/06/the-human-cost-of-the-attack-on-religious-liberty As written……. What if the government told you that you had to create … Continue reading
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When the hand hold-able 4×5 Speed Graphic was invented, action photography saw its beginning. When the 35mm camera, first the rangefinder, then the single lens reflex (slr) was created, photography took yet another leap forward in true mobility. The ability … Continue reading
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Light and shadow in the same image, equals contrast. Contrast (drama) is the photographer’s friend, but it can be a love, hate relationship. Creating our own shadows (contrasts) can be a lot of fun. Studio photography for fun or profit, gives … Continue reading
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With all that’s going on in the world, it’s important to every once in a while, just sit back and appreciate the earth itself and it’s beauty, as it is shared through photographic art. Tony Sweet, and Guy Tal are … Continue reading