Monthly Archives: June 2017

Words Have Meanings

I love the written word. Short form, long form, poetry or prose, words can be both trite and profound at the same time. I am especially enamored with song lyrics. Well, sometimes. I have shared many a song lyric on … Continue reading

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Still Here

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Below you will find a reproduction of my About Wayne page that is located on the menu to the right of the Earth Images blog home page. I include this today because it was published in April of 2010. Over … Continue reading

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Lady’s Choice, Yesterday & Today

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Let us take a journey with one of yesteryear’s greatest and most famous photographers of the female gender, to another with one of the world’s most successful and well known lady photographers of the here and now. Meet Dorothea Lange … Continue reading

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Straight Up

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Anytime I find a great photographer whose work captures my attention and imagination immediately, I am happy to share that work and the photographer on these pages. Hillary Younger has her own special (dramatic) style. She also favors the vertical … Continue reading

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Thinking Out Loud (again)

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One of the dangers of thinking at all in the 21st Century is that there always seems to be a computer with a keyboard and internet access within reach.  Most “thoughts” wind up being out loud today, so to speak. … Continue reading

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Three For the Road

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The majority of the recent posts that I have published here at Earth Images, have had at least one uncorrected error. Not factual errors, but grammatical errors and especially words that I meant to remove during corrections that I made … Continue reading

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To Be or Not to Be

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Ya gotta be who you are. That was the cry of the late 20th Century, and remains so today. I’ve expressed those sentiments myself, right on these pages. I suppose we all might agree that if you are an ax … Continue reading

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