Aug 09 10:firstname.lastname@example.org"..."
That particular day, I had my 200-500mm lens and my Old Spice Deodorant …
Aug 09 10:email@example.comHey, Six! Good to see you!
Aug 08 10:46pm@31Another good week of contributions and commentary … a sincere "THANK YOU" to every one … and let's see if we can carry this into Sunday.
Aug 08 10:35pm@30Well, then; there's a remote portion of a mountain stream that's worth the trip into the deep woods of the Poconos. The Native Brook Trout are fairly easy to catch … but there's ANOTHER CATCH...
Aug 02 10:13pm@28Another strong showing for our Thursday/Friday feature. Thanks to all and maybe we can take it into Monday.
Aug 02 10:firstname.lastname@example.orgMy Masters thesis was entitled, "The Roll of Presupposition in the Perception of Art." It was based on a premise that, we are, each of us, the sum total of our experiences to any moment in time,...
Aug 02 2:email@example.comThe vignetting is very effective and visually implies a "sympathetic soul" IMO. Great portrayal.
Aug 02 2:firstname.lastname@example.orgThese are fine shots … perfect exposure, great contrast, color and composition.
Aug 01 10:email@example.comCould easily be a stained glass window (in Disney World's Wilderness Lodge which has a number of pieces of Native American art and genre photos).
Art, Nature and the Panacea of Fantasy
By: A. Macarthur • 8 comments • 5 days ago
“The gift of fantasy has meant more to me than my talent for absorbing positive knowledge.” _ Albert Einstein
Like a lot of young boys, I indulged in certain fantasies, mostly, in my case, the fantasies that I might have a "real shot" at one day pitching in the Major Leagues of Baseball, and particularly, as a kid living in the city of Philadelphia, for the Philadelphia Phillies....
Aug 03 3:firstname.lastname@example.orgA nice and unexpected kindness from a neighbor who, not only found the article and read it, but apparently logged in so as to be able to comment.
I'm glad he and his family are on my million...