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  • bRady

    cA TE RdA y

      the title suggests something along the line of aL TER NaTiv E fAc Ts   Brady, Irish Setter, would then become the fA KE nE ws if i’m understanding the new world in which i find myself.     If there is one spot of sun spilling onto the floor, a cat will find…

  • oVER tHE LiNE

    oVER tHE LiNE

      I have found out that there ain’t no surer way to find out whether you like people or hate them than to travel with them. — that Mark Twain guy said that  

  • sEA

    sEA

      For whatever we lose, it’s always our self we find in the sea. — e.e. cummings said that  

  • dAys

    dAys

      We do not remember days, we remember moments. — Cesare Pavese said that  

  • f i sH

    f i sH_f i sH

      It has always been my private conviction that any man who pits his intelligence against a fish and loses has it coming. — John Steinbeck  

  • bi CyC LE

    bi CyC LE

      Sometimes I enjoy just photographing the surface because I think it can be as revealing as going to the heart of the matter. — Annie Leibovitz said that  

  • sK Y

    sK Y

      that Mark Twain guy said, “Buy land, they’re not making it anymore.”   besides, you can’t buy the sky  

  • No TiTLE

    No TiTLE

      No qUoTE  

  • peripheral vision

    peripheral vision

      Henri Cartier-Bresson said, “One has to tiptoe lightly and steal up to one’s quarry; you don’t swish the water when you are fishing.” When I captured this woman standing in the doorway, for a brief moment I thought I’d accomplished that. While focusing in on something entirely different I saw her step outside from…

  • cLo sE

    cLo sE

      “close” is not humidity. humidity is the moisture level in the air and in Arkansas, the humidity level is nearly as high as the Fahrenheit temperatures, which begin rising in February and anytime between May and September are likely to hover over the 90 degree Fahrenheit mark. “close” is seeing the growth of trees,…

  • nE vER

    n Ev ER

      n Ev ER cHANGE   The colossal misunderstanding of our time is the assumption that insight will work with people who are unmotivated to change. — Edwin H. Freidman