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  • 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  

  • 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  

  • bL uE

    bL uE

      We live on an island surrounded by a sea of ignorance. As our island of knowledge grows, so does the shore of our ignorance. — John Archibald Wheeler said that  

  • G R A i N

    g RA i N

      The farmer is the only man in our economy who buys everything at retail, sells everything at wholesale, and pays the freight both ways. — John Fitzgerald Kennedy said that  

  • Ru RAL

    Ironically, rural America has become viewed by a growing number of Americans as having a higher quality of life not because of what it has, but rather because of what it does not have. — Don A. Dillman said that

  • T iME

    Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still. — Dorothea Lange said that

  • bA RbeR

    My favorite memory in the barbershop was watching the hair fall. Little particles would fall and I would make designs out of it. — Jenifer Lewis said that

  • bram·​ble


      Since the beginning, Americans have raced toward the horizon: building, rebuilding and discarding. All across America we have left abandoned, like carcasses after the feast, that which only yesterday was state-of-the-art invention. — David Plowden said that  

  • divided sky

    Travel where you will, anywhere in the world, and you will encounter Coca-Cola on clothes, in signs, on packaging, in art…everywhere. — Judith Evans said that

  • m EmP H iS

    Contradictions of perspective. Contrasts of light. Contrasts of form. Points of view impossible to achieve in drawing and painting. Foreshortenings with a strong distortion of the objects, with a crude handling of matter. Moments altogether new, never seen before. Compositions whose boldness outstrips the imagination of painters. — Alexander Rodchenko said that