This one is from the archives. It was taken in Rota, Spain in July of 1975 during a port call when I was in the Navy assigned to the aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67). Kind of fitting that this is an image of working since I am now back from a week at the cabin and head back to work on Monday. The original is a Kodachrome transparency taken with a Nikon F and a 35/f2 Nikkor, then scanned to a digital image with an Epson V600 scanner.
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A little humor this morning… I took this image earlier this week. It’s on the road to our cabin here in northwestern Wisconsin and it’s a perfect example of what Graham Nash calls “everyday, ordinary surrealism.” I just think that the kids on our side of the lake are just as smart as the kids on the other side.
Continue reading Just a sign or social commentary?
This is a picture I took way back in March of 1973 while I was still living at home. This is an image of the family cat who used to love perching in the various windows around the house to catch the sun.
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