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[Categories: Travel, Photography, Photography 101 Forever] [Photos here are hosted on OneDrive or CloudUp.] Fri. 30 Apr. Glenveagh National Park. Our tour gets a few hours here but it’s worth at least a half day. Take the time to walk … Continue reading
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[Categories: Travel, Photography, Photography 101 Forever] [Click to view, explore, view, click some more.] [Photos here are hosted on OneDrive or CloudUp.] Thu. 29 Apr. (’17). Northern Ireland. The Antrim Coast Road. Giant’s Causeway. Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge. Brevity is soul, … Continue reading
Tagged Carnlough, Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, CIE Tours, Derry, Dunluce Castle, Game of Thrones, Giant's Causeway, Glenariffe, GoT, Ireland, Londonderry, Northern Ireland, Peace Walls, The Antrim Coast Road, the Glens of Antrim
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[Categories: Photography, Photography 101 Forever] [These are permissible still photos of exhibits, taken by me for personal use.] [Click on a picture to enlarge and zoom.] At the DAM, the Denver Art Museum, an exhibition of Western movies, paintings, and … Continue reading
Tagged Albert Bierstadt, Breaking Through the Line, C.M. Russell, Charles M Russell, Charles Schreyvogel, Clint Eastwood, cowboys and indians, Denver Art Museum, Eli Wallach, Frederick Remington, James Earle Fraser, John Ford, Lee Van Cleef, Sergio Leone, The Broncho Buster, The Good The Bad and The Ugly, The Hold-up, Thomas Moran, western movies
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[Categories: Travel, Photography, Photography 101 Forever] (Click to view, scroll down and click to view larger.] Wed. 28 Apr. Belfast. ‘The Troubles.’ Peace Walls. Our guides were very enthusiastic about the reconstruction booming economy of Belfast since peace was realized, … Continue reading
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[Categories: Arts, Flowers, Photography, Photography 101 Forever] [Click on a gallery to open, click on single pictures within to zoom.] Alexander Calder (1898-1976), the artist/originator of the mobile (Wiki), though all but one of the 9 exhibit pieces are stabiles. At … Continue reading
[CATEGORIES: Literature, Lapham’s Quarterly, Reading, Book Review] [Click HERE to see my previous posts referencing Lapham’s Quarterly.] [Some of LQ’s contents are available free.] [L.Q. cover and art from L.Q. Summer 2017: Fear.] [Click photos to enlarge.] A review, summary, … Continue reading
Tagged Alexis de Tocqueville, Andrew Grove, Aristotle, Bosley Crowther, Charles Darwin, Charles Vanel, Diabolique, Dorothy Thompson, Dostoevsky, Eugene Delacroix, Freud, George Santayana, Godzilla, Goldwater, H. G. Wells, H.P. Lovecraft, Henri-Georges Clouzot, ICE, Ida B. Wells, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Isabelle Adjani, J. Hoberman, James Baldwin, Jean Pillement, Joseph Heller, Kim Jong Un, Klaus Kinski, Lapham's Quarterly, lewis lapham, Machiavelli, Nadine Gordimer, Orson Welles, Orwell, Phillipe Petit, Poe, Stanley Kubrick, Suki Kim, Vaclav Havel, Washington Post, Werner Herzog, Yves Montand
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[Categories: Arts, Photography, Photography 101 Forever] Our local historical mansion had an outdoor painting (plein air) exhibition yesterday, during which the public could stroll the grounds and watch artists at work. Most, but not all, the artists seemed to work … Continue reading