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Raising A Glass

Raising A Glass: A Symbol of goodwill and “go ahead and take my picture” Advertisements

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What Lies

What lies in the Shadows of Las Vegas?

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Taxis for Tuesday

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Civilization

Civilization, you have to separate the real from the fake.

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Shame

It’s a Shame for the geese at this Chinese market.

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Celebrity

I’ve had a few brushes with greatness. I’ll try to make them sound more grand than they actually are.  I’ve provided professional services to celebrities Joan Rivers, Eddie Van Halen, and Jeff Foxworthy, although Foxworthy was the only one I … Continue reading

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Captured just in time.

This building is going through a slow Metamorphosis. It used to function as a cotton gin in the small southern town in which I grew up. Now it sits abandoned, rusting away with a “no trespass” warning designed to keep everyone … Continue reading

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China

It’s the furthest that my Travels have taken me thus far. I found some scenes completely foreign to me. Like these street food vendors selling scorpions and other insects on stick, and raw meat setting in the baking sun.   Other scenes, … Continue reading

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Service in the Hutong.

The Daily Post issued the following challenge. “What’s the most dreadful (or wonderful) experience you’ve ever had as a customer? Photographers, artists, poets: show us SERVICE.” From the seat of a rickshaw, I took a ride through a hutong in Beijing, China. … Continue reading

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Runners and Heroes

Courage. Webster’s says it is the mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty. Runners have courage. It’s different, of course, throughout the running community. For some, it’s required just to lace up the shoes … Continue reading

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