16: Etna PA

The wonderful aspect of this type of photography is the details. In my opinion, modern digital photography lacks the depth. Click here and see some amazing details. This is from a 4×5 Kodachrome transparency by United States Office of War Information photographer Alfred Palmer via Shorpy.com. Click here to see an amazing close up via Shorpy.com. A collection […]

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06: School House Rocks

Education is what survives when what has been learned has been forgotten. – B F Skinner I found this old broken country school house as I drove across Ohio from one shuttered smokestack to another.   Not sure if It is lost or if I was.

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04: Steel and Lace

I like The Eiffel Tower because it looks like steel and lace. ― Natalie Lloyd   Only the French would use steel to build something so beautifully unique, delicately intricate and sexually suggestive. Ironically, it was intended as a “temporary” display for the 1889 World’s Fair to be dismantled in 1909 when ownership of the park reverted back to the City of Paris. […]

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