Monthly Archives: October 2011

Dia de Los Muertos

    Adrian, Cafe Ena, 10/30/2011      Adrian Getting Her Dia de Los Muertos Face Yesterday evening my wife and I and her brother and his wife had dinner at our favorite restaurant, Cafe Ena. It is a Latin … Continue reading

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Christian Brunoski

Light Shadow Inverse                                                          copyright Christian Brunoski I recently had a conversation with my friend, Chaplin, and Poet, Jeff Brunoski. He had read a short piece by Langdon Hammer, titled John Koethe’s Red Shoes. (1)  Later, Jeff sent me a copy … Continue reading

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Green Lantern, Santiago de Compostela

Green Lantern and Arches, Santiago de Compostela, Spain, 2005 For hundreds of years, pilgrims have made their way along the Camino towards the Cathedral de Santiago: each soul on his/her unique journey. The physical and emotional effort that the traveler … Continue reading

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Bridge Over the Pisuerga (photo abstraction)

Bridge Over the Pisuerga (abstraction) This photo-abstraction was created using Lightroom and PhotoShop. Here is the original photo.    Bridge Over the Pisuerga River, Palencia, Spain, 2005 The beauty of digital photography is that it is possible to take a … Continue reading

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Parched Landscape along the Camino de Santiago

In August, the farmlands of Castile and Leon are scorched. Arid breezes provide momentary relief but the price is thirst. In the fields the brittle wheat stubble is the color of ancient bones. The land is quiet, little moves except … Continue reading

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Shepard and His Flock – Camino de Santiago de Compostela

Shepard and his flock on the Camino de Santiago de Compostela, Spain, 2005 In August, 2005, my wife and I traveled by bicycle and train along one of the paths of the Camino, from Burgos to Santiago de Compostela. There … Continue reading

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Coming Gallery Openings and Shows

There are two photo gallery shows I want to share with everyone. Allison Heinzeller Faricy This is Ali’s first show and I’m excited to have a chance to see a collection of her work. She has traveled in the U.S., … Continue reading

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Intent

What does this picture say to you? What if I add the caption, “Police keep a close eye on Protesters.” Who is the guy walking behind the police officer? Reality Here’s the original, unedited photo. The police and a pedestrian … Continue reading

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OccupyMN – More Faces in the Crowd

Here are a few more of the interesting people who I met or observed at the OccupyMN action on Friday, 10/07/2011. (Above Photo)  There is a place for whimsy in politics. When we stop finding the humor in ourselves and … Continue reading

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OccupyMN – Guy Fawkes

 Guy Fawkes Masks How people express themselves at a political event can take many forms: signs, props, music, dance, and complete persona. I am particularly fond of the folks who use props to help get their message across. The Tea … Continue reading

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