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Jim Sabiston
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Life, Photography and Everything
Life, Photography and Everything

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The Dust of Memories

It never leaves, not with someone we love. Their presence burns too vivid in our memories. Happen that is as it should be, for otherwise we would too easy forget. - Helen Hollick

#PlusPhotoExtract  curated by +Jarek Klimek 
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My friend +Shane Steinkamp has been working on his photography skills and is making considerable progress. He has a particular interest in examining flawed social mores, especially those that relate to how society sees and relates to the human body, and he does a remarkable job with this image.

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The Heart of Philosophy

+Monochrome Monday 
 
curated by +Hans Berendsen , +Charles Lupica , +Jerry Johnson and friends.

#PlusPhotoExtract  curated by +Jarek Klimek 
 
#MonochromeMonday  
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The Lotus Pond II

A detail from inside the Walled Garden of the Old Westbury Gardens.

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Freedom Rises

Here is my advice as we begin the century that will lead to 2081. First, guard the freedom of ideas at all costs. Be alert that dictators have always played on the natural human tendency to blame others and to oversimplify. And don't regard yourself as a guardian of freedom unless you respect and preserve the rights of people you disagree with to free, public, unhampered expression. - Gerard K. O'Neill, 2081

#PlusPhotoExtract   curated by +Jarek Klimek 
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The Secret Life of Galleries
+Monochrome Monday 
#Monochromemonday  
curated by +Hans Berendsen  , +Charles Lupica  , +Jerry Johnson , etc. etc.... ; )
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City Light
Dramatic morning light in New York City highlights the equally dramatic architecture and not so dramatic passers by.
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It's your own interesting thing... the wrinkles, after all. It depends how they fall. Which is true. It's life.  It's a mark of life.  It depends how people have been
living and all these are written on their face."
- Henri Cartier-Bresson
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The Secret Life of  Galleries
A chance find - an open door affords a view into the pre-show preparation in a Fells Point gallery from the sidewalk.
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