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Summer’s end and a day off from work. A supersweet day to honor the backbreaking labor of workers who built America and kept it going.  Like these two. 100 more words


the desert

in my dreams, i envision a place.

i’m here, surrounded on all sides
by openness.
the desert has nothing
to hide.

i’m there, walking through the  31 more words


This Is A Place Where People Toiled For More Than Just A Daily Wage...

One thing that the deep shadows inside the church at Kissos  could not hide, was the mind numbing detail of the alter.

My eyes were in overdrive, the sheer scale of the detail was too much to take in, in just one visit. 387 more words


dp challenge: one is the loneliest number

Loneliness is an interesting feeling. I’d never been alone before. Family. Children’s laughter. Baby sounds. Now, only echoes. Relatives returned just long enough to take something. 385 more words


Mirror Cracked, Interpretation Corrected

The heavy burden of visual reflection. The jaded misinterpretation of outward appearance. My routine and self-perception is all too often dictated by mirrors. Thus to wake up in a word without mirrors, you say, would help me focus on the truly important—what lies inside. 27 more words


Offence vs. Defence

Following are two images I clicked while I went on a trip to South India:

Image Credit: Shlomo Reuben

Here’s one perspective of dialogue which came to my mind, and couldn’t stop without writing it: 3,315 more words

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Dialogue In Art...

“Dialogue should simply be a sound among other sounds, just something that comes out of the mouths of people whose eyes tell the story in visual terms.”  … 716 more words

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