Image tampering has been around since the advent of the photographic process. In the 150 years commencing with the invention of conventional photography by Henry Fox Talbot and Louis Jacques Mande Daguerre, and before digital photography was introduced, photographers were staging images (Loch Ness monster, Cottington fairies) and/or creating seemingly real but actually false photoART (Stalin’s ‘erasures’, Abraham Lincoln / John C. 973 more words
Late in the evening, when hummers are wanting to top off before retiring, this guy was playing guard on all seven feeders in back.
You can see the result of one encounter with what it considered trespassers on more sugared water than it could drink in a month. 638 more words
Wide bodies. Prairies and beaches have that in common.
Giddy sunny days too encouraging of free spirits and freewheeling.
Big uncovered and discovered.
By August roasted tourist stuff themselves back into their cars, then, disappear on down the roads as the clouds roll in to erase any trace of their visits. 477 more words