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Hi. Just wondering - have you stopped doing this. Too bad if that is so. You were discovering and sharing interesting stuff. m/
Joe, the picture of the parking meters brought something to mind. You might like this. He has some simple yet powerful images.
Joe, They really are great artistic photos. You might want to check out National Geographic--I think this May issue (possibly could be April or June, but think it May). The head of 2-D imaging at Alfred U., Joe Sheer, has some extraordinary photos of moths that have been turned into art projects--interesting short article as well.
I'm travelling in the west right now, but will get in touch soon--back in Alfred on June 22. Tom
Thank you for sharing some of your images. You have captured beauty that we rarely see by allowing your camera to magnify some things that we SEE but don't REALLY see.
Joe,oh Joe, these photos are spectacular, getting inside things and natural beauty helps me see all over again the textures and colors I loved but glided over before!.
the insights you are creating seem to me extremely personal to you in some way I cannot easily define and at the same time accessible to me. Hooray for you! I hope you will pursue all of this to its higths and depths---Love June
Rose and Budd Kass
Joe--Just figured out how to view the macros in full size--they are spectacular! Budd just saw them and said he always thought you had artistic talent--you just needed a medium for expressing it! Some of these photos are as much a work of art as the original art pieces themselves. Rose/Budd
I loved the colors on time as well as the detail work. Interesting contract of subjects - natural vs manmade. Maybe you are finding a path to wisdom! m/