John Glines |
>> My life in black & white
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New York City
The Pines, Fire Island
Grounds for Sculpture
Times Past in America
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Images of the Buddha
Food and drink
American Civil War
The Great War
Famous and Infamous, #1
Famous and Infamous, #2
Other places, other people
Stamp Out AIDS
My life in black & white
My life in black & white
This gallery is for all of you who complain that I'm never in any of the photos I take. ("The hardest years in life are those between ten and seventy." - Helen Hayes)
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Wonderful gallery of a very interesting individual . You should write an autobiography. It would be a best seller for sure. V
Love the one of Aunt Ellen and your dad..Went to see mom yesterday. She is hanging in there. Love to you from both of us.
Thank you John for sharing your very interesting life. You have put a smile on
many faces, thanks again.
What a life ... a life well lived is a good life. May you still have many dreams.
Absolutely fantastic ... the passing of time (gracefully, I might add) ... well done and congrats on making it thru those difficult years of 10-70. The biggest of votes !!!!
your a very talented guy excellent self portrait work vote
John G Reed
Nicely done. What everyone should do. Best. J
Love the one of your mom..sorry you lost the one of me....I'm still trying to live with it.
Wonderful gallery! V
hello nice to meet you Sir, you look like a man with a thousand stories to tell
What a WONDERFUL gift you've given us, John, in this gallery of your life. Thank you so much. I can't tell you enough how important you have been in my own life. I am forever grateful. Mahalo nui loa, my friend.
John- I love the photo retrospect- I don't think I've seen you since after the Tony- too many years. As Bill might have told you, you have a new addition to the family. Daniella Quyen Owen. Italian, Irish, Vietnamese- very intersting international combo. Many friends in Indo- so who knows might show up one of these days Ellie
Would love for you to email me so I can send some pix
Very nice collection! Thanks for sharing.
Paolo Peggi (aka Bracciodiferro)
I so enjoyed your personal gallery, John. What an amazing life you are leading! Thanks for sharing it!
John, Whew! I was worried that the train on the bridge would round the bend and there would be no more John. Thank you so much for still being here and sharing these wonderful pictures. Don't be embarrassed. Our lives are important from conception till death and beyond and people should see us throughout it all. I am looking forward to celebrating my 75th year in August. My mother is no longer here to get my greeting on that day that says, "Thanks for having me." But she still knows. Love, Carmella
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