FAA watercolor landscape

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FAA Landscape Art

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American Landscapes at FAA

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Luminous Ascent

You have got to love these escalators.  I can just picture a group of women in peach-colored flapper dresses coming down from the mezzanine for an evening cocktail at the Ship Tavern. I took this photo late at night when the escalators had been turned off.  With a tripod mounted Nikon and wide angle lens I shot it in two sections and with each section bracketed up and down by two stops.  Then I exposure blended and stitched the images...

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Good Grief

A few chocolate ornamental balls fastened to what remains of the branches of a potted plant reminded me of Charlie Brown’s Christmas Tree.  Taken in front of a backdrop of flattened and glued tin foil with the reflected evening rays of light peering through the blinds, it is a perfect representation of tinsel and kitsch gone awry.  “Good...

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Edinburgh Evening

The days are long during the summer months in Scotland.  And the evening shadows seem to creep up the buildings at a painstakingly slow pace.  This gives ample time to watch as one city —  a city of shadows — slowly consumes the scrubbed gray limestone buildings of the other.  Affectionately known as Auld Reekie, Edinburgh was once the color of cinder when black soot billowed from every smokestack in town. Shot through the shutters with...

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