Category Archives: Reflections

What can a photograph cause you to do?

Surfacing Emotions, Tears of joy, pain and sorry, Smiles of laughter, hope, and excitement, Reflections of long ago, Memories about to fade, Awakening the senses, Seeing what your eyes see, Questioning the effects of one single image, Lasting a moment, … Continue reading

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Me and my shadow: Where is Isle Royale?

What a beautiful place to vacation, I never heard of this USA 🇺🇸 National Park until I went there! Look for Moose, Wolves and Eagles along with sunken ships around the Harbour. We had a lady diver give a presentation … Continue reading

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What’s in a Name? : Lets take a walk together on The Streets of Stockholm!

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A Walk down Michigan Avenue: Chicago

Virtually staring at my past travels along the metro 🚇 train to my old stomping ground in Chicago. Pictures taken in December of 2019, taken by (c) Martina using a Fujifilm X-T3 Hoping to return soon. A look down the … Continue reading

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Portrait of a young hitchhiker: making his way to Alaska

Happy Father’s Day to all you men of courage. Only the love of a father can give us is awesomely unique. This is my Dad during his high school photos. A few years later he was hitchhiking his American Dream … Continue reading

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Take me back in time: an eight year old reflection

Looking back this was a time of young innocence where classmates were of every nationality and for the most part we got along. Walking home from school, I met with opposition from some boys who didn’t like me for some … Continue reading

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The Heart ❤️ of the Matter

Viewing my own town’s downtown streets, you see what remains in front of you with your eyes. You feel like you are living in a different world, a different country. The boundaries are open, our hearts are crossed for a … Continue reading

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Veteran’s Day 2019 in America, November 11th

As a child I would hear stories of wars from sound bites coming from the TV news stations, from my parents personal stories, and from other people around me. A personal witness came directly from my mother (who lived in … Continue reading

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Hurry up and Wait

Waiting…it can have its benefits, but like most people, it’s sometimes difficult to wait for something you truly want.  I see this, especially with the younger generation.  Perhaps their lack of time management and understanding what’s involved or lack of … Continue reading

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