I really hate to put so much work into something and then post
it as "Untitled." Sometimes I just can't thing of anything to call it,
but I will try my darndest to come up with a name. While I was contemplating this, I saw an aerial view of rooftops and city streets below. It made me think of the lengths we go through to compartmentalize ourselves and to protect our personal space with barriers, both concrete and emotional. Don't get me wrong: civilization is good ... I like my creature comforts. But I have always been able to feel lonely in a crowd.
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Back home in Florida ten years now, after 30-plus years in a VA suburb of Washington, DC, I retired in 2002 after working for the federal government as a report editor also doing desktop publishing and graphic design. I have always loved all kinds of art, beginning when I was three with fingerpaint, which I found so much less restrictive than coloring books. I was a shutterbug as a child, with my Brownie box camera but, since getting my first digital camera, have been shooting anything and everything and digitally manipulating the images, often with surprising results. Sometimes, instead of modifying a photograph, I start from scratch, resulting in some of my...
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