Friday, November 30, 2012

Found Art Friday 104

Dear Blogosports:
Recently, Art Ranger transported herself to the other edge of the country for the occasion of a dear friend's birthday, a reunion from another chapter.  En route, we witnessed this airport eco-crime against the (:) apple:
it's a genetically engineered petro-chemical experience, america is.  
With the heightened and naive attention of a visitor from another planet, the Ranger witnessed new colors, smells and textures as a travel diarist out-of-her-ordinary.
  Here in Tamworth, New Hampshire the people were trying to recover from being a swing state.
We ate homemade apple pieMilk from down the road. The lunch spot was also the hardware store.

Someone years ago in the tiny town had the foresight to create a foundation so that there is a town nurse, over decades saving oodles of healthcare dollars and miles of driving.

Behold the skin of the Pickering, manfolk brought home mirroring the ripple of the river.

Climbing over Rocks that got that way because of this happening for millenia:

Though this blog is not exactly about photography, photography is a scaffolding upon which the whole Homeland Inspiration enterprise and service rests.
In the current take-picture- therefore-I-am generation,
when do you think something
forges or stumbles its way to
being art?
In living amongst images, we aspire to parse out what a "stock photo"
Please send us yours:

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