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Monochhrome Madness 2-50

Submitted to Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness 2-50. “Splitting the Pylons” The pylons are air-filled lightweight fabric so it was possible for the aircraft to hit a pylon and not sustain any damage. This was one of the series of Red … Continue reading

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Russia’s Memorial to 9/11

Gesture of Respect or Unappreciated Lightning Rod for Controversy Or both? At the tip of Bayonne, New Jersey’s man-made cruise ship terminal peninsula stands a 100-foot tall tower made of steel sheathed in bronze. Described as “hypnotic and moving” in … Continue reading

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