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Standing Alone

Standing Alone Standing alone, on the shores of iniquity I prepare for the wave… The wave of deceit The wave of greed The wave of immorality The wave of dishonor Standing alone, on the shores of despair I wave goodbye… Goodbye to truth Goodbye to honor Goodbye to nature Goodbye to future Standing alone, on […]

Rediscovering John Denver

Rediscovering John Denver (a work in progress) Preface October 12, 2015 It’s looking like today is not going to be a very good day…  for one, it is the 18th anniversary of John Denver’s untimely death.  A tragic moment for humanity, whether we realize it or not.  I woke up this morning and decided to […]

While You Were Sleeping…

While You Were Sleeping… Today is August 4, 2015.  I am in my 60th year.  I have seen much, since I was jolted aware in the 1960’s.  Awareness was the big thing back then, and was being facilitated by any number of means… TV, movies, art and literature, music, religion, drugs.  Media was instrumental in […]

vanishing point… 12/19/12 …frozen in time

This morning’s temperature was zero degrees fahrenheit and provided a much more crystalline formation on the window than usual, inspiring this brief photographic journal. Frozen in Time – Laura Marinangeli… photographic meditation on ice crystals in a window.

vanishing point… 12/18/12 …visual vacation

Last night, outside temperatures dipped to 5 degrees (fahrenheit) so inside condensation on the windows was frozen this morning… one of my favorite photographic subjects.  I’m fascinated by the interplay of water and light.  Surface reflections on droplets, bodies of water, ice crystals, light passing through fog… doesn’t matter, I’m taken by all of it.  […]

vanishing point… 12/16/12 …in memoriam

Update September 18, 2015… Originally, this video was composed for the victims of Sandy Hook.  In the nearly three years hence I’ve learned, through alternative media, that things are not always as they appear.  The possibility exists that this, and an unending line-up of similar tragedies, were contrived events.  Perhaps there were victims, perhaps they […]

vanishing point… 12/14/12 …it’s a small world

I know, it doesn’t SEEM small… but when you look at Earth’s interconnected systems, many poised on the edge of catastrophe, it becomes very small indeed.  Especially since we don’t have any means of escape, or anywhere to escape to.  The path ahead may be fraught with difficulty and danger… and I have no idea […]