Wed Dec 23rd, 2009 at 10:40:58 AM EST
Because many readers are likely to be off-line in the next few days, here's an early open photo / philosophical thread.
For this unique edition of the Friday photo blog [posting rights passed to me by LEP], ET readers, including lurkers, occasional and former bloggers who, like me, may be preoccupied by survival issues, are encouraged to post anything and everything that may come to mind: poetry, reflections, reminiscences, analyses, self-promotion, videos, drawings, and ... photographs, notably :-)
To launch this week's edition of the photo blog, a few images taken by a little known American photographer, Roy DeCarava [1919-2009].
From DeCarava to you and me, and billions of us to one another, the message is one of affinity and solidarity. Why do we continue to accept the pillage and destruction of what belongs to us all?
Please try to keep to 600 pixels width and 100kb to 150kb max in file size and take a look at Wednesday Photography Blog No.2 for the technical bits on how to post.
Otherwise this is a blank page for the posting of photographs but, exceptionally, this week, anything that comes to mind, in any medium.