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Cups of Light

Writing about Harold Feinstein and flowers yesterday reminded me of the following story about the Glick Public Art Project, and the photo of tulips I submitted. At the time I was working at Riley Hospital for Children, part of Indiana … Continue reading

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Glick Photography Selection 2013

I recently saw the tulips that Pella, Iowa, is famous for. They reminded me of the photograph below that was selected for the Glick Public Art Project. At the time I was working at Riley Hospital for Children, part of … Continue reading

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The photo that changed my life

In January I read the blog post 1:1000, A Picture is Worth 1000 Words by Julianna Whalen on her site, Streets and Streams. Her idea is to write 1,000 words about one photo. Shortly after reading that, I wrote a blog post … Continue reading

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Snow Gallery

If a picture is worth 1,000 words, this blog post has 15,000.

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Photography as spiritual practice

As I wrote a month ago, the theme of the upcoming annual meeting of Iowa Yearly Meeting (Conservative) is “Being Centered in an Uncentered World.” The first evening session will be “Finding Truth and Beauty” where I will share my … Continue reading

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Digital Photography

Although I said I am glad I was glad for my experiences working in the darkroom with black and white photography, that made me appreciate digital photography all the more. The technical aspects of film and paper developing are so … Continue reading

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‘Reflections’ on Photography

The theme of the upcoming annual meeting of Iowa Yearly Meeting (Conservative) is “Being Centered in an Uncentered World.” The first evening session will be “Finding Truth and Beauty” where I will share my photographs “as a focus for how … Continue reading

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Finding Truth and Beauty

Photography is the primary way I look for and try to express beauty. But I appreciate all forms of art and expressions of beauty. There is a strong spiritual component to beauty, and strong beauty component to the spiritual. I’m … Continue reading

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Intersection of Inner and Outer Light

It occurred to me that some might wonder why I was sharing photographs on internet pages that are related to Quakers. I recently began to think of photography as capturing outer light, in contrast to the term Inner Light, one … Continue reading

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Journal–2/14/1971

I took some photographs of Thomas Mullen, Earlham College religion professor.  I was supposed to take his picture for the yearbook, Sargasso, but he offered to let me take some family pictures for a book he was getting ready to … Continue reading

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