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H&M Is Watching You, by Richard Wanderman

See image posting in PHOTOS. thumbnail, featured imageH&M is Watching You, by my friend Richard Wanderman, on Flickr. Ricoh Imaging GR, March 25, 2015, Times Square, New York. Richard says, “This H&M billboard went all the way to the ground so it’s a perfect backdrop for these kinds of images and Times Square is loaded with people walking by; all you have to do is wait and shoot.”

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Underneath Citicorp (2), by Richard Wanderman

See image posting in PHOTOS. thumbnail, featured imageUnderneath Citicorp (2) by my friend Richard Wanderman, on Flickr. Ricoh Imaging GR, March 29, 2015, 53rd. and Lexington, New York. Richard says, “Less for its ‘shed’ roof, more for the fact that it’s a big monolith up on pillars. I like standing under it and looking up at it floating above the space under it.”

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Genesis

They say the foundations of science and religion are separate and incompatible domains, and must always be. Whoever or whatever our Creator, that’s a postulate of mankind, not of the universe’s making. Astrophysics is again grappling with the question: how can you create something out of nothing? Does the proposed new “No Big Bang” model mean we might again have to come to grips with the ancient theological notion of endless cycles of creation and destruction, reincarnation of the universe as it were? Our brief contemplations in … Astronomy.

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TREE REFLECTION by Richard Wanderman

See image posting in PHOTOS. thumbnail, featured imageTREE REFLECTION by my friend Richard, on Flickr. Fujifilm X100T, January 13, 2015, Japanese Garden, Van Nuys, California. Richard says, “The garden was loaded with cormorants today, more than I’ve ever seen before and many other birds. Never got a shot at any and just as we were leaving I saw a nice tree reflection in a shaded pool…”

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