Visual

Palm Tree Silhouettes, Sunset

By Janet Coontz-Stoneman

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Janet Coontz-Stoneman is a mother of four and grandmother of three. She began taking photos with a Brownie box camera when she was eleven. Her pictures are a means of connecting with beauty in the present. She lives in Corona del Mar, California.

In Time

By Fabrice B Poussin

In Time

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Fabrice Poussin teaches French and English at Shorter University. Author of novels and poetry, his work has appeared in Kestrel, Symposium, The Chimes, and dozens of other magazines. His photography has been published in The Front Porch Review, the San Pedro River Review and more than one hundred other publications.

Remember when you were born on another world–

By Alex Duensing

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Alex Duensing. Graduate of William Paterson and Columbia? Yes. Ran for St. Petersburg, FL City Council? Yes. Won? No. Stopped Mayan Apocalypse on rooftop with performance art? Yup. Strange but nice fellow? Clearly. Able to create mechanical engines that run completely on the energy a person creates while appreciating a painting? Mostly.

Liberty leading its own shadow.

By Alex Duensing

10.1 art - duensing, liberty

 

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Alex Duensing. Graduate of William Paterson and Columbia? Yes. Ran for St. Petersburg, FL City Council? Yes. Won? No. Stopped Mayan Apocalypse on rooftop with performance art? Yup. Strange but nice fellow? Clearly. Able to create mechanical engines that run completely on the energy a person creates while appreciating a painting? Mostly.

Northwest Territories 1, 1979

By Mark Wyatt

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Mary Vittrekwa, next to the Peel River.

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Mark Wyatt has been photographing the unfamous on city streets since around 1980. He posts his photographs to mwwyatt.wordpress.com, usually one or two a week. Each image shows all of what the camera saw at the moment that the shutter was tripped; they are never cropped and are minimally processed.

Northwest Territories 2, 1979

By Mark Wyatt

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One of the kids, Fort McPherson.

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Mark Wyatt has been photographing the unfamous on city streets since around 1980. He posts his photographs to mwwyatt.wordpress.com, usually one or two a week. Each image shows all of what the camera saw at the moment that the shutter was tripped; they are never cropped and are minimally processed.

Mexico, 2016

By Mark Wyatt

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San Miguel de Allende.

 

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Mark Wyatt has been photographing the unfamous on city streets since around 1980. He posts his photographs to mwwyatt.wordpress.com, usually one or two a week. Each image shows all of what the camera saw at the moment that the shutter was tripped; they are never cropped and are minimally processed.

NYC, 2015

By Mark Wyatt

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Brooklyn.

 

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Mark Wyatt has been photographing the unfamous on city streets since around 1980. He posts his photographs to mwwyatt.wordpress.com, usually one or two a week. Each image shows all of what the camera saw at the moment that the shutter was tripped; they are never cropped and are minimally processed.

France, 1980

By Mark Wyatt

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Jardin des Tuileries.

 

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Mark Wyatt has been photographing the unfamous on city streets since around 1980. He posts his photographs to mwwyatt.wordpress.com, usually one or two a week. Each image shows all of what the camera saw at the moment that the shutter was tripped; they are never cropped and are minimally processed.

Turkey, 1980

By Mark Wyatt

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Istanbul.

 

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Mark Wyatt has been photographing the unfamous on city streets since around 1980. He posts his photographs to mwwyatt.wordpress.com, usually one or two a week. Each image shows all of what the camera saw at the moment that the shutter was tripped; they are never cropped and are minimally processed.