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Roses in the Afterglow

I came of age in the early 80s, so a lot of my mind is filled with post-nuclear-apocalypse terrors. I still kind of fear that the Soviet Union will attack, that nuclear holocaust will destroy us all, that a computer … Continue reading

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Roses in the Afterglow

I came of age in the early 80s, so a lot of my mind is filled with post-nuclear-apocalypse terrors. I still kind of fear that the Soviet Union will attack, that nuclear holocaust will destroy us all, that a computer … Continue reading

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An Intimate Rose

Working on this deceptively simple looking rose photo, I got to learn a new skill, and it wasn’t even one directly related to making the image beautiful. If you’ve been following me for a long time, you’ve probably noticed that … Continue reading

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Wind

Sometimes you have to turn frustration into a new project. The wind was blowing pretty good, which makes it very, very difficult to shoot macros, or even nice photos of flowers. They’re swinging all over the place, not sitting up … Continue reading

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That’s in My Lungs, Kabul, Afghanistan

© 2012 Brian H Neely Lest you think descriptions of pollution in Kabul are overblown, this is where some of my photos used to hang, in my apartment, at the embassy. This section of wall is a good 20 feet … Continue reading

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