Power Trip

I believe that each of today’s images have their own energy. They are powerful both in their content, and their delivery.

David Hemmings and Charles Glatzer are leaders in the world of wildlife photography. You’d have to be hard of heart not to love David’s image of an adorable Polar Bear cub as it attempts to wake up mom, or Charles’ photo of a Silvery Grebe peeking out from its safety through the curve in Mom or Dad’s neck.1David Hemmings

2Charles Glatzer, Silvery Grebe

I’ve showed you several Jack Graham images before. He has a definite style to his landscapes and that style is spectacular! This one was created at Hunt’s Mesa Arizona.3Hunt's Mesa AR Jack Graham

Let’s travel to distant lands with this wonderful moody picture made by Yari Medi in China. Unfortunately I could not find a useable link for Yari. I came across the image on Google Plus.4yari medi China

We continue our journey by traveling to the aisle of Cyprus with this amazing Bun Lee photo of life in the clouds.5Bun Lee Cypress

I try to include at least one “citified” image in my guest photographer posts, and you can see, a bridge and some buildings protruding in the previous picture. We’ll make it two today as I could not ignore our next photo.

I found this photo to be creative, interesting, and inspiring. Whether you are a lover of literal style images, or those that fall into abstract categories, it’s hard not to love this unique picture of night-time skyscrapers reflected in a puddle on an old wooden boardwalk. Bob Noble is the artist. I love the mixture of a modern world made of glitzy buildings, and that old weathered wood.6Bob Noble

There are “always” new ways to look at the world around us.

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Back a few years I wrote an article about my life with horses. I added some well known and some unknown cowboy wisdom.

It is easier to get an actor to be a cowboy than to get a cowboy to be an actor.

Don’t squat with your spurs on.

Never slap a man who’s chewing tobacco.

If you find yourself in a hole, the first thing to do is stop digging.

It’s the bulls and blood, dust and mud, and the roar of a Sunday crowd.

Nature gave us all something to fall back on, and sooner or later we all land flat on it.

From my cowboy friends from days of old, and the cowboy/cowgirl that lives inside of all of us, thank you.

God Bless,                                                                                                                                              Wayne

 

 

 

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