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Photos That Speak To Me

This collection stirs/resonates something in my soul. It causes me to feel emotion which run the gamete from silly to deep sorrow to pain. All of the photos will say different things to different people....enjoy

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Photos That Speak To Me

Photos That Speak To Me

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As the sun descended, it became more creepy wandering around the abandoned insane asylum. Lit by hanheld flashlight along with the last bits of daylight creeping into the hallway from former patient’s rooms.

This pic is captioned "Patient Suitcases, Bolivar State Hospital, TN" in the new book, ASYLUM by Christopher Payne. It's a visual history of what's become of these buildings, once ubiquitous, now largely forgotton.

A$ylum Christmas cards?

Silverville, Indiana All that’s left of Silverville, Indiana, are a few abandoned houses, shops, and this old store.

Grand Old Philadelphia Building - Abandoned.


Unsolved problem!!

Solves everything! Almost.

Beautiful autumn reflection...

Rockwell painted this in 1965 to illustrate the murder of civil rights activists Michael Schwerner, Andrew Goodman and James Chaney.

new years eve 1969 grand central station

Martin Luther King Jr being attacked as he marched nonviolently for the Chicago Freedom Movement, 1966

Faith in humanity restored

Lee Jeffries

Never forget

Our Love is Military Strong

Let us forget with generosity those who cannot love us • Pablo Neruda

A literary thumbprint: the books that have defined your life fill out your thumbprint in art!

Ocean sunsets

A shaved woman during the liberation of France. 1944.

San Francisco, 1934, by John Gutmann. Labor protest.

American pacifist James Zwerg after being beaten by a mob in Montgomery, Alabama in 1960 as part of the Freedom Riders. Zwerg volunteered to leave the bus first upon arriving in Montgomery, knowing he’d be the blunt of the violent crowd’s aggression. He would have died that day if an anonymous black man hadn’t stepped in and saved his life by deflecting the mob’s attention to himself.

Vietnam veteran watching the Chattanooga Armed Forces Day parade in 1976. This photograph won a Pulitzer Prize.

Never under estimate an eyelash curler