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Posted by on Sep 4, 2013 in Arts & Entertainment, Guest Contributor | 5 comments

Remember the Mayaguez!

Or don’t. I do. (Alas.)

Rather than throwing in my 2¢ worth on the vast, vociferous verbal volley and melée known as the “Great Syria Debate,”  here’s some pretty pictures for you to look at. I remain stubbornly agnostic on this topic and subject.

beauty strip

beauty strip

I haven’t heard anything that sways me one way or the other, BUT I have seen one thing that makes sense, although I do not agree with all of it, nor necessarily its conclusions: Your Labor Day Syria Reader, Part 2: William PolkThe Atlantic (online)

As usual, click on the picture to enlarge.

No fancy java-script zoomy things. Sorry. Flash and other coding are prohibited by WordPress®.

the view from the bridge

the view from the bridge

welcome to waldo

welcome to waldo

the working coastline

the working coastline

the doors of perception

the doors of perception

the dawn patrol

the dawn patrol

prairie at night

prairie at night

downtown hays, kansas

downtown hays, kansas

dew drop inn

dew drop inn

pacific costal lowlands

pacific costal lowlands

acres o tires

acres o tires

a bench in the (olympic national) park

a bench in the (olympic national) park

runner on the beach

runner on the beach

lake crescent near port angeles, wash

lake crescent near port angeles, wash

bridge and gull and sky

bridge and gull and sky

base of the dam

base of the dam

towers o tires

towers o tires

olympic peninsula clearcut

olympic peninsula clearcut

Ghod* bless America.

Courage.

* Ghod, n. A peculiar spelling indicating the use of the concept in literary, historical or cultural terms, without necessarily embracing any belief in monotheism, polytheism or atheism. My version of the B.C. versus B.C.E. and A.D. versus C. E. non-controversy controversy.]

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A writer, published author, novelist, literary critic and political observer for a quarter of a quarter-century more than a quarter-century, Hart Williams has lived in the American West for his entire life. Having grown up in Wyoming, Kansas and New Mexico, a survivor of Texas and a veteran of Hollywood, Mr. Williams currently lives in Oregon, along with an astonishing amount of pollen. He has a lively blog His Vorpal Sword. This is cross-posted from his blog.

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