From Guatemala to Connecticut — with some abstract stops along the way — our online gallery continues.
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Untitled — abstract digital art (Tom Doran)
Untitled — abstract acrylic painting on canvas (Beth Berkowitz)
Untitled — Photographer Fred Cantor says, “Taken a short while ago in the backyard of the Saugatuck.This tree’s advanced foliage makes it seem like mid-autumn. I wonder: is this related to the drought?”
“This is My Happy Face!” (Steve Stein)
“One for the Road” — Photographer Peter Barlow notes that the only thing missing is “the powerful smell of steaming hot tar.”
“The Chef on His Break” (Lawrence Weisman)
“Eyeball to Eyeball” — Photographer Mike Hibbard explains, “a tourist in Galapagos reaches for a fish at an outdoor market.”
“Rocks” (Amy Schneider)
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