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Untitled. Photographer Peter Barlow says: “Some birds that eat here look a lot like squirrels.”
“Yesteryear” (June Rose Whittaker)
“Who’s There!” (Mike Hibbard)
“The Coming Singularity- the Dominance of Artificial Intelligence and the Computer.” Artist Steve Stein says, “Computers easily turn our lights on and off, beat us at chess, control our cars, fly our airplanes and kill us at data/number crunching. Computers are planning and fighting our wars by designing the best military strategies. I hope they don’t decide to just turn on us!”
“Burning the Midnight Oil” (Lawrence Weisman)
Tom Doran created this in August, But, he notes, the colors are appropriate for fall too.
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