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The Coconino National Forest, designated a U.S. National Forest in 1908, is located in northern Arizona and contains the area known as Red Rock... more
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The Coconino National Forest, designated a U.S. National Forest in 1908, is located in northern Arizona and contains the area known as Red Rock Country around the town of Sedona. This image is among the many strange and beautiful formations.
About "See America":
Back in the early 1930's for a span of about 10 years toward the end the Great Depression, the federal government tried to find ways to get people working. One of the actions taken in 1933, as part of the New Deal under Franklin D. Roosevelt, was to create the Works Progress Administration (WPA). later renamed to Work Projects Administration.
The WPA had many programs to include things like building bridges, parks and many other public works. They also put together programs that would foster the use of artists's skills to create products that brought culture to the masses. Among these, they hired writers, painters, designers, and others to produce posters as communication media for many different programs...
I've been a photographer most of my life, starting very young with a Kodak Instamatic camera. There were a few others over some years and in my mid-twenties a Canon EOS 630 (film camera) which I used extensively. Then I quit for a while. Can't say I know why, life happens. Some years ago I decided I would commit to what I knew had long been an important part of my life. It has been good in many ways, mostly because it lets me see the world around me as a place to enjoy and share. There is much that goes on around us that is negative and depressing, to say the least. It lifts my spirits to find other views that show there is much to be grateful for and much that others might find inspiring although they might never get the chance to see...
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