Photos That Leave a Lasting Image
A Few "Keepers"
Recently I wrote an article titled "Mental Agility Made Easy" that recommended captioning photo collections (or doing some other mental exercise) as a way to improve memory and mental sharpness. It occurred to me that some of my 12,765 photos might be of interest to others, so I added three of them to that article as a way of sharing them.
Here are a few more shots that might intrigue you, my readers. These pictures were taken over a period of years in a great many places, some on slide film and others with a digital camera, but each is still fresh in my mind. Perhaps they will 'stick' in your memory as well. Enjoy!
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