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richardnohs I want to wish everyone a pleasant day or night with one of my latest creations made from pics I took in Spain (fisherman), Iceland (the rocks) and Colorado (the sky and water). Much love to each of you!!! 2mon

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richardnohs Another one of my latest creations. I used the sky from Puerto Rico, the water from Wyoming and the boats from Egypt. I hope you enjoy this new composite from The Richard Nohs Perspective! Much love!! 2mon

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richardnohs This is one of my latest creations using pieces of photos that I have taken around the world. This particular composite is a combination of pics from Perú, Egypt and Cody, Wyoming. I hope you enjoy and allow your mind to escape to the world inside of my head for a few :-). Much love to each of you!!! 2mon

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richardnohs I got back from Tokyo this past Thurs. had a great trip and look forward to sharing some of the pics with you guys! I've got lots to sort through but in the meantime, here's a selfie from the trip in honor of selfie Sunday :-). Have a lovely day, folks!!! 3mon

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richardnohs Taken during my visit to Senso-ji Temple. It's the oldest temple in Tokyo. It also happens to be one of the busiest and jam packed tourist spots I have EVER ... seen! O_O 3mon

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richardnohs By the time we made it to Mt. Fuji, the haze had set making it very difficult to get a decent capture. I managed to catch a few 'not so bad' shots while passing it by on the train. I will visit Japan again and I will get the pics I intended to get this last trip. Until then, here's one of my ride by shots of this wonder of the world! 3mon

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richardnohs Speaking of wonders, I'd like to bring my IG back to this side of the water for a min. Here we have the 40 tons of bleached sugar sculpture called 'A Subtlety' by artist Kara Walker. It is 35.5 ft tall and 75.5 ft long. She built it to pay homage to the overworked yet underpaid and undervalued workers who's blood, backs and shoulders were used to build the sugar industry. This exhibit is open at the Domino Sugar factory in Williamsburg Brooklyn until July 6. Afterward, the factory will be demolished. It is definitely worth waiting in the line that wraps around the corner and down the street to see. 3mon

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