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newspaper ... man hobby ?!

le journal .... un passe-temps masculin ?!

newspaper ... man hobby ?!

le journal .... un passe-temps masculin ?!

Canyonlands National Park is a U.S. National Park located in southeastern Utah near the town of Moab. It preserves a colorful landscape eroded into countless canyons, mesas, and buttes by the Colorado River, the Green River, and their respective tributaries. Legislation creating the park was signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson on September 12, 1964. The park is divided into four districts: the Island in the Sky, the Needles, the Maze, and the combined rivers—the Green and Colorado—which carved two large canyons into the Colorado Plateau. from Mikunch...

(very large newspapers - must be Sunday NYT...)





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newspaper ... man hobby ?!

le journal .... un passe-temps masculin ?!

newspaper ... man hobby ?!

le journal .... un passe-temps masculin ?!

newspaper ... man hobby ?!

le journal .... un passe-temps masculin ?!

This man was selling several years old newspapers to tourists sitting in Cafes at the bottom of Calle Obispo, which is the busiest tourist street of Old Havana. My brother would probably buy it. Daily Newspapers such as Granma, Juventud Rebelde, Orbe are still selling on the corners of the city by specialized vendors. I would bet, that this guy is earning more money by selling the old issues, then the guys (always guys) selling the fresh news.


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I was taking this shot tonight when a newspaper reporter came up to me and photographed me taking photos. Who knows, maybe I'll be in the paper tomorrow, but if nothing else, it felt great getting out.

“From time to time, I open a newspaper. Things seem to be proceeding at a dizzying rate...”

―(Gustave Flaubert)―


The morning newspaper ritual, seen through an out-of-focus magnifying glass. Which renders some things sharper...and others, fuzzier.

Dallas Morning News


Each blue 'box' is a printing press which can print full color both sides of the newsprint paper. The Dallas Morning News has 17 presses. What you don't see is that these presses are 4 stories high. It starts with a roll of paper and the press prints, folds, cuts, and collates all in one continuous process. Basically, raw material goes in, a newspaper comes out. Fascinating....


If you have time, please watch this video, especially section 3 which shows the presses as they run.

Newspaper Rock

Atlatl Rock Area

Valley of Fire


December 2020

Bicycle back and forth in china town.

Photo taken at Tralala's Diner

The drawing inside is mine and looks like vacation time......belongs to phototricks.Thanks for the visit and have all a nice day

August 28, 1979 - Atlanta, Georgia A man reads the newspaper in predawn hours.

My entry for the Monthly Scavenger Hunt Feb. 2008, "Newspaper"

in the middle of its fruit sits this man and read the newspaper.No costumers on this moment ,so he has time enough!

Canyonlands NP - The Needles - State Historical Monument


Formerly a state park, Newspaper Rock is now designated a State Historical Monument, and is situated along the relatively well-traveled access road into the Needles district of Canyonlands National Park, 12 miles from US 191 and 30 miles from the park boundary. Since December 2016, this area is part of Bears Ears National Monument. The 200 square foot rock is a part of the vertical Wingate sandstone cliffs that enclose the upper end of Indian Creek Canyon, and is covered by hundreds of ancient Indian petroglyphs (rock carvings) - one of the largest, best preserved and easily accessed groups in the Southwest. The petroglyphs have a mixture of human, animal, material and abstract forms, and to date no-one has been able to fully interpret their meaning.



The pictures at Newspaper Rock have been inscribed into desert varnish, a blackish manganese-iron deposit that gradually forms on exposed sandstone cliff faces owing to the action of rainfall and bacteria. The older figures are themselves becoming darker in color as new varnish slowly develops. The first carvings were made around 2,000 years ago, and although a few are as recent as the early 20th century, left by the first modern day explorers of this region, the main groups have been assigned to the Anasazi (AD 1 to 1300), Fremont (AD 700 to 1300) and Navajo (AD 1500 onwards).

wow and wow reading in the newspaper we broke our old weather record from 75 years back record now is 39.3cbut there is more today we gone break a new weather record from yesterday so no shirt today

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Newspaper Rock, located along Indian Creek in southeastern Utah, is a 200 square foot sandstone rock which was used as a canvas by ancient rock artists.


It is believed that the petroglyphs found here were made by various cultures over the last several hundred years.


The oldest culture reflected here were the ancestral Puebloans, followed by the Fremont people and then the Utes and Paiutes.


There are more than 200 petroglyphs at Newspaper Rock, and it is one of the largest, best preserved and easiest accessed group of petroglyphs in Utah.


Saw this fellow reading a newspaper out in the middle of a grassy field on the edge of Pitt Lake in Pitt Meadows British Columbia Canada.

No hiking involved - just park and walk to the end of the parking lot to see these ancient drawings

Thank you everyone for your visit, favourites and comments.

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