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In the Sultan’s Harem–Arab Days Gone By

When I dream at night, I see the Fly TWA posters that used to hang on our patio wall. Sure wish I had some–they’re worth $900. The poster, In the Sultan’s Harem, above is much less. It’s one of the rare photos I shot that’s sharp and compelling–the essence of Arab retro. Oh, the good-ole-days […]

Egyptian Hieroglyphics–The Beauty of Pictorial Language

The most beautiful language of all time has to be Egyptian Hieroglyphics, pictures that represent words in Egypt over 2000 years ago. The pictures are a form of language, each one being a member of the ancient Egyptian alphabet. Decorative¬† ideograms (a symbol showing the word) and a phonograms (sounds) make up the ancient Egyptian […]