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Paul Goldfinger. Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge. Sanibel Island. Feb. 2020. Click to enlarge;

 

 

HARRY THEYARD:   From Man of La Mancha:

 

 

 

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Ft. Myers, Fla.   Alliance for the Arts. Paul Goldfinger photo Feb. 25, 2020 ©  Click to enlarge. 

 

THE TOKENS:

 

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Sanibel Island. Feb. 2020. Paul Goldfinger ©

 

 

CONWAY TWITTY:

 

 

 

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Paul Goldfinger ©  San Carlos Bay, Fla. February 2018.  Click to enlarge.

 

BOB DYLAN  “Stay With Me.”   From his album Shadows in the Night.

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Sanibel Sunday Farmers’ Market. Fla. Paul Goldfinger photo ©  Dec 30, 2018  Click to enlarge

 

KENNY VANCE:

 

 

 

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Click to enlarge unless you have 20 20 vision. Paul Goldfinger photo Jan. 2020. For Frank.

 

 

ENGELBERT HUMPERDINCK.   (Well, southwest Fla is south of the border, is it not?   ay yie, ay yie. )

 

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Click to enlarge this photo.  It’s a black and white sunset, and someone once asked me how I could photograph a colored flower in black and white.  The answer is that the color may be  pretty, but the soul of a photograph is in the light—the luminance.  And there may be other intangibles also besides color causing someone to appreciate a black and white photo.    Paul Goldfinger  ©.  Bunche Beach, Florida.

 

BEATLES.   “Something” was written by George Harrison, the Beatles’ lead guitarist for the 1961 album Abbey Road. This is from the One  (1)  album.

“Something in the way she moves
Attracts me like no other lover
Something in the way she woos me
I don’t want to leave her now
You know I believe and how..”

 

 

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Captiva Island, Florida. Paul Goldfinger photo . February, 2015.©

Captiva Island, Florida. Paul Goldfinger photo . February, 2015.© Click to enlarge.  ©

LEE WILEY   “Oh Look at Me Now” was written in 1941 and was first recorded by Frank Sinatra.

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Sanibel Island. Paul Goldfinger, 2019. ©

 

THE LITTLE WILLIES WITH NORA JONES:

 

 

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Sanibel Island Causeway. February 2017. Paul Goldfinger photograph © click to enlarge.

 

THE ALLMAN BROTHERS  BAND

“Melissa” from the Eat a Peach album

 

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