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Half of proceeds support VISIONS and 50% of cost is tax deductible


All Obama and Mandela Photos -- $250 each
All Other Celebrity Photos -- $250 each or 2-For $400 (can mix and match)
Nature and Wildlife Prints -- $175 each or 2-For $300 (can mix and match)
Mix and Match Celebrity with Nature/Wildlife -- $350 (a $75 savings)

Mailing: $9 each or 2-For $16.
If purchasing a “2-For” print, set the Quantity for 1 on Checkout; two photos will be shipped to you!


All Photos can come either mounted or framed. Start purchasing from this exquisite collection now.
More photos and prints to be unveiled in October.


# 1 #  Aretha Franklin

Picture
Milwaukee Summerfest, 1972.
The Queen of Soul.









             


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# 2  Hank Aaron

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on Hank Aaron Day, Milwaukee County Stadium, 1973. Milwaukee was where Aaron played more than half his career on his way to passing Babe Ruth as the all-time home run king. Aaron, who retired in 1976 was one of the last players left in major league baseball who started in the Negro Leagues.

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# 3  Marvin Gaye

Picture
Milwaukee Arena, 1975
Motown’s “Prince of Soul,” the label’s best selling solo artist of the 1960s.



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# 4   Jackson 5

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Milwaukee Arena, 1975.
The final year of their association with Motown and as the original group Jermaine (far right) stayed with Motown.

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# 5 Stevie Wonder

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Lincoln Memorial, President Obama Inauguration Weekend, 2009. Wonder played “Higher Ground” with Shakira and Usher. Wonder’s tracks were part of Obama’s background music before campaign events.

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# 6 Top: O-4 Hands

Picture
Grand Rapids MI, 2008.
On this day, a month before Election Day, the John McCain campaign pulled out of Michigan.




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# 7 Top: O-7 Contemplation

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Las Vegas, NV, 2007. Obama, after addressing the National Association of Black Journalists. Obama spoke before 3,000 people at the National Association of Black Journalists annual conference, and then was interviewed more intimately by the Trotter Group of African American newspaper columnists, of which the photographer is a co-founder. Twenty minutes late for his NABJ appearance, Obama apologized by saying, “You guys keep asking whether I am black enough. So I figured I’d stroll in about 10 minutes before deadline.”  In a later cell-phone interview with the photographer, Obama said, “The first time somebody asked the question in the newspapers about whether I’m black enough, my barber helpfully pointed out, ‘Compared to who?’ As he pointed out, it’s not like I’m running against Malcolm X.”

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# 8 South Carolina Victory

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Columbia, South Carolina, January 26, 2008.
With vast black support and surprising white support, Obama won South Carolina by a 2-to-1 margin over Hillary Clinton, giving him an edge in the primaries he would never relinquish. In a Columbia restaurant after Obama’s victory rally, a white waitress, Melissa Dunn, then 22 and preparing to head to Uganda for the Peace Corps, told the photographer, “There are a lot of times I am not proud to be a South Carolinian, but today I’m proud.”

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# 9 First Couple

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Election Night, Chicago, November 4, 2008
Obama won despite many insinuations about his patriotism that continued in to the campaign’s final month. Even the new First Lady had her patriotism questioned after saying during the campaign, “For the first time in my adult lifetime, I am really proud of my country.


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# 10 First Moments, First Family

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Election Night, Chicago, November 4, 2008
For the photographer and columnist, the sight of the new First Family was matched by a new sound to patriotism. “Many people ask me what it was like to be in Chicago’s Grant Park the night of Obama’s election. I will most remember the crowd of 125,000 people saying the Pledge of Allegiance. In my 53 years I have never heard such a multicultural throng recite the pledge with such determined enunciation, expelling it from the heart in a treble soaring to the skies and a bass drumming through the soil to vibrate my feet. The treble and bass met in my spine, where "liberty and justice for all" evoked neither clank of chains nor cackle of cruelty, but a warm tickle of Jeffersonian slave- owning irony: Justice cannot sleep forever.”

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# 11 Puffinuzzle

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Eastern Egg Rock, ME, 2009  
Reproduced by the Audubon Society. Puffins were killed off most islands in Maine by the 1880s by hunters for their meat and eggs. The Audubon Society’s Project Puffin began transplanting chicks from Newfoundland in 1973 to Eastern Egg Rock off Pemaquid Point. Today, puffins thrive again on three islands in Maine, with several hundred breeding pairs. It marked the first time a seabird had ever been restored in the wild anywhere on Earth to an island it had been eliminated. The techniques are now used worldwide to save other birds.




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# 12 Grey Crested Cranes

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Kinoni Parish, Uganda, 2009.
In recent years, the threats to the national bird of Uganda have risen from “least concern” to “vulnerable” on international conservation lists. Problems include loss of wetlands, agricultural practices and poachers.


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# 13 Seal

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Machias Seal Island, New Brunswick, 2009.

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# 14  Eagle Pair

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Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge, NH/ME, 2010.






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# 15  Oncoming Winter Storm

Picture
Yosemite NP, CA, 2007

This spot was made famous in Ansel Adams’ Clearing Winter Storm. Tens of thousands of photographers come here seeking their own special moment.


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# 16  Winged Dunes

Picture
Death Valley NP, CA, 2006. Featured on front page of Boston Globe Travel Section. The most dramatic morning shadow, light and color require striking out onto the Stovepipe Wells dunes an hour before dawn to reach their summit by sunrise.

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# 17 Orderville Canyon

Picture
Zion National Park, 2005.
Featured in Boston Globe Travel Section. Reaching this part of Zion Narrows requires wading two hours in wetsuits in 50-degree water. The shafts of light snaking 1,000 feet from above make you forget the chill.


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# 18 Berkshires 3

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North Adams, MA, 2009.  
A band of light sliced through the heavy autumn clouds and rolled over the hills until it lit up a row of leaves in peak foliage.


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# 19 Streamfall

Picture
Baxter State Park,ME, 2010.



 

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# 20 Loon Lift 1

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Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge, NH/ME, 2009.

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# 21 Loon Lunch

Picture
Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge, NH/ME, 2006.
This image of a loon with a crayfish has been reprinted by the Wilderness Society and the US Fish and Wildlife Service.


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# 22 Puffin Breakfast

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Matinicus Rock, ME, 2011. Matinicus Rock was the last island in Maine where puffins survived out of the 19th century. The Audubon Society saved the last two pairs and the colony has now grown back in the ensuing century to about 350 pairs of breeding puffins.

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# 23 Dune Cloud

Picture
Death Valley NP, CA 2006.
From the 14-story-equivalent summit of the Stovepipe Wells dunes, the mounds below take on ethereal forms.


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# 24 Nelson Mandela at Harvard

Picture
1998.
Mandela, who went from apartheid prison to president of the new South Africa, received an honorary degree. He is with the late Judge Leon Higginbotham. A Presidential Medal of Freedom honoree, Higginbotham asked during the bicentennial of the American Revolution, “Did the Declaration of Independence announce a self-evident truth or a self-evident lie

   

#24 Nelson Mandela at Harvard
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