On the Dock

Are
You
Shallow
Or
Deep

Says
The
Water
Slow
To
Get
To
Know
Before
You
Dive
In
Elusive
As
Fish
But
Warm
To
The
Toes
From
The
Muddy
Banks
To
The
Golden
Glow.
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Danny P. Barbare is a Southerner living in Greenville, SC. His poetry has recently been included in Raven Images and Indigo Rising Magazine. He says he likes going on long walks, enjoying writing poetry in free verse style. His submissions to Dr. Hurley’s Snake-Oil Cure can be found here.
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Exposure № 116: Redemption | Suspended

Redemption

New Snake-Oiler Nika Ostby shares some beautiful photography with us in a new series. Above, his image “Redemption”. Below, you see “Suspended”.

Suspended

We’ll be featuring more of Nika’s photos next month.

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Nika Ostby is twenty, but is kind of an old man. (He wear slippers and drinks a lot of tea.) He is fascinated by the redemptive quality of water. Whether he is taking photos or not, you can find him by the sea. He is drawn to the ocean. This is his first contribution to Snake-Oil Cure.

 

Impression № 036: Torch Lake

Torch Lake: A bottomless lake in Antrim County, Michigan.More on Todd Michael Freeman‘s inspiration:

I’ve also started including more landscape-like images, where small scale scenes are the dominant subjects. They depict phenomena and geological processes that are otherwise too large or slow to see, and map the movement of continents, bodies of water and other unseen events below our feet. With this new work the options for my pictorial index really opened up, and I truly don’t ever see myself running out of stories to tell.

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Todd Michael Freeman’s other contributions to Dr. Hurley’s Snake-Oil Cure can be found here.

Impression № 024: Bath

Another by Richard Vergez.  Those nets are worrisome!

Exposure № 015: No Swimming!

Russian photographer Artem Zatsepilin brings us this warning to look before diving.