LANCE GALLUP

Anticipation

It's just beyond the next mist shrouded pasture where horses stand steaming, and the morning sun struggles to melt the almost-not-there frost lurking in the shadow of the trees. It's...

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Thank You, Eliza

Some years ago, at the beginning of my “lost year” I reached hesitatingly out to someone, hoping for understanding, but got cold condemnation instead. (For you non-nerd youngsters, “Eliza” was...

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Photographs and Memories

A year ago we were “back east” prepping the old homestead for sale - cleaning out 60+ years of stuff, ours, family’s and friends… making arrangements to bring the last...

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Color my world

Dramatic sunsets and October foliage colors splashed across the hills and valleys more easily catch our eye, but I found this glorious little guy singing his heart out almost unnoticed...

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Live Closer To the Ground

Most little children will spontaneously stop to watch a bug crawling along the ground or to pat a flower or to splash in some water until a grown-up tugs on...

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The Heart’s Always Seventeen

I’m listening to old music and looking at old photos tonight. I wish I had more skill with Logic Pro X or LumaFusion… Instead I guess I’ll just try to...

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Bisbee, AZ, aka Mayberry LSD

Today was a day trip (emphasis on “trip”) to Bisbee, AZ. Bisbee is an old mining town, reborn as a sort of old hippy outpost, complete with the left-leaning politics,...

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Ghosts

I took this photo at the place in the park where J and I always used to go. The structure is the peak of the old grade school building where...

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From the archives: RIP Music

There are moments of unmistakeable finality, moments when you just know it’s over.  I’ve had a few. One that quickly comes to mind is when I sold my first house and...

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