|Blurbarian Since||July 2009|
|My Web Site||WWW.EARTHLIGHTANDCOLOR.COM|
|Location||Ohio, U.S A.|
|My Occupation||Nature Photographer|
I am an emerging professional nature photographer. Having romped in the woods after stampeding bull deer, spent a couple of years boating on Lake Erie, lived beside a thousand acres of Ohio wetlands during the 1980's, flown in the region as an avionics tech and most importantly photographed constantly outdoors for the last five years, this appears to be a truthful categorization.
I have been an ethical vegan for over ten years. I am sharing the vast inspiration I have gotten in recent years and hope that I can impart vegan education in all that I do. I have learned infinitely much from Professor Gary L. Francione and, now, so many others. Go Vegan.
|Spoiler alert: I'm thinking my next book will be about...|
|I will be trying to edit the first edition beyond the first fifiteen pages to incorporate more nature pictures I have taken with the Canon Mark II 5D. I may be getting some collaboration. I would like to embellish with more emphasis on guiding the new vegan into abolitionist veganism and try to teach her or him to spurn welfarism. Unfortunately, this fork in the road raises its nasty signpost both to prevent many people from going vegan and also when the individual does become a vegan.|
|Everyone needs to know about these authors and artists...|
Photography: Ansel Adams (NUMERO UNO)...|
Ethical Veganism: Professor Gary L. Francione. Just as there are two Summa Cum Laude persons in today's large graduating classes, Dr. Francione is NUMERO UNO as well.
|This book is addictive. Read it. (At your own risk.)|
Rain Without Thunder.. I just picked the book Gary Fancione wrote in the middle of all of them |
chronologically. Actually any of them will fit this category. Go Vegan.