Hard subjects and “G” stories voting reminder

Before we get to the hard subjects, if you’ve read them, the writers hope you voted for your favorite of the “Alphabet Challenge G-Stories” HERE. That’s also where you can find links to the stories in case you want to read them before voting (you should totally do that).

If you’ve already voted, thank you . . . and please consider making your friends aware they can help shape the self-image of three writers. But only tell good friends; these are much too good to share with regular or not-so-good friends . . . unless you want to turn them into good friends.

Anyway, hard subjects . . .

Ha! . . . thought I was going to preach about religion or bloviate about politics, didn’cha?

To tell the truth (which I always try to do), I got lots of stuff I’d like to yell out at anyone who would listen . . . but I’m tired, so it will keep until I can muster enough energy to speak to a wall as if I was pissing against the wind.

Same rocks with a touch of Topaz Labs Impression 2.0.

How would you like some Nik Collection Silver Efex 2?

That theme — original, Topaz Impression (or Glow), and Silver Efex treatments are repeated for a few more photos . . .

Readers with a bit of imagination might see lots of faces, figures, and strange beings . . . others will just see rocks, but what interesting rocks they are.

As always, you can click on any of the photos for a larger version to open in a new tab or window. Should you want to see the full-size photos, that’s possible if you go to the SmugMug gallery HERE.

Meanwhile, a gallery of the above photos follows.

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