Another point of view

“Once you’ve seen there is another perspective, you can never not see there’s another point of view.” ~ Ellen Langer

Size matters not

“Size matters not. Look at me. Judge me by my size, do you? Hmm? Hmm. And well you should not.” ~ Yoda

Photo by Richard Fogg

Travel the universe!

Dancing on moons? Superluminal flight!

Travel the universe with these 12 Kindle Vella tales! First three chapters of each story are free!

Enjoy your flight!

Click here to learn more about each tale on BookFunnel.

The time of aspen falls

Only the shadow knows!

“Only the shadow knows!” ~ Walter B. Gibson

Photo by Richard Fogg

Sunset

“It is almost impossible to watch a sunset and not dream.” ~ Bernard Williams

Photo by Richard Fogg

Tales from the 359th Fighter Group

A new front cover! Back cover remains unchanged.

In December 1943 the newly formed 359th Fighter Group flew its first mission in the European Theater of Operations. Twenty-two months later World War II ended, and in November 1945 the 359th was inactivated, with 346 combat missions and 13,455 sorties to its credit. This collection of bar stories, mission reports, POW internments, and post-war reflections provides a first-hand account of life on base, in the air, and going on leave in war-time England, as recounted by the 359th’s pilots, officers, and enlisted men.

Eye level with her smallest leaf

“Nature will bear the closest inspection. She invites us to lay our eye level with her smallest leaf, and take an insect view of its plain.” ~ Henry David Thoreau

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Rock and cloud and sky and space

“Standing there, gaping at this monstrous and inhumane spectacle of rock and cloud and sky and space, I feel a ridiculous greed and possessiveness come over me. I want to know it all, possess it all, embrace the entire scene intimately, deeply, totally.” ~ Edward Abbey, Desert Solitaire

Photo by Richard Fogg

No art of man

“A work of art; and yet no art of man,
Can work, this work, these little creatures can.”
~ Geffrey Whitney

Photo by Richard Fogg