On this Throwback Thursday we're looking forward to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday on Monday, looking back on and celeberating his legacy, and looking forward, in this disturbing era, with the hope that we can live up to his example and dream.
"Martin Luther, who did you think that you were?Appointed by some higher upMerely mortal, your plans were unaffordableNo one wants to pay for love
"Oh, you beautiful foolSwimming upstream, kicking up wavesDreams weren't meant to come trueThat's why they call 'em dreamsOh, you beautiful fool
"Walter Cronkite preempted Disney one nightAnd all us kids were so upsetWe thought that you were a trouble instigatorMarching through our TV set
"To fight a fight without a fistAll human instinct puzzles thisHow dare you threaten our existence?
"Mahatma Gandhi, Jesus ChristHistory repeats itself so niceConsistently we are resistant to love
"Saw you on the black and whiteWith blacks and whites applauding youSaw you on another timeWithout a sign of life in you
"Oh, you beautiful foolSwimming upstream, kicking up wavesDreams weren't meant to come trueThat's why they call 'em dreamsOh, you beautiful foolOh, you beautiful fool---written by Don HenryLyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
1/40 sec at f/3.2 ISO 3200Canon EOS 7D with Canon EF 50mm f/1.4 USM lens at 50mm
I hope you enjoy today's J.W. Remington Photographics' Photo of the Day for January 11, 2018!
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