Saturday Evening Post #183: …Worth a Thousand Words

A motif we all have a nodding agreement with.

Perhaps first used by an adversting man in the United States as early as 1911. Arthur Brisbane is reported to have said, “Use a picture it’s worth a thouand words.” However even that might not be the orgin, earlier Leonardo Da Vinci has expressed the thought that an artist could depict in an instant—what a writer would wrestle with overnight.

I don’t have a lot of wall space to hang photos, so any image I make that deserves to be printed and considered for a space on the wall comes from a file that is titled “The Signature Series.”

My first Signature print goes back nearly half a century. So this one is in good company


8 thoughts on “Saturday Evening Post #183: …Worth a Thousand Words

  1. An excellent and beautiful image, David! Definitely one for the wall.
    It would take more than 1,000 words to describe the beauty of flight here!

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