A number of responses have expressed an underwhelmed response in the form of: “Photoshopped—move on.” I’m 60-years old, grew up with the Brownie, 8mm home movie cameras, non-digital SLRs, Kodachrome and the like. For me, part of the extraordinary quality of these shots is precisely what others find annoyingly banal: that one can manipulate images with such expertness so as to create photos that make one gasp. Generally, we are told in such instances to “Grow up.” MayIsuggest to many of you to “Grow down.” That is, to find the awe of the child in your jaded souls and nurture it. The world we live in today, in many regards, is marvelous, spectacular and extraordinary. And that applies, in this context, to both sides of the camera lens.