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The blue wings say one thing about the innocence of a child…the assault rifle says something altogether different. Welcome to his world…

Winkler magazine has released it’s second issue featuring more photography by Mario Epanya. The complete issue can viewed here.

Courtesy of National Geographic…

I bet this was an interesting exchange….great shot 🙂


This photo by Leonard Freed taken in 1963, speaks for itself…

I’ll let you Moguls write your own caption for this one….

Isn’t this lovely?

This speaks volumes….    

Again, I apologize for not knowing the photographer for this photo. There is such a wealth of images shared on the web…but not as much focus on giving credit where it’s due. As always, if anybody knows the photographer…please speak up. The title used in this post “Backyard 3rd World” is also not the original […]

The Obama Presidency has yielded some of the most riveting photographs of any in my recent memory. The country’s fascination with the first couple, for a multitude of reasons, has forced a level of transparency and openness that isn’t always seen. Amidst all of the controversy and pressure of position…it’s nice to see shots like […]

“Blue Temple” isn’t the official name of this photo. It’s just what I call it. As with many of the beautiful photos you can find on the web, it was uncredited where I found it. But it is truly beautiful and serene.

A little Mogul Nostalgia never hurt anybody…here’s a favorite from my younger days…

In a world where we have a tendency to forget where true beauty lies…and neglect the nurturing of our souls…there are places like this:

Just a wonderful photo…there isn’t a sign of negative energy anywhere in the picture.


You may have noticed UML‘s latest recurring feature, “Snapshot”. Snapshot will feature artwork and photographs from all walks of life, while still looking to shed light on different aspects of the Mogul Perspective. Enjoy… Apparently…his curiosity was stronger than his hate. As his elders attempt to rob him of his humanity, the little boy yields […]

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