B – Robert Rounkle

Robert Rounkle – My beloved Yosemite National Park

Por |agosto 27th, 2020|

4 September 2013

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Juan Manuel Grijalvo

This Must Be a Photoshop.

Is it?

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Robert Rounkle

Nope. It is my beloved Yosemite National Park, where I worked as kid. […]

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Colin Davey – Horsetail Falls, Yosemite

Por |agosto 26th, 2020|

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‘Stand by the grey stone when the thrush knocks,

and the setting sun with the last light of Durin’s Day

will shine upon the keyhole.’

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For a few days in February, the Sun’s angle is such

that it lights up Horesetail Falls, Yosemite, like fire.

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Why does it not surprise me that nature

is better at ‘interpreting’ Tolkien’s work

(The Hobbit particularly

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B – Robert Rounkle – John Muir – Yosemite

Por |agosto 8th, 2016|

JOHN MUIR (1838-1914)

Another great Scottish American.
Born in 1838 in Dunbar, Scotland.
Immigrated to the United States
with his family at age 11.
They settled in Portage, Wisconsin…
not far from the Boyd family farm.
He is considered the ‘father’
of America’s National Parks. […]

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Robert Rounkle – Army veteran, musician, illustrator

Por |abril 20th, 2015|

A word about GUNS in America: […]

B – Robert Rounkle – Bob Rounkle

Por |abril 7th, 2015|

Almost ready to toot a couple of numbers

with Norberto Rodríguez and Andre Stijnen…

photo by ‘Jack the Ripper’

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About

Robert Milton Rounkle

12/05/1943 – 25/08/2020

U.S. Army veteran

Musician

Illustrator:

El Maestro

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Chowchilla Union High School

1961 graduate

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