Nature photography, political rants, and Martyman laughs from the ten-time award-winning author Marty Essen

From North America’s beacon of freedom on Independence Day

Marty’s photo of the day #2588: With today being Independence Day, Americans turn to thoughts of freedom: freedom of the press, freedom to not be shot, freedom from being embarrassed by the head of your country, freedom from misspelled presidential tweets, freedom to believe in science, freedom from Putin, freedom from the cone of silence, freedom from government-endorsed bigotry, freedom from childish spats with other countries, freedom from a hate-filled global-warming-denying television network that doubles as presidential adviser, freedom from a political party that loves guns more than children, freedom from a political party that wants nothing more than to take away women’s reproductive rights, and even freedom to smoke a little weed if that’s your thing. With that in mind, I hope you enjoy this photo I took in North America’s beacon of freedom—Canada.

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