February 29, 2012
I have a lot of loves. Some of my loves come out and take risks from time to time, and some of them, well, they are still waiting for their debut. We all have loves. People, places, objects, yes — but what I’m really referring to here is work — the type of work that […]
August 24, 2011
Take Pictures. We can all open our eyes and minds to capture beauty. Whether in the natural world or in the least likely of places, beauty can be found. And if you make note of it, with (or without) a camera in hand, your life will be all the richer. “Can we not think of […]
April 22, 2011
Here is a glorious display of women from the early 20th century working hard, taking it easy, and fighting for what matters to them. I love the camaraderie that is revealed and the early color photography in the workplace. All images are from the Library of Congress with no known copyright restrictions.
December 5, 2010
Here are a few maps of New York City that are both educational and artistically stunning. The Geotaggers’ World Atlas: This image of NYC maps the number of pictures taken within its city center. You can see a concentration of geotagging (adding geographical metadata/tags to photographs) in the middle rectangle where Central Park is located, […]