Enough said. [Image Credit: The Girl Effect]
Tag Archives: National Photo Month
Josef Miles gave his mother, Patty Akrouche, an early Mother’s Day present this past weekend. I think he gave us all something quite precious. For more about Josef you can read this report from NPR. [Image credit: Patty Akrouche]
What can I say? I really like peonies.
One of my favorite books of the past year, or any year, is The Art of Fielding by Chad Harbach. Now despite thinly veiling my dear Muskingum Muskies as the bad guys, I love this story of baseball short stop … Continue reading
On this Mother’s Day, a recontextualization of the world’s most famous photograph of a mother, Dorothea Lange’s “Migrant Mother.” The famous Depression-era photograph of Florence Owens Thompson was one in a series of six photos taken at a camp in … Continue reading
Lewis Hine is one of my favorite photographers. Before I knew who he was and the impact he made, his stark, hauntingly striking photographs held such power for me. I instantly wondered about the stories before and after the ‘life’ … Continue reading
Yes, yes, yes. We all know that the weather this spring was above normal in all regards– rainfall, heat, you name it practically. I realized just how out of wack it all was when I went to my mailbox today … Continue reading
As the nation deals with President Obama’s personal affirmation that same-sex couples should be allowed to marry, I can’t help but think what we’ll all think of this issue in 50 years.
Yesterday, North Carolina voters decided to make a constitutional amendment specifying that marriage is to be between a man and a woman only. I can’t help but feel discouraged at the efforts many have gone to, not just in North … Continue reading
An Ivy Chain ceremony from the past– May 8, 2010. [Image Credit: Amy L. Darnell]