The photo challenge this week is
This shot is from a plane as we crossed the border back into the USA (formerly the home of the brave, now apparently the home of the terrified). For those who believe in the efficacy of walls, this might be a bit distressing.
For the rest of us, I hope you find it liberating.
Posted in Photography, Weekly Photo Challenge |
Tagged airplane, Clouds, fear, flying high, Friends, Mexico, neighbors, No Trump, terror, Travel Ban, Viva Mexico, wimp |
I spent about 9 hours at the NYC March on Saturday. Did some marching, lots of yelling and a massive amount of photographing.
Here are a small selection of my favorite images as of today…
I suggest playing the song (at bottom) as you browse…Click on the images to enlarge.
Posted in Activism, Photography, The Examined Life |
Tagged 400000+, Aretha Franklin, New York City, No Trump, people power, Pussy Power, Simone De Beauvoir, Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves, The Eurythmics, Woman's March |
“Gracefulness is a tricky quality — it manifests itself as an effortless, subtle harmony between a subject and its environment.”
Scenes from the rally in front of xxxxx International Hotel, 1 CPW, NYC.
An LBGTQ Dreamer
Why is MacArthur Park running through my head “like a striped pair of pants”? No idea…
Perhaps because, much like a certain orange haired favorite of the Russians, it is bombastic and makes no sense?
Well, yeah, but it is a truly enjoyable song so that can’t be it…