Life in motion.

21st October 2014

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18th October 2014

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18th October 2014

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Tasmanian tiger, extinct

Although the video doesn’t work now for some reason.
There have been numerous claims that the thylacine/tasmanian tiger is still alive and well. It’s one of my favorite animals and I hope that it’s still out there.

18th October 2014

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16th October 2014

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Local weekly magazine published some photos of mine and ahomeforyourbones as well this week, along with some words on why we like shooting on film. (I won’t bore you with that unless you really want to read it.)

That’s also me in one of Chelsea’s photos. 

16th October 2014

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16th October 2014

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16th October 2014

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16th October 2014

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16th October 2014

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The World Through My Eyes by Daido Moriyama

Moriyama’s photography is indeed provocative, both for the form it takes (dirty, blurry, overexposed, or scratched) and for its content. The viewer’s experience of the photo—whether it captures a place, a person, a situation, or an atmosphere—is the central thrust in his work, which vividly and directly conveys the artist’s emotions. The approximately 200 black-and-white images sketch out an original perspective on Japanese society, especially during the period from the 1950s to the ‘70s, although the artist himself chose to conclude this selection with a number of photos shot in the past decade. An outstanding summary of the best projects Moriyama has pursued, in a richly printed volume.

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