Homage to B. Gilden’s bent mouth family.
Daido Moriyama in ‘In Pictures’:
Japanese people often talk of home as a place where you are born, grow up and everyone is there. But I don’t have such a home. I’ve been moving a lot since I was a child. I am creating my own home by connecting pieces of images from my imagination and things I saw as a child. That’s how I feel about my work.
A homage to the Windows XP wallpaper image, this photograph was taken on the side of a road near Montepulciano on March 2013.
Here’s a full-resolution version (5212×3468 pixels 8.5mb JPEG) that you can use personally, perhaps as your computer desktop’s wallpaper or a print for your or a good friend’s wall.
Baci e abbracci,
“Earthrise” in original orientation taken by Bill Anders on 24 December 1968. A young person working in a United Nations organization recently told me it is not certain that human activities are changing the climate on Earth. This is worrying. I decided to go through the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s latest report and came across the WGII AR5 Volume-wide Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). Here are two of the answers (the numbers are references to chapters in the report which contain the sources for the answer):…continue