Last week we said bye to the original Long Beach house, and the almost century of family history that went with it. I’m thankful for the past six years I was included into that family history.
In a few months there will be new house and new memories to come for our growing family.
We have finally moved on to slow pickling. Smell ya later, quick pickles.
(ok, maybe not really, refrigerator pickling is so much faster).
Summer will return.
Eerie, Wild Scenes Straight Out of Grimm’s Fairy Tales:
Like a professional location scout for Grimm fairy tale movies, photographer Kilian Schönberger seeks out and explores the less-traveled regions of Europe, searching for places that test the boundaries of fantasy and reality. Read more at Wired.com
Finally got around to seeing Mike Kelly at MoMAPS1.
Famous Color Portraits Prove Photography Has The Power To Bring History Back To Life at ICP.
A new exhibit at the International Center of Photography pays tribute to Capa’s uncanny ability to stop history in its tracks — which he often did, in black and white. This time, though, the collection of photographs are in color, bringing a shocking amount of dynamism and life to his already spectacular snapshots. More HuffingtonPost.