Reports in mainstream media confirm the same thing: Men and women are equally dissatisfied with current work-life balance, reports Scott Behson
“Present-day American culture gives a lot of voice to anger and outrage, all the while being afraid of it.”
Maybe we should all be making money. The purpose of life is to make money. No, the purpose of life is to survive. Here, in the United States, survival can be and should be ensured for all. We are, after all, the wealthiest country in the history of civilization. The question then becomes: If survival [...]
My method on the street is to hide, steal a shot and run away. Oddly, it occurred to me to ask this woman whether she would mind if I took her picture. She was happy for me to do so. I took three shots, maybe four. This one was the most striking. I don’t know where people come from, how they miraculously appear before me. It has been said that we are all on our way to sainthood, and this is a picture of another saint-to-be.
I took this photograph on Tuesday June 14 2012 at Union Station Washington D.C. USA at 12:30 in theafternoon. I printed it today Wednesday June 13 2012 at 10:11 a.m..
One for the East Building of the National Gallery of Art June 12 2012 Washington D.C. USA.
This gentlemen was singing and making music today down at Dupont Circle this afternoon. It would be easy to write him off as insane, and maybe he was insane, maybe he is insane.
He sang the word Jesus from time to time and sang over and over again about how gorgeous the day was.
He doesn’t fit my white middle class prism on the world. Maybe he is a gypsy 2012.
This picture makes me think of the work of Diane Arbus, and that frightens me.
Lonely at Arby’s Sacred water in my plastic cup Outback the moo cows moo Their heads they sever No I would never Behead a moo cow for you Give me health food and crates of oranges Still the roast beef I swallow down In a gay plastic room Which they sweep and broom In a [...]