Annie Leibovitz has come out with a new book of photographs called Pilgrimage, in which she documents places and objects that have personal and spiritual significance for her. The book includes pictures of Virginia Woolf’s bedroom, Charles Darwin’s cottage, and … Continue reading
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If you’d seen these white shoes and ankle socks, would you have been able to resist taking a picture of them? I think not. The shoes made me long for a pair of white patent leather Gucci loafers I saw … Continue reading
I took this photograph at the end of the 1197 Conference on Saturday afternoon, during a post-workshop/inspirational speech mingling session on the roof of 74 Langston Street at Mission Bay. Slightly off-topic but germaine (as my father says): I haven’t … Continue reading
Everything was moving so quickly. She felt like she could barely keep up with it all.
She had clear boundaries, and she made no apologies for them.
They had said they were planning to make a choice in the next couple of days. They had said that they would call her. But they hadn’t called, and so she was left to wonder: Had she really tried hard … Continue reading