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Thomas Hill Loved Landscapes

Some say I am to flower photos what Thomas Hill was to grand Californian landscapes.

While I cannot hold a candle to his success, my dedication to my art is as serious as Hill’s. 576 more words



6 AM came I couldn’t force myself to fight with the snooze button, I mean, it was my day off for goodness sake so, I relieved myself of the nine minute intervals of my alarm going off and shut it down completly!   90 more words

City Guides

Townspeople's Perspectives of a Drowning Boy

It’s been almost two months since my last post, one in which I promised myself that I’d find more time to write. To be completely honest, I didn’t fulfill that promise to myself. 163 more words


Nina Katchadourian: Unbroken

How do you keep yourself together when everything around you is broken? I’m not the only writer who hasn’t been able to focus on writing ever since the election. 1,180 more words


Unusual—Red Shoes at the Cantor

Upstairs, in the Modern Art gallery, it was a Black & White show. Interesting works, but not what I wanted to photograph. Then I noticed a photographer in a blue shirt framed by the art. 147 more words


Stanford University

Stanford University is globally recognized as one of the best. Stanford’s rank is no secret, however, there is a place on the university campus that may have gone unnoticed by many members of the public. 87 more words