On a black canvas there are two dots.
These two dots have an undeniable imaginary line that connects them together.
They are pleasantly happy being just a dot. 180 more words
This week the Phnom Penh Post published in a most welcome article entitled “Stock photo agencies cash in on Khmer Rouge tragedy” (23 April 2018). In it, journalist Quinn Libson lambasts – rightly so – stock photo agencies such as Alamy and Sprague that make money selling the rights to use photos of S.21 prisoners ($199.99). 834 more words
I know that Brendan Fraser might seem like the most interesting part about FX’s Trust, but I assure you that he’s only a mere part of a complicated web of tragedy, unimaginable wealth, and scandal. 593 more words
Leaving the beautiful, wild and remote Joshua Tree behind, we headed to the beautiful, eventful and populated Los Angeles. Our budget didn’t allow us to stay too close to the city so we spent our nights nestled in the San Gabriel Mountains, about a forty miles northeast of the city. 495 more words