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Looking out the airplane window, down onto the moving toyland from my little sister’s Lego set, I can always tell how I feel about a place. 303 more words

Life

Choosing Your "Happy Place"

My Transfer Story:

Today marks the second day of my second year, and I never imagined I would be where I am today.

Like most students, the thought of going to college was something that was exciting and scary to me. 392 more words

Lifestyle

Portraits

I took so many portraits before settling on the ones I did. I found that the people I felt the most comfortable with created the best pictures. 89 more words

People

Objects and a Place

For my objects, I chose my CT chain, a necklace, and a framed photo. Each item holds some cultural and sentimental value for me. I took all of my photos of the objects in the same place to see how many ways a space can be manipulated as a background. 184 more words

People

In the Early Autumn

Rebecca Welshman

Source: http://foam.merseyforest.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/image1.jpeg

Jefferies wrote this article for the Pall Mall Gazette in 1879, which formed part of a seasonal series. The entire article can be found in the collection ‘Chronicles of the Hedges’. 1,023 more words

Light

Where are NASA’s rockets born? “To go to space, it must come through New Orleans”

(Source: arstechnica.com)

MICHOUD, La.—Bobby Watkins hears it all the time. He’s on a plane with some work materials, and a neighbor will notice the unmistakable “meatball.” (That’s a loving nickname for NASA’s iconic blue spherical logo shared by many around his office.) Watkins isn’t in transit to Houston, Florida, or Southern California, however, so onlookers inevitably ask, “You work for NASA? 788 more words

Technology

Photography Assignment: Objects and a Place

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