"I taught the children how to use Polaroid cameras to photograph inside their tiny, crowded rooms. I also asked the children to photograph their dreams. Uryi said he hadn’t dreamed since leaving Belarus; he wanted to make photographs of 'a police dream' he’d had back home." Wendy Ewald, from Photography Changes Personal History
(with thanks to royal quiet deluxe)
They're here, courtesy of M. B. Goffstein.
(Spending time in Heaven is a good thing.)
Boy, was I happy to read this.
March 31st: Where to Be at 6:30 p.m. (eastern time)
will speaking at
(I'd be there if only I could.)
Japanese Paper Blossom,
Princess Ira Von Furstenberg
by Sir Cecil Beaton
Knot and Spine
by Ivan Terestchenko
a little madness in the Spring
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