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Sossi Madzounian: the Maine horizon

~~Occasionally, I post photographs from friends who are traveling in distant lands or who have evocative images close to home. In February 2014 I posted a collection of photographs from Sossi Madzounian, photographer and friend.  In those photographs, the accent … Continue reading

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Five Broken Cameras at the Academy Awards

Five Broken Cameras, a Palestinian-Israeli-French production, is a contender in this year’s Academy Awards, in the category of Best Documentary Feature.  Nothing would be more cause for celebration that a win for this extraordinary film, especially as one of its … Continue reading

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Oxford autumnal, I

~From time to time, I feature photography by friends far and near– pictures from Dubrovnik to Stepanakert, from Brookline to Za’atary. Here, then, is a series of photographs of Oxford in autumn.  The photographers are Rafal Stepien and Nanor Kebranian.  … Continue reading

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Barely photographs–Ara Oshagan’s transit

From time to time, I post photographs of distant places on my blog.  These are usually images of travel, of discovery taken by friends or friends of friends.  These “photographs” by documentary photographer Ara Oshagan were also taken in passage–to … Continue reading

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Gaza Winter 2012

~~~Every once in a while, a photograph arrests me in my tracks, burns my eyes with its details, makes me digress in a million and one directions, from image to words and then back to image and so on for … Continue reading

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