From An Outopia for Pigeons by Justin Maxwell, Opening February 6th at the Shadowbox Theatre
Photo by Glenn Meche
History and recent renovation information of LeBuef Plantation here. (Click photos to embiggen.)
Strange-beautiful-cool things I’ve found on the internet.
Photos of girls and women, known as Ama, harvesting seaweed, oysters and abalone in 1950′s coastal Japan. They dove for up to 4 minutes on a single deep breath three times a day, warming themselves at beach fires in between dives. This 2000 year old tradition ceased in the 1960′s. Photos were taken by Iwase Yoshiyki. Read more here
Portland photographer LANAKILA MACNAUGHTON is the creator of The Women’s Motorcycle Exhibition. “The Women’s Motorcycle Exhibition documents the new wave of modern female motorcyclists. The goal is to reveal the brave, courageous and beautiful women that live to ride.” I chose a few of the photos that I particularly liked – the ones that looked like real women really riding instead of just posing – but you can see more here.
We all know many magazine covers and ads photoshop the models. I mean, c’mon, no one is that perfect. I came across this video time lapse of a model’s photo being photoshopped. She starts out looking like a normal woman and ends up
an adolescent boy’s someone’s idea of a fantasy Barbie. She looks like If she moved, she’d crack.
Glimpses of life in and around New Orleans.
French Quarter Frou-Frou
Photo by Dawn Carl. You can follow Dawn and her photos on Google+.