Kicking off my Christmas season with panettone!
My contribution to Project Eve’s blog on learning to move past a professional crisis through entrepreneurship.
Colorful row houses just off U street in DC
Washington monument under scaffold
At smithsonian air & space
Happy to be back in DC where the fries are chili fries
Posted by Jordan Lloyd Bookey, Chief Mom at Zoobean
Today, September 15, marks the beginning of Hispanic Heritage month. When I asked our curators to identify their favorite children’s books that celebrate hispanic heritage, they had so many recommendations! In fact, we had so…
french photographer eric valli has spent over twenty years documetning the peoples of the himalayas, including the dolpo, seen here, who live between tibet and nepal in one of the highest inhabitable regions in the world.
"they work hard, but want for nothing," he says. "they are happy and alive."
eschewing digital cameras, valli continues to shoot with his leicas. “i might take an okay picture, but what i’m looking for is an enthnogrpahic testimony of the human adventure; a complete existence in one picture,” he says.
“you can never just observe. because my work is all about interaction. …i have lived years and years with these people. i have nothing to teach them and they have everything to teach me.”
Old stomping grounds