Monthly Archives: "October 2012"

I made a lot images of the kids romping through the blizzard of paper, but when Carly formed a confetti angel, I knew the picture was right in front of me....

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The camera on my iPhone 4s isn’t as good as my DLSR, and doesn’t give me the same level of control, but sometimes that’s the fun and the challenge of it....

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At almost every premiere, we get a couple people asking us what we are doing -- Even celebrities get curious about us....

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Tracking migrating birds at Spurn Point

October 24, 2012 | 2 Comments

Spurn is one of the country’s key areas for the observation of birds, as it is the first land for many migratory species on their way over the North Sea....

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One lesson I learned early on that has held true for the 25 years of writing songs that I have undertaken is this: You can never force it to happen....

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While covering Mitt Romney at a pancake breakfast, I made a fun picture of two young boys who were watching Gov. Romney speak to a small crowd....

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We were packed in like sardines. I could barely move. At one point, the barber’s arm was bumped as he used a straight razor to shave Huckabee’s face....

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Jiangang Wang is the man behind our Flickr collection's 500,000th image -- We're thrilled to honor his work, along with our Flickr contributors everywhere!...

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Looking at an award named for a sexy shoe, created by an organization called SheSays, and thinking the entries are a sea of pink-washed brands? Wrong....

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Covering the Romney campaign, I had asked his campaign staff for time with the candidate “behind the scenes,” away from the podium and arranged events. ......

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Photographer and founder of Compassionate Eye Foundation, Robert Kent shares the story of its beginnings and celebrates a significant milestone....

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