Archive for August, 2003:

Bad Habit by Robert Mekis

Bad Habit by Robert Mekis

I have always felt some kind of sympathy to Don Quixote de la Mancha. His battle against the wind mills was so similar to my attempts to force my father towards stop smoking since I have begun thinking...
Published on: Aug 29 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Touching History by Lazette Gifford

Touching History by Lazette Gifford

If I look long enough at the picture, I can still remember the heat of June in New Mexico and catch the ghost scent of greasewood and sage brush in the air. The feel of ancient carved stone walls beneath...
Published on: Aug 26 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Me and Nikki by Kacey

Me and Nikki by Kacey

This would have to be one of the most favourite photos of me when I was younger. In the photo is me when I was around three, and my labrador-cross-dingo puppy whose name was Nikki. She was a beautiful...
Published on: Aug 24 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Anxious Bride by Marie Ribbelov

Anxious Bride by Marie Ribbelov

The car breaking down on the way to church meant that the bride was later than what is normal… and this was how Tania’s wedding day started. But the groom was patiently waiting in church and...
Published on: Aug 22 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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The Windy City by Adrienne Canzolino

The Windy City by Adrienne Canzolino

Chicago has a population of roughly three million. three million people, but none of the hussle and bustle of new york… ok, maybe just a little. Chicago is the little city that could – and...
Published on: Aug 21 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Think by Sara Bell

Think by Sara Bell

I feel that this photo is a perfect example of what represents most of the people in the western world. We consume too much with out a single thought of what others in this world go through on a daily...
Published on: Aug 20 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Twenty and Thin and Beautiful by Kythryne Aisling

Twenty and Thin and Beautiful by Kythryne Aisling

This picture scares the hell out of me. The day this picture was taken, I was twenty years old. I had a good job in Corporate America, a nice apartment in a nice quiet town, a new car, and a partner who...
Published on: Aug 19 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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My field of Bali by Indigo Ocean

My field of Bali by Indigo Ocean

Standing on my veranda, I ask Bapak Sadri if I can take his picture. He does not speak, but grunts, looks into the lens, and waits. The women do not bother with me. They continue with their work, thrashing...
Published on: Aug 18 2003
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Andrew by Sharon Renshaw

Andrew by Sharon Renshaw

Something special ’bout Andrew. Talks too loud, disjointed and underdeveloped speech patterns, likes to hum and spin in his front yard. Thick lenses accent his ability to stare without blinking....
Published on: Aug 18 2003
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Home by Lauren Reyes

Home by Lauren Reyes

I can’t quite tell you when my fascination with lighthouses began. I can only tell you that they have always spoken to me. I could imagine the sea captains stuck in storms, seeing the reassuring...
Published on: Aug 17 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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