"Humans, strange but wonderful creatures, each with their own individual stories that come in all sorts of shapes, sizes and colors."
Turkey John & Tina Reid
Good to see you here !
Healed palm on Isa .
morning view, san francisco, chinatown, 857 clay street, flat 412
see that window? the one on the top floor w/ the half-open curtain? the first night i moved in, i saw two little heads poking through the curtain; they must have been curious who the new girl in town was. to show that i came in peace, i grabbed one of my teddy bears, placed him by my window and let him sit there for a few days. every couple of days since, i’ve been replacing each stuffed animal with another stuffed animal for them to giggle at. paco the bear, danger the moose, or yoda. actually, around 7 or 8 o’clock, you’ll even start to see two little heads peeking through the curtain when i come home and my light turns on. a lot of people have been asking me how san francisco has been. i’d rather just share this story.
* Old farmer.
Danwol, Korea / Mar. 2014
Camera : Hasselblad 903 SWC
Lens : Carl Zeiss Biogon 38mm F4.5 *T
Film : 120 Ilford Delta 400, 1 Stop Push, XTOL 1:1
Scanner : Imacon Flextight X5
Fishing. Siem Reap, Cambodia
Ice on the Slough - Salt River
For me, this is a photo that oozes both beauty and mystique. As though the strong light is that of a full moon, and I could see the soft silhouette of a werewolf lurking, if I could see deep enough into the photo. I love it. Inspiring work, from a very inspiring photographer, :)).
Today marks 20 years since the Rwandan genocide during which approximately 800,000 people lost their lives. Many MSF staff were among the dead. For the first time MSF is sharing its internal communications during the genocide and its aftermath with the public. These reports depict the struggles and humanitarian dilemmas that the organization faced internally. See MSF’s Speaking Out Case Studies: http://speakingout.msf.org/en/genocide-of-rwandan-tutsi
"The experience changed me completely; my innocence died there." Twenty years ago, Rachel Kiddell-Monroe was head of mission in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), for Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) during and after the 1994 Rwandan genocide. Here she talks about MSF’s response during the genocide and how the aid response and success in Rwanda should serve as a model for DRC’s North Kivu Province just over the border.
Male and female pups found abandoned on station road in bellport ny. Their current foster has 7 dogs already. I offered to foster but I can’t keep them. Current foster is having them spayed, neutered, and vaccinated. I’ve been told they are inseparable, play, cuddle, and are very sweet. They are about 6months to a year old.
I am moving to Michigan in July and will be driving from ny. I am also taking a road trip to Mississippi in June. I am very willing to make a stop along the way for any willing takers!! For either trip. This is something I have done before and successfully housed pups into great homes.
Please help by spreading this around, from ny to Mississippi to Michigan there are so many opportunities to find them the loving home they deserve. Please reblog!
Signal boost! Always help dogs.
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