natgeoyourshot:

On Photographing Your Child
We have many photographers with niche specialties around Your Shot: underwater, wildlife, astrophotography, to name a few. One of my favorite groups are the parents. We have many parents on Your Shot that bring us sweet, heart-wrenching, funny, raw moments from their children’s lives. With The World Next Door assignment running this month, I thought it would be a good time to feature some of our incredible parent photographers. I’ll let them share some of their thoughts on these intimate, beautiful images they make. 
“I’ve always loved photography but I started feeling the need to capture the world around me when I had my kids. I felt compelled to document…not just them, but this time we had together, so I could feel at peace. Everything was just going by so fast, I wanted to know I could relive it all again.” Rita Thompson
 “I think too often children are portrayed as smiling, cute, adorable little creatures. They are much, much more than that. I enjoy portraying him for what he really is, a complex, thoughtful, strong, amazing little boy.” Tytia Habing 
“My goal is not so much to display my children, however beautiful I think they are, but to stir childhood memories of smells, noises, tastes, forgotten sensations in those who look at my pictures and to remind of these times when we were not hiding ourselves by wearing masks.” Karine Puret
 “[My children] give me the opportunity to connect with their inner feelings and we have a stronger relationship because of it. I understand their world better and the sincerity of their expressions are priceless, my daughter likes to play to the camera more, she is definitely the entertainer of the house and my son is a dreamer, he gets lost in his thoughts and I love capturing that.” Sorin Costache
“I’ve never encountered anything that brings such satisfaction and sense of inner peace as when everything comes together with an image.  I wish everyone had a love like this.” Mike Melnotte
natgeoyourshot:

On Photographing Your Child
We have many photographers with niche specialties around Your Shot: underwater, wildlife, astrophotography, to name a few. One of my favorite groups are the parents. We have many parents on Your Shot that bring us sweet, heart-wrenching, funny, raw moments from their children’s lives. With The World Next Door assignment running this month, I thought it would be a good time to feature some of our incredible parent photographers. I’ll let them share some of their thoughts on these intimate, beautiful images they make. 
“I’ve always loved photography but I started feeling the need to capture the world around me when I had my kids. I felt compelled to document…not just them, but this time we had together, so I could feel at peace. Everything was just going by so fast, I wanted to know I could relive it all again.” Rita Thompson
 “I think too often children are portrayed as smiling, cute, adorable little creatures. They are much, much more than that. I enjoy portraying him for what he really is, a complex, thoughtful, strong, amazing little boy.” Tytia Habing 
“My goal is not so much to display my children, however beautiful I think they are, but to stir childhood memories of smells, noises, tastes, forgotten sensations in those who look at my pictures and to remind of these times when we were not hiding ourselves by wearing masks.” Karine Puret
 “[My children] give me the opportunity to connect with their inner feelings and we have a stronger relationship because of it. I understand their world better and the sincerity of their expressions are priceless, my daughter likes to play to the camera more, she is definitely the entertainer of the house and my son is a dreamer, he gets lost in his thoughts and I love capturing that.” Sorin Costache
“I’ve never encountered anything that brings such satisfaction and sense of inner peace as when everything comes together with an image.  I wish everyone had a love like this.” Mike Melnotte
natgeoyourshot:

On Photographing Your Child
We have many photographers with niche specialties around Your Shot: underwater, wildlife, astrophotography, to name a few. One of my favorite groups are the parents. We have many parents on Your Shot that bring us sweet, heart-wrenching, funny, raw moments from their children’s lives. With The World Next Door assignment running this month, I thought it would be a good time to feature some of our incredible parent photographers. I’ll let them share some of their thoughts on these intimate, beautiful images they make. 
“I’ve always loved photography but I started feeling the need to capture the world around me when I had my kids. I felt compelled to document…not just them, but this time we had together, so I could feel at peace. Everything was just going by so fast, I wanted to know I could relive it all again.” Rita Thompson
 “I think too often children are portrayed as smiling, cute, adorable little creatures. They are much, much more than that. I enjoy portraying him for what he really is, a complex, thoughtful, strong, amazing little boy.” Tytia Habing 
“My goal is not so much to display my children, however beautiful I think they are, but to stir childhood memories of smells, noises, tastes, forgotten sensations in those who look at my pictures and to remind of these times when we were not hiding ourselves by wearing masks.” Karine Puret
 “[My children] give me the opportunity to connect with their inner feelings and we have a stronger relationship because of it. I understand their world better and the sincerity of their expressions are priceless, my daughter likes to play to the camera more, she is definitely the entertainer of the house and my son is a dreamer, he gets lost in his thoughts and I love capturing that.” Sorin Costache
“I’ve never encountered anything that brings such satisfaction and sense of inner peace as when everything comes together with an image.  I wish everyone had a love like this.” Mike Melnotte
natgeoyourshot:

On Photographing Your Child
We have many photographers with niche specialties around Your Shot: underwater, wildlife, astrophotography, to name a few. One of my favorite groups are the parents. We have many parents on Your Shot that bring us sweet, heart-wrenching, funny, raw moments from their children’s lives. With The World Next Door assignment running this month, I thought it would be a good time to feature some of our incredible parent photographers. I’ll let them share some of their thoughts on these intimate, beautiful images they make. 
“I’ve always loved photography but I started feeling the need to capture the world around me when I had my kids. I felt compelled to document…not just them, but this time we had together, so I could feel at peace. Everything was just going by so fast, I wanted to know I could relive it all again.” Rita Thompson
 “I think too often children are portrayed as smiling, cute, adorable little creatures. They are much, much more than that. I enjoy portraying him for what he really is, a complex, thoughtful, strong, amazing little boy.” Tytia Habing 
“My goal is not so much to display my children, however beautiful I think they are, but to stir childhood memories of smells, noises, tastes, forgotten sensations in those who look at my pictures and to remind of these times when we were not hiding ourselves by wearing masks.” Karine Puret
 “[My children] give me the opportunity to connect with their inner feelings and we have a stronger relationship because of it. I understand their world better and the sincerity of their expressions are priceless, my daughter likes to play to the camera more, she is definitely the entertainer of the house and my son is a dreamer, he gets lost in his thoughts and I love capturing that.” Sorin Costache
“I’ve never encountered anything that brings such satisfaction and sense of inner peace as when everything comes together with an image.  I wish everyone had a love like this.” Mike Melnotte
natgeoyourshot:

On Photographing Your Child
We have many photographers with niche specialties around Your Shot: underwater, wildlife, astrophotography, to name a few. One of my favorite groups are the parents. We have many parents on Your Shot that bring us sweet, heart-wrenching, funny, raw moments from their children’s lives. With The World Next Door assignment running this month, I thought it would be a good time to feature some of our incredible parent photographers. I’ll let them share some of their thoughts on these intimate, beautiful images they make. 
“I’ve always loved photography but I started feeling the need to capture the world around me when I had my kids. I felt compelled to document…not just them, but this time we had together, so I could feel at peace. Everything was just going by so fast, I wanted to know I could relive it all again.” Rita Thompson
 “I think too often children are portrayed as smiling, cute, adorable little creatures. They are much, much more than that. I enjoy portraying him for what he really is, a complex, thoughtful, strong, amazing little boy.” Tytia Habing 
“My goal is not so much to display my children, however beautiful I think they are, but to stir childhood memories of smells, noises, tastes, forgotten sensations in those who look at my pictures and to remind of these times when we were not hiding ourselves by wearing masks.” Karine Puret
 “[My children] give me the opportunity to connect with their inner feelings and we have a stronger relationship because of it. I understand their world better and the sincerity of their expressions are priceless, my daughter likes to play to the camera more, she is definitely the entertainer of the house and my son is a dreamer, he gets lost in his thoughts and I love capturing that.” Sorin Costache
“I’ve never encountered anything that brings such satisfaction and sense of inner peace as when everything comes together with an image.  I wish everyone had a love like this.” Mike Melnotte
natgeoyourshot:

On Photographing Your Child
We have many photographers with niche specialties around Your Shot: underwater, wildlife, astrophotography, to name a few. One of my favorite groups are the parents. We have many parents on Your Shot that bring us sweet, heart-wrenching, funny, raw moments from their children’s lives. With The World Next Door assignment running this month, I thought it would be a good time to feature some of our incredible parent photographers. I’ll let them share some of their thoughts on these intimate, beautiful images they make. 
“I’ve always loved photography but I started feeling the need to capture the world around me when I had my kids. I felt compelled to document…not just them, but this time we had together, so I could feel at peace. Everything was just going by so fast, I wanted to know I could relive it all again.” Rita Thompson
 “I think too often children are portrayed as smiling, cute, adorable little creatures. They are much, much more than that. I enjoy portraying him for what he really is, a complex, thoughtful, strong, amazing little boy.” Tytia Habing 
“My goal is not so much to display my children, however beautiful I think they are, but to stir childhood memories of smells, noises, tastes, forgotten sensations in those who look at my pictures and to remind of these times when we were not hiding ourselves by wearing masks.” Karine Puret
 “[My children] give me the opportunity to connect with their inner feelings and we have a stronger relationship because of it. I understand their world better and the sincerity of their expressions are priceless, my daughter likes to play to the camera more, she is definitely the entertainer of the house and my son is a dreamer, he gets lost in his thoughts and I love capturing that.” Sorin Costache
“I’ve never encountered anything that brings such satisfaction and sense of inner peace as when everything comes together with an image.  I wish everyone had a love like this.” Mike Melnotte
natgeoyourshot:

On Photographing Your Child
We have many photographers with niche specialties around Your Shot: underwater, wildlife, astrophotography, to name a few. One of my favorite groups are the parents. We have many parents on Your Shot that bring us sweet, heart-wrenching, funny, raw moments from their children’s lives. With The World Next Door assignment running this month, I thought it would be a good time to feature some of our incredible parent photographers. I’ll let them share some of their thoughts on these intimate, beautiful images they make. 
“I’ve always loved photography but I started feeling the need to capture the world around me when I had my kids. I felt compelled to document…not just them, but this time we had together, so I could feel at peace. Everything was just going by so fast, I wanted to know I could relive it all again.” Rita Thompson
 “I think too often children are portrayed as smiling, cute, adorable little creatures. They are much, much more than that. I enjoy portraying him for what he really is, a complex, thoughtful, strong, amazing little boy.” Tytia Habing 
“My goal is not so much to display my children, however beautiful I think they are, but to stir childhood memories of smells, noises, tastes, forgotten sensations in those who look at my pictures and to remind of these times when we were not hiding ourselves by wearing masks.” Karine Puret
 “[My children] give me the opportunity to connect with their inner feelings and we have a stronger relationship because of it. I understand their world better and the sincerity of their expressions are priceless, my daughter likes to play to the camera more, she is definitely the entertainer of the house and my son is a dreamer, he gets lost in his thoughts and I love capturing that.” Sorin Costache
“I’ve never encountered anything that brings such satisfaction and sense of inner peace as when everything comes together with an image.  I wish everyone had a love like this.” Mike Melnotte
natgeoyourshot:

On Photographing Your Child
We have many photographers with niche specialties around Your Shot: underwater, wildlife, astrophotography, to name a few. One of my favorite groups are the parents. We have many parents on Your Shot that bring us sweet, heart-wrenching, funny, raw moments from their children’s lives. With The World Next Door assignment running this month, I thought it would be a good time to feature some of our incredible parent photographers. I’ll let them share some of their thoughts on these intimate, beautiful images they make. 
“I’ve always loved photography but I started feeling the need to capture the world around me when I had my kids. I felt compelled to document…not just them, but this time we had together, so I could feel at peace. Everything was just going by so fast, I wanted to know I could relive it all again.” Rita Thompson
 “I think too often children are portrayed as smiling, cute, adorable little creatures. They are much, much more than that. I enjoy portraying him for what he really is, a complex, thoughtful, strong, amazing little boy.” Tytia Habing 
“My goal is not so much to display my children, however beautiful I think they are, but to stir childhood memories of smells, noises, tastes, forgotten sensations in those who look at my pictures and to remind of these times when we were not hiding ourselves by wearing masks.” Karine Puret
 “[My children] give me the opportunity to connect with their inner feelings and we have a stronger relationship because of it. I understand their world better and the sincerity of their expressions are priceless, my daughter likes to play to the camera more, she is definitely the entertainer of the house and my son is a dreamer, he gets lost in his thoughts and I love capturing that.” Sorin Costache
“I’ve never encountered anything that brings such satisfaction and sense of inner peace as when everything comes together with an image.  I wish everyone had a love like this.” Mike Melnotte
natgeoyourshot:

On Photographing Your Child
We have many photographers with niche specialties around Your Shot: underwater, wildlife, astrophotography, to name a few. One of my favorite groups are the parents. We have many parents on Your Shot that bring us sweet, heart-wrenching, funny, raw moments from their children’s lives. With The World Next Door assignment running this month, I thought it would be a good time to feature some of our incredible parent photographers. I’ll let them share some of their thoughts on these intimate, beautiful images they make. 
“I’ve always loved photography but I started feeling the need to capture the world around me when I had my kids. I felt compelled to document…not just them, but this time we had together, so I could feel at peace. Everything was just going by so fast, I wanted to know I could relive it all again.” Rita Thompson
 “I think too often children are portrayed as smiling, cute, adorable little creatures. They are much, much more than that. I enjoy portraying him for what he really is, a complex, thoughtful, strong, amazing little boy.” Tytia Habing 
“My goal is not so much to display my children, however beautiful I think they are, but to stir childhood memories of smells, noises, tastes, forgotten sensations in those who look at my pictures and to remind of these times when we were not hiding ourselves by wearing masks.” Karine Puret
 “[My children] give me the opportunity to connect with their inner feelings and we have a stronger relationship because of it. I understand their world better and the sincerity of their expressions are priceless, my daughter likes to play to the camera more, she is definitely the entertainer of the house and my son is a dreamer, he gets lost in his thoughts and I love capturing that.” Sorin Costache
“I’ve never encountered anything that brings such satisfaction and sense of inner peace as when everything comes together with an image.  I wish everyone had a love like this.” Mike Melnotte
natgeoyourshot:

On Photographing Your Child
We have many photographers with niche specialties around Your Shot: underwater, wildlife, astrophotography, to name a few. One of my favorite groups are the parents. We have many parents on Your Shot that bring us sweet, heart-wrenching, funny, raw moments from their children’s lives. With The World Next Door assignment running this month, I thought it would be a good time to feature some of our incredible parent photographers. I’ll let them share some of their thoughts on these intimate, beautiful images they make. 
“I’ve always loved photography but I started feeling the need to capture the world around me when I had my kids. I felt compelled to document…not just them, but this time we had together, so I could feel at peace. Everything was just going by so fast, I wanted to know I could relive it all again.” Rita Thompson
 “I think too often children are portrayed as smiling, cute, adorable little creatures. They are much, much more than that. I enjoy portraying him for what he really is, a complex, thoughtful, strong, amazing little boy.” Tytia Habing 
“My goal is not so much to display my children, however beautiful I think they are, but to stir childhood memories of smells, noises, tastes, forgotten sensations in those who look at my pictures and to remind of these times when we were not hiding ourselves by wearing masks.” Karine Puret
 “[My children] give me the opportunity to connect with their inner feelings and we have a stronger relationship because of it. I understand their world better and the sincerity of their expressions are priceless, my daughter likes to play to the camera more, she is definitely the entertainer of the house and my son is a dreamer, he gets lost in his thoughts and I love capturing that.” Sorin Costache
“I’ve never encountered anything that brings such satisfaction and sense of inner peace as when everything comes together with an image.  I wish everyone had a love like this.” Mike Melnotte

natgeoyourshot:

On Photographing Your Child

We have many photographers with niche specialties around Your Shot: underwater, wildlife, astrophotography, to name a few. One of my favorite groups are the parents. We have many parents on Your Shot that bring us sweet, heart-wrenching, funny, raw moments from their children’s lives. With The World Next Door assignment running this month, I thought it would be a good time to feature some of our incredible parent photographers. I’ll let them share some of their thoughts on these intimate, beautiful images they make. 

“I’ve always loved photography but I started feeling the need to capture the world around me when I had my kids. I felt compelled to document…not just them, but this time we had together, so I could feel at peace. Everything was just going by so fast, I wanted to know I could relive it all again.” Rita Thompson

 “I think too often children are portrayed as smiling, cute, adorable little creatures. They are much, much more than that. I enjoy portraying him for what he really is, a complex, thoughtful, strong, amazing little boy.” Tytia Habing 

“My goal is not so much to display my children, however beautiful I think they are, but to stir childhood memories of smells, noises, tastes, forgotten sensations in those who look at my pictures and to remind of these times when we were not hiding ourselves by wearing masks.” Karine Puret

 “[My children] give me the opportunity to connect with their inner feelings and we have a stronger relationship because of it. I understand their world better and the sincerity of their expressions are priceless, my daughter likes to play to the camera more, she is definitely the entertainer of the house and my son is a dreamer, he gets lost in his thoughts and I love capturing that.” Sorin Costache

“I’ve never encountered anything that brings such satisfaction and sense of inner peace as when everything comes together with an image.  I wish everyone had a love like this.” Mike Melnotte

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bookmania:

There is no shop available anywhere to buy friendship, because really, there isn’t!

renungan after makan siang, berat..berat..yg dipikirnya! #renungan #God

“The only overseas relationship I have, is my Korean cell phone, my U.S. computer and my Japanese gundam. Of course, all of them are made in China.”
— Student leader Joshua Wong, responding to accusations that “foreign forces” are behind the Hong Kong protests (via chinadigitaltimes)

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myampgoesto11:

Florian Mueller: Nimbus

What if I told you …

But they’re beautiful all the same! A fine artistic accompaniment to my recent clouds video: 
jtotheizzoe:

myampgoesto11:

Florian Mueller: Nimbus

What if I told you …

But they’re beautiful all the same! A fine artistic accompaniment to my recent clouds video: 
jtotheizzoe:

myampgoesto11:

Florian Mueller: Nimbus

What if I told you …

But they’re beautiful all the same! A fine artistic accompaniment to my recent clouds video: 
jtotheizzoe:

myampgoesto11:

Florian Mueller: Nimbus

What if I told you …

But they’re beautiful all the same! A fine artistic accompaniment to my recent clouds video: 
jtotheizzoe:

myampgoesto11:

Florian Mueller: Nimbus

What if I told you …

But they’re beautiful all the same! A fine artistic accompaniment to my recent clouds video: 
jtotheizzoe:

myampgoesto11:

Florian Mueller: Nimbus

What if I told you …

But they’re beautiful all the same! A fine artistic accompaniment to my recent clouds video: 

jtotheizzoe:

myampgoesto11:

Florian Mueller: Nimbus

What if I told you …

But they’re beautiful all the same! A fine artistic accompaniment to my recent clouds video

twloha:

Greenland 2012: Chasing the Light by Zaria Forman
Artist Zaria Forman creates large-scale, realistic landscapes using only chalk pastels. 
"In August 2012, I led an Arctic expedition up the NW coast of Greenland. Called "Chasing the Light," it was the second expedition the mission of which was to create art inspired by this dramatic geography. The first, in 1869, was led by the American painter William Bradford. My mother, Rena Bass Forman, had conceived the idea for the voyage, but did not live to see it through. During the months of her illness her dedication to the expedition never wavered and I promised to carry out her final journey.
These drawings were inspired by this trip. Documenting climate change, the work addresses the concept of saying goodbye on scales both global and personal. In Greenland, I scattered my mother’s ashes amidst the melting ice.”  
Forman donates a percent of all sales to 350.org, a global climate movement. 
twloha:

Greenland 2012: Chasing the Light by Zaria Forman
Artist Zaria Forman creates large-scale, realistic landscapes using only chalk pastels. 
"In August 2012, I led an Arctic expedition up the NW coast of Greenland. Called "Chasing the Light," it was the second expedition the mission of which was to create art inspired by this dramatic geography. The first, in 1869, was led by the American painter William Bradford. My mother, Rena Bass Forman, had conceived the idea for the voyage, but did not live to see it through. During the months of her illness her dedication to the expedition never wavered and I promised to carry out her final journey.
These drawings were inspired by this trip. Documenting climate change, the work addresses the concept of saying goodbye on scales both global and personal. In Greenland, I scattered my mother’s ashes amidst the melting ice.”  
Forman donates a percent of all sales to 350.org, a global climate movement. 
twloha:

Greenland 2012: Chasing the Light by Zaria Forman
Artist Zaria Forman creates large-scale, realistic landscapes using only chalk pastels. 
"In August 2012, I led an Arctic expedition up the NW coast of Greenland. Called "Chasing the Light," it was the second expedition the mission of which was to create art inspired by this dramatic geography. The first, in 1869, was led by the American painter William Bradford. My mother, Rena Bass Forman, had conceived the idea for the voyage, but did not live to see it through. During the months of her illness her dedication to the expedition never wavered and I promised to carry out her final journey.
These drawings were inspired by this trip. Documenting climate change, the work addresses the concept of saying goodbye on scales both global and personal. In Greenland, I scattered my mother’s ashes amidst the melting ice.”  
Forman donates a percent of all sales to 350.org, a global climate movement. 
twloha:

Greenland 2012: Chasing the Light by Zaria Forman
Artist Zaria Forman creates large-scale, realistic landscapes using only chalk pastels. 
"In August 2012, I led an Arctic expedition up the NW coast of Greenland. Called "Chasing the Light," it was the second expedition the mission of which was to create art inspired by this dramatic geography. The first, in 1869, was led by the American painter William Bradford. My mother, Rena Bass Forman, had conceived the idea for the voyage, but did not live to see it through. During the months of her illness her dedication to the expedition never wavered and I promised to carry out her final journey.
These drawings were inspired by this trip. Documenting climate change, the work addresses the concept of saying goodbye on scales both global and personal. In Greenland, I scattered my mother’s ashes amidst the melting ice.”  
Forman donates a percent of all sales to 350.org, a global climate movement. 

twloha:

Greenland 2012: Chasing the Light by Zaria Forman

Artist Zaria Forman creates large-scale, realistic landscapes using only chalk pastels. 

"In August 2012, I led an Arctic expedition up the NW coast of Greenland. Called "Chasing the Light," it was the second expedition the mission of which was to create art inspired by this dramatic geography. The first, in 1869, was led by the American painter William Bradford. My mother, Rena Bass Forman, had conceived the idea for the voyage, but did not live to see it through. During the months of her illness her dedication to the expedition never wavered and I promised to carry out her final journey.

These drawings were inspired by this trip. Documenting climate change, the work addresses the concept of saying goodbye on scales both global and personal. In Greenland, I scattered my mother’s ashes amidst the melting ice.”  

Forman donates a percent of all sales to 350.org, a global climate movement. 

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