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Photo Essay: “The Realities of the Street”

  By Dave Hood “I am not angry or sad or happy to see you. I could not give a shit. You don’t even ripple.” ― Gillian Flynn, Dark Places Part of an ongoing documentation of the city with my … Continue reading

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Photo Essay: What’s the City Like?

Dave Hood The city can be like a jungle. Skyscrapers evoking a mood of the ominous, as if hiking alone in the unknown jungle. Street lamps and traffic lights standing as if various types of tropical trees. Always countless strangers … Continue reading

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Photo Essay: Beauty in the Ordinary

There are many ways to imbue the soul with delight. Faith is one of them. Living in peace is another. Seeing beauty or art in our daily travels is another. When we notice something delightful, our senses are awakened and … Continue reading

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Photo Essay: The Glory of Autumn

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Photo Essay: The Winter Hat

By Dave Hood “I have a hat. It’s graceful and feminine and gives me a certain dignity, as if I were attending a state funeral or something. Someday I may get up enough courage to wear it, instead of carrying … Continue reading

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