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Some views from today’s #hike. #explore #outdoors (at Ramapo Indian Reservation)

Some views from today’s #hike. #explore #outdoors (at Ramapo Indian Reservation)

➜ Eddie Adams: 10 Years On, and War Will Never Be the Same

monroegallery:

A decade after the death of Eddie Adams, does photojournalism risk being supplanted by propaganda or fabricated images?

Journey on Route 6 (at Bear Mountain Lookout)

Journey on Route 6 (at Bear Mountain Lookout)

The ‘Tribute in Light’ shines from the Manhattan skyline next to One World Trade Center to commemorate all those who were lost on 9/11 seen from Pier A Park on September 11, 2014 in HOBOKEN, NJ.  The nation is commemorating the 13th anniversary of the 2001 attacks which resulted in the deaths of nearly 3,000 people after hijacked planes crashed into the World Trade Center, one into the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia and Flight 93 crash landed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Michael Bocchieri/Bocchieri Archive)

The ‘Tribute in Light’ shines from the Manhattan skyline next to One World Trade Center to commemorate all those who were lost on 9/11 seen from Pier A Park on September 11, 2014 in HOBOKEN, NJ.  The nation is commemorating the 13th anniversary of the 2001 attacks which resulted in the deaths of nearly 3,000 people after hijacked planes crashed into the World Trade Center, one into the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia and Flight 93 crash landed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Michael Bocchieri/Bocchieri Archive)

People attend an interfaith memorial for the 13th anniversary of 9/11 terrorist attacks (at Pier A Park)

People attend an interfaith memorial for the 13th anniversary of 9/11 terrorist attacks (at Pier A Park)

People attend the Hoboken Italian Festival at Sinatra Park on September 07, 2014 in HOBOKEN, NJ. The festival is to raise money for the Societa Madonna Dei Martiri Church and runs from September 4th - 7th.  (Photo by Michael Bocchieri/Bocchieri Archive)

People attend the Hoboken Italian Festival at Sinatra Park on September 07, 2014 in HOBOKEN, NJ. The festival is to raise money for the Societa Madonna Dei Martiri Church and runs from September 4th - 7th.  (Photo by Michael Bocchieri/Bocchieri Archive)

livelymorgue:

While the Cuban missile crisis threatened nuclear Armageddon, Stephen I. Horn, of the Jonas Brothers Studios taxidermy, was lamenting that most folks don’t realize what it takes to make a decorative fur rug. “They think taxidermy is just stuffing animals,” he was quoted as saying in the paper of Oct. 25, 1962. “It’s much more than that.” The article elaborates, showing how to make a head: “A papier-mâché form is molded. This is covered with soft putty. Glass eyes are set into the wet putty and the skin is carefully fitted over it. The head takes two or three days to dry completely.” Photo: Eddie Hausner/The New York Times

People attend the Hoboken Italian Festival at Sinatra Park on September 07, 2014 in HOBOKEN, NJ. The festival is to raise money for the Societa Madonna Dei Martiri Church and runs from September 4th - 7th.  (Photo by Michael Bocchieri/Bocchieri Archive)

People attend the Hoboken Italian Festival at Sinatra Park on September 07, 2014 in HOBOKEN, NJ. The festival is to raise money for the Societa Madonna Dei Martiri Church and runs from September 4th - 7th.  (Photo by Michael Bocchieri/Bocchieri Archive)

Atmosphere during the Hoboken Italian Festival at Sinatra Park on September 07, 2014 in HOBOKEN, NJ. The festival is to raise money for the Societa Madonna Dei Martiri Church and runs from September 4th - 7th.  (Photo by Michael Bocchieri/Bocchieri Archive)

Atmosphere during the Hoboken Italian Festival at Sinatra Park on September 07, 2014 in HOBOKEN, NJ. The festival is to raise money for the Societa Madonna Dei Martiri Church and runs from September 4th - 7th.  (Photo by Michael Bocchieri/Bocchieri Archive)

Mornings

Mornings

bobbycaputo:

Incredible Moments of Tenderness Found In the Struggling Mill Towns of Pittsburgh

When photographer Dan Wetmore set out to capture the neighborhoods surrounding the abandoned steel mills of Pittsburgh, he was met at times with incredulity, for some believed the area to be little more than an industrial wasteland. As a child living in Pittsburgh, Wetmore was drawn to the abandoned steel mills that remained from the city’s industrial growth in the early to mid-20th century, pouring over Becher monographs in search of photographs of furnaces and structures that spoke to his boyhood enchantment. As an adult, Wetmore ventured into the mill towns for his series Jubilee Kitchen I and II, unveiling moments of unexpected rebirth in the struggling neighborhoods shadowed by its industrial history.

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reminds me of W. Eugene Smith’s Pittsburgh project

Andre and Michelle

Andre and Michelle

Lunchtime on Rutherford lake (at High Point State Park, New Jersey)

Lunchtime on Rutherford lake (at High Point State Park, New Jersey)

Home for the next few days. (at High Point State Park, New Jersey) 

Home for the next few days. (at High Point State Park, New Jersey) 

Saw mill lake, site 12 (at High Point State Park, New Jersey)

Saw mill lake, site 12 (at High Point State Park, New Jersey)

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