Monthly Archives: December 2010

Passing Trees

Winter inspired photography – the poetry of passing trees as we speed along the highway in winter showing form and shape, implying much and nothing calling out for black and white interpretation stark, subtle, cold, beautiful. Photos by Joy W. … Continue reading

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My Wish For You This Season

My wish for you this season is the same in any season like when this fountain is surging, spilling and lit past midnight in mid-Summer, 10,000 on bicycles gathered ’round it beginning a ride through the city before dawn or … Continue reading

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Blind Chef Brings Passion for Cooking to Trotter’s

Although Laura Martinez cannot see she has persevered always wanting a better future. The State of Illinois’ Department of Rehabilitation Services, one of the agencies for which I shoot, helped her through a variety of challenges and choices before, during … Continue reading

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Big Sounds From Big Time

We were solving the problems of the world having given up on our own as we walked through the door at Morseland, a music club in Chicago, late Monday night. Spontaneously broke into smiles the instant we heard Big Time … Continue reading

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