Sub Zero Social Distancing

By Elisabeth Andenæs / March 3, 2021

As Covid came to Norway, and then throughout the lockdown, it felt as if the walls around me were closing in. The house where we spent almost every hour of every day seemed smaller and smaller and a growing need to seek refuge alone emerged. The woods and shorelines, on the other hand, felt spacious,…

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By David Lee Black / February 28, 2021

The struggle to leave the cocoon is what strengthens the butterfly’s wings so she can fly. From there,  infinite possibilities that await.  Connecting to the real world is what we have been missing lately when we shelter inside our own cocoon. At what point do we leave our safety, in another indeterminable metamorphose and fly?…

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Which Way?

By Steve Bennett / February 4, 2021

It seems that we’re at an inflection point, with the end to the acute phase of the pandemic is imaginable. Once the scourge of 2020 is in our rearview mirrors, we’ll have important choices to make. Will we go about our business as usual, or will we take the lessons we’ve learned and perhaps live…

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The Stilling of Life

By Steven Kushner / January 27, 2021

In March of 2020, as the reality of the pandemic was sinking in, I realized that the focus of my photography would have to change. I like to do street photography. But since the prospect of walking outside and interacting with people was no longer an option, I decided to turn to object photography. Initially,…

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By Michael Keesling / January 14, 2021

One of the things that defines who I am is driving. Driving is my meditation. Driving is totally alien from an evolutionary standpoint, and I revel in its foreignness. Springtime, back country road, top down, radio off.  That is my bliss. For an ADHD brain like mine, having a totally different point of view every…

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