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Sandi Rethage
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Restorative Justice advocate, photographer, diver, stained glass artist, teacher of mathematics.
Restorative Justice advocate, photographer, diver, stained glass artist, teacher of mathematics.

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2013 Shark Tank dive

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Interesting graph about the evolution of a photographer’s “life”. (author unknown)
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Web based file organization/sharing system: Always have your stuff when you need it with @Dropbox. 2GB account is free! http://db.tt/hCH63lS

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A different perspective....
"Cave Diving, (Yucatan Peninsula)" - Photographer: Christian Vizl
From NatGeo's "Photo of the Day": http://tinyurl.com/432dv3d

"I have been a cave diver since 1997, and I've always been amazed by the natural beauty and uniqueness that you can find in the cenotes of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. They are spectacular in many ways, some of them very obvious, like the enormous stalactites and stalagmites, crystal-clear water, and the mystery and history mixed in the middle of the jungle. But there is also a more subtle beauty in them, hidden in their unique colors and details that are not easily spotted by diving or snorkeling in them. So that is my goal, to capture the fantastic details hidden in these natural wonders."
Christian Vizl
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This is messed up... not right at all!

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NFL seals 10-year Labor Deal...

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Another day, another trip to the dumpster to see what's for lunch

This is Bernadette. She doesn't like me much. Actually she doesn't like anyone much. I think she tolerates me because I give her money for food and coffee.
When I first met her, she stared at my camera and told me I better not take any pictures of her. She scared me. A lot.
But I made a decision at that moment. I told her that I take pictures to help tell stories, some happy, some (like this) not so much; that being out on the street is an incredibly horrifying thing to me and maybe if I take enough pictures and make enough noise, something will change. And then I started to walk away. I got about fifteen feet when she yelled "you're really not gonna take any f*ing pictures?"
"I told her 'nope' You asked me not to and you scare me."
She cracked a smile.
"Good"
"So can I take a picture?"
"One."

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Don't spare change. Make change.
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Going Candid... Street Photography Ebook link.
I have just published my first eBook about Street Photography. Get your free copy here and share it around the world...

http://book.85mm.ch
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Longmont Community Justice Partnership co-founder releases book on restorative justice

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