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'Grass, Light, Wind'
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
"What a strange mood seeps out of you today
as you cut across the vegetables of Sancosimato
and a red sea of chard comes flooding over you,
the searing flame of knowing you're loved."

"Perhaps youth is just this never-ending
love of the senses and no regrets."

“Leggera piomba sul bene e sul male
la loro dolce fretta di godere.
Talvolta, camminando per la via,
non t'è venuto accanto
a una finestra illuminata
dire un nome, o notte?
Rispondeva soltanto il tuo silenzio.
Ma le stelle brillavano ugualmente.”

~ Sandro Penna 1906-1977 (Italy)

'Grass, Light, Wind'
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
http://karinlisaatkinson.blogspot.com
Location: Venice Beach, Los Angeles California
Camera: Sony DSC-RX100M2 (pocket camera)
Conditions: Natural light, Wind, sunset, no flash, no tripod

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+Françoise Dhulesia Much wind that day and the sun was setting, so very muted and changing light.

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'Sunset, Shadow and Fog'
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
A woman and a ball: out of a sudden agreement
the world forms, in its inane rotation.
It begins with the fish, which inhabits the wasteland.

A curve sighs. Nothing swells immediately.
A mathematical point: the sphere,
void, terrestrial, a cloud of breath.

The world revolves in an animal rush.
The most humble fish, of all the mud,
mired in the eye, bearing the colure.

World in the air, simple being and aspect:
algae rising boldly within the descent.
A fish that bites its own tail bleeds mud.

... the world: element, eruption: everything, nothing,
in the immense power.

From the rhythm: figures and the first creed,
and happiness, a lesson for the universe as it rolls
into time, pulling along its shell and ancient verse."

~ Martín Adán also known as Rafael de la Fuente Benavides 1908-1985 (Perú)
Excerpts of his poem "Sea and Shell"
Translated by Katie Silver and Rick London

'Sunset, Shadow and Fog'
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
http://karinlisaatkinson.blogspot.com
Location: Playa del Rey, Los Angeles
Camera: Sony DSC-RX100M2 (pocket camera)
Conditions: Natural light, sunset, no flash, no tripod

#photography   #photooftheday   #quoteoftheday   #sunsetphotography #birdphotography +Animalia #animalia  +Adelphe BACHELET +Water Bird Wednesday  #waterbirdwednesday +Margaret Tompkins #landscapephotography   #skyphotography  
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+angelic labru Thank you :-)

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'Calm'
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Calm. It is evident, as easy to hear, as roars roaring.
Було видно, було чути,
Як реве ревучий ...
І мене в сiм'ї великій,
В сiм'ї вольній, новій,
Не забудьте пом'янути
Незлим тихим словом.

Listen through the years
To the river voices roaring,
Roaring in my ears.

When I hear the call
Of the racing flood,
Loud with hated blood,
I will leave them all ...

Then, in the mighty family
Of all men that are free,
May be sometimes, very softly
You will speak of me ?
~~
My eyes could see, my ears could hear
The mighty river roar ...

And in the great new family,
The family of the free,
With softly spoken, kindly word
Remember also me."

~ Тара́с Григо́рович Шевче́нко Taras Shevchenko 1814-1861 (Ukraine)
Excerpts from his poem written in 1845 titled "Testament" (Zapovit) (Заповіт). In this post are two translations by John Weir and by E. L. Voynich

'Calm'
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
http://karinlisaatkinson.blogspot.com
Location: Los Angeles
Camera: Sony DSC-RX100M2 (pocket camera)
Conditions: Natural light, evening, no flash, no tripod

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+//flower colors// +angelic labru Thank you, peace and inspiration to you this week :-)

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'Golden Moment'
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
"It is found again.
What? Eternity.
It is the sea gone
With the sun.

Sentinel soul,
Whisper the confession
Of the night nothingness
And the day on fire ..."

"Elle est retrouvée.
Quoi? – L’Éternité.
C’est la mer allée
Avec le soleil.

Âme sentinelle,
Murmurons l’aveu
De la nuit si nulle
Et du jour en feu.

Des humains suffrages,
Des communs élans
Là tu te dégages
Et voles selon.

Puisque de vous seules,
Braises de satin,
Le Devoir s’exhale
Sans qu’on dise: en fin.

Là pas d’espérance,
Nul orietur.
Science avec patience,
Le supplice est sûr.

Elle est retrouvée.
Quoi? – l’Éternité.
C’est la mer allée
Avec le soleil."

~ Arthur Rimbaud 1854-1891 (France)
Poem "L’Éternite" (Eternity)

'Golden Moment'
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
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Location: Erewhon, Venice Beach, Los Angeles
Camera: Sony DSC-RX100M2 (pocket camera)
Conditions: Ambient light, no flash, no tripod

#flowerphotography #landscapephotography #photography #photooftheday #macrophotography #quoteoftheday #macroaddict +//flower colors// +Grass Tuesday  #grasstuesday  
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Photo #1 'Leader of the Pack'
Photo # 2 'Sharing Leadership, Self Leadership'
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
"There's all the difference in the world between having something to say, and having to say something."
~ John Dewey 1859-1952 (USA)

Photo #1 'Leader of the Pack'
Photo #2 'Sharing Leadership, Self Leadership'
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
http://karinlisaatkinson.blogspot.com
Location: Los Angeles
Camera: NIKON D3100 18-55mm lens
Conditions: Ambient light, interior, no flash, no tripod

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"Morning's Glory"
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
"Love makes your soul crawl out from its hiding place."

"The present was an egg laid by the past that had the future inside its shell."

"There are years that ask questions and years that answer.”

"I have the nerve to walk my own way, however hard, in my search for reality, rather than climb upon the rattling wagon of wishful illusions."

“There is a basin in the mind where words float around on thought and thought on sound and sight. Then there is a depth of thought untouched by words, and deeper still a gulf of formless feelings untouched by thought.”

“She stood there until something fell off the shelf inside her.”

“She had an inside and an outside now and suddenly she knew how not to mix them.”

“Love is like the sea. It's a moving thing, but still and all, it takes its shape from the shore it meets, and it's different with every shore.”

~ Zora Neale Hurston 1891-1960 (USA)

"Morning's Glory"
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
http://karinlisaatkinson.blogspot.com
Location: Los Angeles
Camera: Nikon D3100 28-300mm lens @ 300mm focal length
Conditions: Natural light, in shadow, deep in a garden, no flash, no tripod

#flowerphotography   #naturephotography   #photography   #photooftheday   #quoteoftheday   #macrophotography   #macroaddict  +//flower colors// 
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+Beverley Rommens Glad you like the mellow yellow
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'Center'
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
"In hatred as in love, we grow like the thing we brood upon. What we loathe, we graft into our very soul."
~ Mary Renault 1905-1983 (England)

'Center'
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
http://karinlisaatkinson.blogspot.com
Location: Erewhon, Venice Beach, Los Angeles California
Camera: Sony DSC-RX100M2 (pocket camera)
Conditions: Ambient light, afternoon, no flash, no tripod

#flowerphotography   #naturephotography   #photography   #photooftheday   #quoteoftheday #macrophotography   +//flower colors//  #macroaddict  
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Am just back from a day at Giverny_France_ where Monet lived.
What you say is so right!

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Refugee πρόσφυξ اجئين беженец Izbjeglica біженців Réfugiés Utečenec Refugiado Flüchtlinge פָּלִיט Begunec Uchodźca शरणार्थी Mülteci Menekült 難民 Refugiat 难民 беженец اللاجئون Pangungsi ခိုဝင်သူ, ခိုဝင်သူ Qaxootiga Dídeanaí Flyktning پناہ گزین Bēglis Profugo босқын Umbaleki Flóttamaður ຊາວອົບພະຍົບ Takas ਸ਼ਰਨਾਰਥੀ бегалци Fluchgäscht ผู้ลี้ภัย Vluchteling Người tị nạn Baphaphathehi Pagulane కాందీశీకుల Flóttamaður ლტოლვილთა Uprchlík Flygtning Pakolainen શરણાર્થી 'yan gudun hijira дүрвэгч Asasala Ffoaduriaid Fhògarrach Tagata sola शरणार्थी

"Let me stress most emphatically that we who were rescuing children are not some kind of heroes. Indeed, that term irritates me greatly. The opposite is true. I continue to have pangs of conscience that I did so little. Heroes do extraordinary things. What I did was not an extraordinary thing. It was normal.

When someone is drowning you don't ask if they can swim, you just jump in and help. Fear makes you weak; anger makes you strong. The world can be better if there's love, tolerance and humility.

The term 'hero' irritates me greatly. Every child saved with my help and the help of all the wonderful secret messengers, who today are no longer living, is the justification of my existence on this earth, and not a title to glory.

People can be only divided into good or bad; their race, religion, nationality don't matter. I was brought up to believe that a person must be rescued when drowning, regardless of religion and nationality.

After World War II, it seemed that humanity understood something, and nothing like that would happen again.

Humanity has understood nothing.

Religious, tribal, national wars continue. The world continues to be in a sea of blood. The world can be better if there's love, tolerance and humility."

~ Irena Sendlerowa / Irena Sendler 1910-2008 (Poland)
Various quotes from "Life In A Jar"
www.irenasendler.org

'Refugee'
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
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Location: Annenberg Space for Photography, Century City (Los Angeles, California)
https://annenbergphotospace.org/exhibits/refugee
Camera: Sony DSC-RX100M2 (pocket camera)
Conditions: Natural light, evening, no flash, no tripod

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'Life and the Living'
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
"The earth is my homeland, my nation all humankind;
A person becomes human only by knowing this,
so do I believe

The children of humanity are each other's siblings... a dream?
Then so be it, for in that dream, with all my heart and soul,
do I believe ..."

"Ve kendi hüsnümü başlardım önce sevmekten.
Bu ruh için bir hak:
Biraz da kendini sevmek değil midir yaşamak!...”

~ Tevfik Fikret توفیق فکرت‎ 1867-1915 (Turkey)
Excepts of poem Haluk’un Amentüsü /
"Haluk's Credo" from "Rübab-i Sikeste"

Tribute to singer Amjad Sabri 1970 - 2016 (Pakistan)
www.youtube.com/watch?v=a18py61_F_w

'Life and the Living'
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
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Location: Nova Scotia, Canada
Camera: Sony DSC-RX100M2 (pocket camera)
Conditions: Natural light, foggy afternoon, no flash, no tripod

#amjadsabri #quoteoftheday   #photooftheday   #photography  
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+Karin Lisa Atkinson You're welcome, have a wonderful weekend 😊

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'Sunrise'
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
"And I have vowed
To fashion from my eyelashes a kerchief,
And upon it to embroider verses for your eyes,
And a name, when watered by a heart that dissolves in chanting,
Will make the sylvan arbours grow.”

"Y me he inclinado
para crear de mis pestañas un pañuelo
y en él bordar versos para tus ojos,
y un nombre, regado por un corazón que se disuelve en canto,
hará crecer las arboladas glorietas.”
~ Mahmoud Darwish محمود درويش‎‎ 1941-2008 (Palestine)

'Sunrise'
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
http://karinlisaatkinson.blogspot.com
Location: Venice Beach, Los Angeles
Camera: Sony DSC-RX100M2 (pocket camera)
Conditions: Ambient light, no flash, no tripod

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+Françoise Dhulesia White is interesting in flowers because you can always see into the flower, see the transparency and layers of coloured light. Glad you support noticing that the jails are full of criminals such as students, teachers who protest as well as writers and photographers who capture a truth to share with others.

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'Orchid Medicine'
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
"The jailing of photographers and writers encourages society to accept that it is correct behaviour for governments to criminalize artists.

Where does it end if we accept the criminalization of peace makers, journalists, photographers, filmmakers, videographers, writers, poets, internet bloggers, musicians, painters, doctors, teachers, students, children, Elders, Indigenous Leaders, human rights advocates, animal rights activists, gardeners, farmers, environmentalists, clean water protectors, peace protestors, publishers, broadcast media outlets and world wide web social media freedoms. Where, with Who, and How does it all end? It ends with us when we decide to use our collective voice to no longer accept the criminalization of society's voices and creators."
~ Karin Lisa Atkinson

"As a journalist monitoring legal practice for a long time, I don't remember a period which especially 'academics for peace' faced such crackdowns - us facing arrests and that legal intimidation has become this visible. Free society, the democratic public must act in solidarity in these days. Embracing the values of freedom will gain us more strength. We extend our thanks to our colleagues, legists and sensitive people who haven't left us alone since the day we got arrested (June 20, 2016)."
~ Erol Önderoglu
Reporters Without Borders / Reporters sans frontières (RSF) representative in Turkey on June 21st, 2016 in the Metris Prison, Istanbul Turkey

Sign/Share: Petition for the release of Erol Önderoglu
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Pétition pour la libération d’Erol Önderoglu, représentant de RSF Reporters sans frontières en Turquie.
https://rsf.org/fr/freeerol-liberez-erol-onderoglu-representant-de-rsf-en-turquie

Arabic: http://ar.rsf.org
Persian: http://www.rsf-persan.org/article17546.html

Reporters Without Borders's (RSF) representative in Turkey since 1996, Erol Önderoglu, the journalist Ahmet Nesin and the human rights defender Sebnem Korur Fincanci were arrested June 20, 2016. Erol Önderoglu has fought tirelessly to defend persecuted journalists photographers and photojournalists for the past 20 years. He is a leader in this field because of his honesty and integrity, which are recognized all over the world. Handcuffed and jailed, Erol Önderoglu is today the victim of the persecutions he always denounced. It’s now our turn to fight for him.

Many Turkish and international human rights groups took part in a demonstration outside Istanbul’s Metris prison to demand the immediate release of these artists. The participating organizations, which also called for the withdrawal of all the charges against the three detainees, included the Turkish journalists’ union Türkiye Gazeteciler Sendikası (TGS), the Turkish Platform for Independent Journalism P24, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH).

They also included the Ethical Journalism Network (EJN), the International Press Institute (IPI), the European Judicial Network (EJN), Amnesty International, the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ), the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) and the International Freedom of Expression Exchange (IFEX), of which Önderoglu is a board member.

Erol Önderoglu and Ahmet Nesin are being held in Metris prison. Another demonstration will be staged at 4 p.m. today outside Bakirkoy women’s prison, where Sebnem Korur Fincanci is being held.
In Paris, RSF and FIDH representatives demonstrated outside the Turkish embassy to press the same demands – the release of imprisoned journalists and respect for the right to provide news and information.

Représentant de Reporters sans frontières en Turquie depuis 1996, Erol Önderoglu, le journaliste Ahmet Nesin et la défenseure des droits de l'homme Sebnem Korur Fincanci sont placé en détention provisoire par un tribunal d’Istanbul le 20 juin 2016. Depuis vingt ans, Erol Önderoglu se bat sans relâche pour défendre les journalistes et photojournalistes persécutés. Sa rigueur et sa droiture, reconnues dans le monde entier, en ont fait une personnalité de référence en la matière. En s’en prenant à lui, c’est toute la profession que les autorités turques cherchent à intimider. Emprisonné au terme d'une audience à huis clos, emmené les menottes aux poignets, Erol Önderoglu est aujourd’hui victime des abus qu’il a toujours dénoncés. C'est désormais à nous de nous mobiliser en sa faveur.

Des représentants de nombreuses associations turques et internationales se sont retrouvés ce vendredi 24 juin devant la prison de Metris à Istanbul pour manifester leur soutien à Erol Önderoglu, représentant de RSF en Turquie, Sebnem Korur Fincanci, présidente de la Fondation pour les Droits humains de Turquie, et l’écrivain Ahmet Nesin. Parmi elles, le syndicat de journalistes Türkiye Gazeteciler Sendikası (TGS), la plateforme turque pour le journalisme indépendant P24, Reporters sans frontières (RSF), la Fédération Internationale des Droits de l’Homme (FIDH), Ethical Journalism Network (EJN), International Freedom of Expression Exchange (IFEX), dont Erol Önderoglu est un membre du conseil, International Press Institute (IPI), European Judicial Network (EJN), Amnesty International et International and European Federations of Journalists

Un rassemblement sera également organisé à 16 heures devant la prison de Bakirkoy, où se trouve emprisonnée Sebnem Korur Fincanci.

A Paris, RSF et la FIDH se sont retrouvés devant l’ambassade de Turquie pour exprimer les mêmes demandes : libération des journalistes emprisonnés et respect du droit d’informer.

'Orchid Medicine'
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
http://karinlisaatkinson.blogspot.com
Location: Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles
Camera: Sony DSC-RX100M2 (pocket camera)
Conditions: Ambient light, morning, no flash, no tripod

#FreeErol #ReportersWithoutBorders #RSF #WritersInPrison #ReportersSansFrontieres #PhotographersWithoutBorders #JournalistsInPrison #flowerphotography #naturephotography #photography #photooftheday #quoteoftheday  
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+Françoise Dhulesia Orchids are easy to love. Do we love artists?

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"Many Faces of Passion"
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
"Is the scene always visual?
It can be aural,
the frame can be linguistic:
I can fall in love with a sentence
spoken to me:
and not only because it says something
which manages to touch my desire,
but because of its syntactical turn (framing),
which will inhabit me like a memory.

Language is a skin:
I rub my language against the other.
It is as if I had words instead of fingers,
or fingers at the tip of my words.

My language trembles with desire.

Literature is without proofs.
By which it must be understood
that it cannot prove,
not only what it says,
but even that it is worth
the trouble of saying it.

Language is legislation,
speech is its code.
We do not see the power
which is in speech
because we forget
that all speech
is a classification,
and that all classifications
are oppressive.

The photographic image ...
is a message without a code.

To try to write love
is to confront
the muck of language:
that region of hysteria
where language is both
too much and too little,
excessive and impoverished.

So let us become
a little detached,
let us undertake
the apprenticeship
of a certain distance."

~ Roland Barthes 1915-1980 (France)
Excerpt from "A Lover's Discourse: Fragments"
Translated by Richard Howard

"Many Faces of Passion"
by Karin Lisa Atkinson
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Location: El Cid, Los Angeles
Camera: Nikon D3100 55mm lens
Conditions: Night, ambient light, no flash, no tripod

#streetphotography   #urbanphotography   #photography   #photooftheday   #portraitphotography   #quoteoftheday   #abstractphotography   #monochromephotography   #blackandwhitephotography   #flamenco   #losangeles  
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Photographs "Presence"
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"Presence" series by Karin Lisa Atkinson Location: Venice Beach, Los Angeles, Nova Scotia, Hawai'i Camera: Nikon D3100 and Sony DSC-RX100M2

Photographs: "Insect's View of our World" series
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"Insect's View of our World" series by Karin Lisa Atkinson Location: Nova Scotia, Canada, Kealakekua Bay Hawai'i and Los Angeles, California

Video short film "Luminaris" directed by Juan Pablo Zaramella
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Watch "Luminaris" (6 minutes) Luminaris is a multi-award winning animated short film made using the pixilation technique, combining real act

Photographs: Wet Flowers in Sunset Rain Shower
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"Wet Flowers in Sunset Rain Shower" by Karin Lisa Atkinson Location: Venice Beach, Los Angeles Date: Spring April 9, 2016 Camera: Sony DSC-R

Tomson Highway's Play, The Rez Sisters, To Debut In Greenland
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The National Theatre of Greenland is putting eight women on stage to bring to life a Greenlandic translation of The Rez Sisters, a play writ

Video short animation "The Looking Planet" by Eric Law Anderson
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Watch "The Looking Planet" by Eric Law Anderson (16:40 min, 2015) YouTube watching link During the construction of the universe, a young spa

Photographs: "Lighting the Sacred Fire" Acadian First Nation of the Mi'k...
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"Lighting the Sacred Fire" by Karin Lisa Atkinson Location: Liverpool, Nova Scotia, Canada Date: December 4th, 2015 Camera: Sony (pocket cam

Photography: "California Sunsets"
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"California Sunsets" by Karin Lisa Atkinson Location: Venice Beach / Los Angeles California Camera: Sony (pocket camera) Conditions: Night a

Photographs: "Santiago de Compostela, El Camino a Fisterra y Muxia"
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"Santiago de Compostela and El Camino a Fisterra y Muxia" by Karin Lisa Atkinson Location: Spain's Santiago de Compostela, Fisterra, Muxia,

Photographs: #afterburn Burning Man Street Party @ The Venice Art Crawl
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" #afterburn " by Karin Lisa Atkinson Location: Venice Beach / Los Angeles California Camera: Sony (pocket camera) Conditions: Night ambient

Photographs: "Sea Space Light Matrix" series
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"Sea Space Light Matrix" series By Karin Lisa Atkinson Location: Los Angeles Camera: Nikon D3100 18-55mm lens Conditions: Natural light, no

Photographs: "Life As I Know It" (Taos series)
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"Life As I Know It" (series) by Karin Lisa Atkinson Location: Taos Pueblo, Taos New Mexico and The Equine Spirit Sanctuary Camera: Sony (poc

Photographs: "City Sights, Seen and Unseen" series
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"City Sights, Seen and Unseen" (series) by Karin Lisa Atkinson Location: Venice Beach and Los Angeles, California Camera: Sony DSC-RX100 (po

Photographs: "Ocean Meadows" series
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"Ocean Meadows" series by Karin Lisa Atkinson Locations: California - Skyline Ridge Preserve, Redwoods in San Francisco Peninsula and Thorne

Video animated short "Borrowed Light" directed and animated by Olivia Huynh
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"Borrowed Light" the last patron of an abandoned observatory takes on an impossible task to show the surrounding city something incredible.

Video short animation: "The Alchemist's Letter" directed by Andre Stevens
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Watch "The Alchemist's Letter" (5:17, 2015) directed by Carlos Andre Stevens. Student Academy Award nominee for his 2008 debut, Toumai. The

Video short film "Indigenous Reflections on Christianity" by Sacred Land...
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Watch "Indigenous Reflections on Christianity" by Sacred Land Film Project (13 minutes, May 26, 2015) What are the ecological implications o

Video short films by Phil Ives "Tribal Journeys 2014 to Bella Bella and ...
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Watch "Tribal Journeys 2014 to Bella Bella and the QATUWAS FESTIVAL" On July 4th, 2014 the Kw'umut Lelum and Malahat Nation Canoe Family lef