This past May my marketing team and I joined an organization that hires mentally challenged individuals who seed and plant flowers and vegetables for use by Farm to Fork local restaurants. One of our volunteer projects was to plant a sunflower dial. I recently had a chance to return to see the results. AMAZING!!!
I saw this old phone at the loading dock of the corporate office where I work. The building dates back to the 70s, but this phone is really my first proof of it’s history and legacy.
To all my #friendsofTenaciousM, Happy 4th of July!!!
Taos, New Mexico is one of my spiritual touch points. It’s like dancing. It’s impossible to be happy in the middle of it! Here are some shots from the road today.
When traveling through West Texas this old house kept calling me. Pulling me actually. I finally had to pull over and grab a shot so that I could keep a piece of her with me. #mylens
This photo of a finely dressed black mother and daughter — standing below a “Colored Entrance” sign at a bus station in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1956 — was taken by Gordon Parks, one of the seminal figures of twentieth century photography. A humanitarian with a deep commitment to social justice, Parks left behind a body of work that documents race relations, poverty, civil rights and urban life.