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  1. Stillness

    10 Jan 2017
    The birdhouse in my friend’s backyard invited many little birds and provided them a good meal of mixed seeds. Sipping morning coffee and watching them flutter and dance to the winds was relaxing. Those birds looked like sparrows; some were slightly bigger than humming birds and some were slightly smaller…

  2. Subtle Violence

    02 Jan 2017
    I wasn’t there the day after; San Francisco’s great earthquake, or devastation of Chongqing, or disaster of Bhopal, or ruining of Stalingrad, or bombing of Hiroshima, or the several horrific genocides and ethnic cleansings. These are some of the most violent acts in history, natural or man-made.  Walking the streets…

  3. “The Power of a Meaningful Image and a Photographer’s Despair”

    28 Nov 2016
    Imagine that you are standing on the edge of a still water lake. The water is still, the scene is serene, everything is so calm and quiet that you could hear your own breathing. You stand there for a while and think Oh no! Why it is so quiet here…

  4. Eddie Adams Workshop – REFLECTIONS by Santosh Korthiwada

    19 Nov 2016
    to the aspiring Student to team White, to team Black, to team Red, to team Blue, to team Yellow, to team Orange, to team Pink, to team Green, to team Mint, to team Beige, to team Lavender, to team Turquoise, to Alyssa Adams, Nancy and uncle Jim, to all the…

  5. Focusing Inward

    21 Oct 2016
    I’m passionate about making photographs and art in general and so are a million others who are passionate about art. Some appreciate art, some criticize art, some idolize art, some loath art and some make art and some stopped making art Looking at my photographs, when people encouragingly tell me…