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THE COLOR ORANGE The place of dreams, of rising sun, Burnt to orange when day is done. There is a place far over there– My soul’s true light, well lit her lair. On dusty roads of rusty hue, On tangerines … Continue reading

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Five days and I leave for Africa, the place it all began…  

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Into Africa: Then and Now

THE COLOR ORANGE The place of dreams, of rising sun, Burnt to orange when day is done. There is a place far over there– My soul’s true light, well lit her lair. On dusty roads of rusty hue, On tangerines where orange is true: … Continue reading

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The Problem of Women’s Portraiture

Originally posted on Mitzi Starkweather Photography:
I. THE PROBLEM ? So I’ll go with what I know. (Write what you know, that’s what they say.) I know self-image and how it relates to women’s portraiture. When I started doing boudoir photography…

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Practical Portraits

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Light and Shadow – Mitzi Starkweather

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Originally posted on Mitzi Starkweather Photography:
Here’s what I wrote on Facebook last week in order to hold myself accountable: “This shoot will accompany a very personal blog post (once I finish putting all this stuff into words) and my…

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“…In the Vacant Places” by T.S. Eliot

Originally posted on A Pilgrim in Narnia:
It is the weekend, and I am in the mood for a little treat. C.S. Lewis was a slow convert to T.S. Eliot’s poetry. In fact, Lewis was part of an entire club…

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