RIP Trevor Bolder
@andisheh’s GIF from GifBoom: (Taken with GifBoom)
You know the diaper/fountain kid on the giant photo mural at the top of the arrivals escalator at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport? When you remove braids from my daughter’s hair, she becomes that kid.
You may have heard that the highest-paid employee in each state is usually the football coach at the largest state school. This is actually a gross mischaracterization: Sometimes it is the basketball coach.
We rented a cop and Creative Loafing photographer Joeff Davis spent 5 hours photographing abandoned Pullman Yard to make interactive 360-degree panoramas of the insides of old trains and about two-dozen rooms for you to look at and feel like you’re there.
In October I went to Sierra Leone to gather stories for CARE’s just published 2012 annual report. It was an amazing trip and I’m proud to be able to share the stories at last.
CARE’s sustainable agriculture program in Sierra Leone helped farmers eliminate their hungry season. With enough food to eat, they’re now able to save money, send their kids to school and plan for their futures.
For more information on CARE and how we’re ending the hungry season in some of the world’s poorest communities, please visit www.care.org/ar
And remember: sharing is CARE-ing.
Ice cream face (Taken with GifBoom)
Just posted a GIF (Taken with GifBoom)
Mathilde Photobombing Emmeline on Flickr.
Happy 14th birthday, Mathilde (aka Tallo) (by Andisheh Nouraee)
The day I met Mathilde - April 30, 1999 on Flickr.
14 years ago today, Mathilde showed up at my front door. This photo was taken a few minutes after we met. I think I was biting her because she was biting me.
Adelaide at Trish and Grandaddy’s pool on Flickr.
Emmeline relaxing in her swing on Flickr.
American, immigrants, Caucasian, Muslim, academic high-achievers, athletic, 9/11 truthers, have socially conservative views, smoke pot and like rap music.
The two latest suspects are a Hershey’s Miniature Assortment bag for people who only consume information that confirms their biases.