Ground fog cloak creeps,
Sunset sky streaks vermillion,
A breath before night.
How do we continue to remember and learn from the worlds incredible people and momentous moments in history when they just keep piling up on each other?
Iconic images of a not-to-be-forgotten man and the courageous woman who captured this moment and a world in turmoil with her camera.
Mahatma Gandhi photographed by Margaret Bourke-White, 1946
Self portrait of Margaret Bourke-White, 1947, from the Sander Family Collection.
Gandhi’s deal with Bourke-White? She had to learn to use the spinning wheel before he would allow her to photograph him.
Have you ever seen
A sky so crystalline blue
It makes the clouds dance?
How many fall walks
with you, my love, are distilled
In this perfect day?
New with every dawn,
Every day the world reborn.
We begin again.
A sweet morning mist.
Still sotted with summer, the
Goose flight brings a chill.
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