Survivors: Age and isolation

Published November 10, 2013 | No responses yet
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One of the great things about living in downtown Montreal is I always pass by at least a dozen galleries on the way home, and one of these is FOFA Gallery at Concordia University. Earlier this week, I decided to take a look at some of the new work being showcased as part of the
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Marzieh Ghiasi

How do you get a polar bear cub to wave at you?

Published March 10, 2012 | No responses yet
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I stumbled on the works of nature conservation photographer Thomas Mangelsen and spent the last half of an hour staring mesmerized at my screen. This one (below) I had to show to everyone within a 5km radius. Mangelsen describes how he captured the incredible photo of a family of polar bears in Manitoba, and his
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Marzieh Ghiasi

Japan’s Tragedy

Published March 18, 2011 | One response so far
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Boston Globe’s Big Picture has posted some incredible, harrowing and heartbreaking photos from Japan in this past week. I admire the way photojournalists have been able to, in the wake of this tragedy, capture the fleeting, transient moments that make life and death. Momoko Onodera prays at an evacuation center as she talks about her
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Marzieh Ghiasi