By definition, a harvest, in relation to farming, is the process of gathering mature crops from the fields. It’s also where the term “reap” comes from. To reap is to cut the grain from the harvest, and it’s also where the line “we reap what … Read MoreWhat’s the Significance of the Harvest Season?
In episode 50 of Breaking Walls, we pay tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Norman Corwin with an uplifting audio piece in honor of our rights and duties as citizens of the United States of America. Among the cast are: Neil Armstrong Lucille … Read MoreBW – EP50: We The People—A Message for Unity in Honor of Dr. King and Norman Corwin
Thanks to today’s smartphone technology, most of us have a camera on our person at all times. The iPhone 7 shoots a maximum pixel depth in RAW of 3024 x 4032, or 10″ x 13.5″ at 300DPI. The camera has a 12MP rear-facing cameras with an aperture of … Read MoreStopping Time: New York in One-Point Perspective
New York City is such a wonderful place to photograph. I didn’t fully appreciate its awesome energy until I left Brooklyn for the Arizona desert in September of 2014. That time away from the coastline made me realize how close of a relationship my life had … Read More50 Images of life in New York City from the Last Year
Much ink has been spilled here on The WallBreakers about Norman Rockwell. I’ve always felt that Rockwell beautifully captured an idealistic version of Americana in his paintings. We could absolutely argue that because he wasn’t allowed to paint African Americans until his later years his version of Americana is mostly skewed. … Read More60 Iconic Norman Rockwell Saturday Evening Post Covers