Articles Tagged with: Children
Alfred Eisenstadt | Puppet Show, Paris

Caption from Life Magazine:

A puppet show of St. George slaying the dragon evokes deep (and ranging!) emotions among French children in 1963. Clearly they share their country’s passion for the arts, Jan 01, 1963.

French Puppet Show, 1963 © Alfred Eisenstaedt./Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images

French Puppet Show, 1963 © Alfred Eisenstaedt./Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images

Snippet from the proof sheet:

PARIS, FRANCE - MAY 01 Photo: Alfred Eisenstaedt/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images May 01, 1963

PARIS, FRANCE - MAY 01 Photo: Alfred Eisenstaedt/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images May 01, 1963


Sofia Aristotelis

Things happen, the day grows older, measured in moments and the mundane minutiae of right now; there are tasks, events, drama, weddings, the accumulation of responsibilities and obligations, all of these pile up on top of each other and account for the passage of time.

And then sometimes, sometimes, a child wanders in, oblivious, magical, barely held down by gravity to this earth, in a complete pre-Copernican world, the sun revolving around them and only them, strewing charm, wonder, and flower petals in their wake.

Sofia Aristotelis, Dan & Heather's wedding, Nikon F5, 80-200mm, Kodak Tri-X

Sofia Aristotelis, Dan & Heather's wedding, Nikon F5, 80-200mm, Kodak Tri-X

Sofia Aristotelis, Dan & Heather's wedding, Nikon F5, 80-200mm, Kodak Tri-X

Sofia Aristotelis, Dan & Heather's wedding, Nikon F5, 80-200mm, Kodak Tri-X

Sofia Aristotelis, Dan & Heather's wedding, Nikon F5, 80-200mm, Kodak Tri-X

Sofia Aristotelis, Dan & Heather's wedding, Nikon F5, 80-200mm, Kodak Tri-X

Sofia Aristotelis, Dan & Heather's wedding, Nikon F5, 80-200mm, Kodak Tri-X

Sofia Aristotelis, Dan & Heather's wedding, Nikon F5, 80-200mm, Kodak Tri-X


Born Yogis | Korean Edition
The cover of the Korean edition of <i>Born Yogis</i> © Susie Arnett, Doug Kim

The cover of the Korean edition of Born Yogis © Susie Arnett, Doug Kim

I just received the Korean edition of our book Born Yogis in the mail yesterday. It is awesome on many levels.

First, the design aesthetic has changed to a high-end slick Asian magazine look, which is the photos presented plainly with very clean black text on white pages.

Second, the biggest surprise is that they took Ely off the cover and put Soul on instead. But then again, it is an Asian market so the exotic white baby with a bit of a Topanga ‘fro will market well. I apologize for the dirty scans but well, I was using a dirty scanner.

Still waiting for the Russian edition. And a copy of the German edition, come to think of it. More to come!

Kelly, from the Korean edition of <i>Born Yogis</i> © Susie Arnett, Doug Kim

Kelly, from the Korean edition of Born Yogis © Susie Arnett, Doug Kim

Forrest, from the Korean edition of <i>Born Yogis</i> © Susie Arnett, Doug Kim

Forrest, from the Korean edition of Born Yogis © Susie Arnett, Doug Kim


Go into the gaps

Go into the gaps. If you can find them; they shift and vanish too.
Stalk the gaps. Squeak into a gap in the soil, turn and unlock—more
than a maple—a universe. This is how you spend the afternoon, and
tomorrow morning, and tomorrow afternoon. Spend the afternoon. You
can’t take it with you.

Annie Dillard, Pilgrim at Tinker Creek

Hanoi, Nikon F5, 35-70mm, Agfa APX 400

Hanoi, Nikon F5, 35-70mm, Agfa APX 400 © Doug Kim