A janitor stopped Cruz with a request on Friday: “Tell the world we’re here,” he said, Cruz recounted. “Tell everyone we’re fighting. Tell everyone that can listen that we are going to make it.” --from today's @washingtonpost
We can help #puertorico . Here are some local on-the-ground organizations that are working to save lives -- Google them to give:
Fondos Unidos de Puerto Rico
Caritas Puerto Rico
Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico
Hurricane Maria Children’s Relief Fund
Maria & Irma: Puerto Rico Real-Time Recovery Fund ConPRmetidos
Styled a quick little vignette this morning before heading out to Charlotte. LET'S GO PANTHERS!!!!💙🏈🖤...sorry about that! 😜 I'm super excited for our first game of the season if you can't tell, we are HUGE fans! Anyone else have fun plans today? My only wish was that it wasn't going to be 85 degrees because that stadium is HOT, #firstworldproblems I know. Anyways, I hope everyone has a beautiful Sunday! 🙃
Featuring my #targetdollarspot#dollartree and #thriftstorefinds
✏🌈Oh that landscape design is so nice. Can I empty a box of tiny rainbow pencils on it and take a picture? Hehe. He does outsides, I do insides, he likes grey, I like the rainbow, he uses a ruler, I'm more free-hand, he keeps plants alive, I try to kill them, But it works. #oppositesattract
"En proceso" "In process" "Escenas detrás de las escenas". [Scenes behind the Scenes]
In this photo essay I approach the subject of "behind the scenes" with the intention, not so much to explain the elaboration of projects but to show the process of creation from a personal perspective.
This work rise based in a desire to transmit the experience from the physical and psychological point of view from the authorship, wanting to emphasize concrete moments of realization and special feelings transmitted by a collection of images that transmit dynamism in a "balanced imbalance”, random, by serendipity and intentional or abstract photos that document a subjective process.
The subjects that are part of it are both the dancers who collaborate and, myself, the photographer, with self portraits, and fractions of my body in the same shot as the dancer, thus evidencing a captured and frozen moments of the collaborative relationship in the process.
The effort and work of the dancers in the water, that becomes the medium and shared element that transforms the experience, in the same way that it curves, blends and modifies light and forms as well as creates pictorial chromatic aberrations in the images.
Visual implicit dynamics evince explicitly a constant movement and dynamism in underwater projects.