In his series, Created Equal, Detroit-born photographer Mark Laita explores social inequality by placing photos of US citizens who appear to be the opposites of each other (punks teens and Amish, for instance) side by side. The series took eight years to complete and is meant to show the “successes and failures that America has experienced in its short life.” Click through for a gallery of photos from Created Equal, discovered via Bored Panda, and visit Laita’s website for more info on the project and the book that came out of it.
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For some reason I’ve just spent way too much time looking through this site.
Things Organized Neatly. (Thanks Jennifer.)
Back at Internet Librarian 2012 I spent some time at the farmer’s market practicing my street photography. I snapped a photo of this guy because I liked his hat. When going through my photos I noticed something that I’d not noticed at the time: his © tattoo just behind his ear. Had I noticed...Read more →
Last night I installed the Windows 8 Consumer Preview via VMWare player. Along the way I took photos of the screen so you can get an idea of the process. Overall it was an extremely painless process and took all of about 15 minutes. (Of course, YMMV based on your computer’s specs.) Created with...Read more →