Angelica, Alejandro and Jasmina at the MAH Día de los Muertos Community Festival.
Copal is the resinous sap of a Mexican tree, burned as incense since the time of the Aztecs. The scent attracts spirits, drawing them home. It is also used to cleanse the area, and to ward off evil.
The procession to Evergreen Cementery.
Thanks to the Museum of Art and History and Viva Oaxaca for an exciting community event!
Posted on November 1st, 2015
Construction worker, 75th and Broadway, NYC.
Posted on September 7th, 2015
Here’s a few more from the 10th annual Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governors Island. This is Mike with his classic camera.
Leo, keeping cool on a hot August afternoon.
Posted on September 2nd, 2015
New room, new school, new city! Nice view too!
Posted on August 29th, 2015
On the Governors Island Ferry, headed to the 10th Annual Jazz Age Lawn Party. It was quite a scene. Thousands of people dressed in jazz age fashion, eating, drinking, dancing and being seen on a hot August afternoon. Alice, we’re not in Santa Cruz!
Posted on August 27th, 2015
An overcast, warm afternoon with a little rain falling. From left, Laila, Noor, Nabil and Mohammad, thanks for the photograph!
Posted on August 23rd, 2015
Taken at the O’lo Hui Nalu event a few weeks ago.
Posted on August 6th, 2015
Friendly and self-assured, Aziza spoke Arabic, French and Spanish. She and Olive got along famously moving back and forth from Spanish to French. Meeting her was one of the highlights of our time in Morocco.
Posted on June 25th, 2015
Don’t mess with Dad!
Posted on June 21st, 2015
The two of us were watching a group of skateboarders gyrate. When I asked, “Te puedo sacar una foto?” He said, “Si!”, picked up his dog and gave me this moment.
Posted on June 20th, 2015
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