Category Archives: photography

An early fall?

If this photo, taken today at the entrance to the Toledo Zoo, is any indicator, fall might get here early this year. (Please make it so!) Advertisements

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Mishawaka, Indiana

On a drive to Chicago on Tuesday, my family and I made a stretch-our-legs break in Mishawaka, IN., located about 10 miles east of South Bend. Enjoy a few photos.

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No country throws a “parade” like North Korea does

Check out the Guardian’s photo essay detailing the celebration in North Korea that followed a successful ICBM test. No word whether the celebration was at all tempered by President Trump’s claim that a “very severe” response from the West was … Continue reading

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A photo essay from Russia

I wish that I had been the one there to take these wonderful pictures. Enjoy.

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So, Moretti…just how much snow did you see on your train ride to New York on Tuesday

Well, I’m glad you asked. Here’s a snowpet…uh, snippet of some of the pictures I took:

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Rarely seen: Life in Pyongyang’s metro system

CNN has the details. Buried 100 meters (328 feet) underground, the Pyongyang Metro is one of the deepest commuter systems in the world. It’s also one of the world’s most mysterious.

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Remember the National Geographic “green-eyed” Afghan girl?

That teenager is now a mother and back in her native Afghanistan. And the pain is etched all over her face. DW.com has the story. Sharbat Gula, the woman who became famous for gracing the cover of National Geographic as … Continue reading

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