Archives For life
Photography: Hideaki Hamada’s Family Photos.
“My children are not only my little darlings but off-shoots of myself. When I look at them, I have a strange feeling – as if I am watching myself re-living my life. What I want to show is their “living form”.”
Meredith Gran’s Octopus Pie is one of my favourite ongoing stories around, comic or otherwise.
“Eve Ning is a grumpy post-college New Yorker who works at an organic grocery store. She can’t imagine the people in her life being any more annoying. Turns out they can and always are.”
Gran’s art has evolved beautifully over the years, and the story rolls from strength to strength.
Get on it, and start from the start.
Photography: My Own.
I don’t really know what I’m doing with a camera. That’s not modesty; I literally have no idea what any of the settings on my Panasonic Lumix GF1 do.
And that’s fine. It’s only fun, it’s not a career path. I hope you enjoy the shots you see here, though. Continue Reading…
Video: One Family, No Car.
Here’s a quick 1m30s video that visits a family of four in Vancouver, kicking through life with no car.
Feet, train, bus and bike, that’s all this quartet needs, and I love that. Cars are a major part of my life – I write about them for a living – but when it comes to daily commuting, even I prefer to bike.
Traffic is hell on the mind and it ain’t much good for the environment, we all know that. Bikes 4 lyf yo.
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