Wolf's Growl
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Wolf's Growl
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newsweek:

For over fifteen months, on seven different trips, photojournalist Alex Fradkin has traveled to Fogo Island and the Inn on the Island.  Each time, he stepped onto a new landscape,  a different season and a complex sense of place that permeates this 400 million year old rocky outcrop in the North Atlantic.  It is an island of wildly varying moods, sudden dramatic changes in weather and light - a powerful place that leaves one humbled, profoundly moved and deeply wanting to return every time.  The character of the inn reveals itself in new ways with every season and shift of the light.  A dream for any photographer to get to fully explore this perfect harmony of structure and place.
See more of Fradkin’s pictures at Newsweek
newsweek:

For over fifteen months, on seven different trips, photojournalist Alex Fradkin has traveled to Fogo Island and the Inn on the Island.  Each time, he stepped onto a new landscape,  a different season and a complex sense of place that permeates this 400 million year old rocky outcrop in the North Atlantic.  It is an island of wildly varying moods, sudden dramatic changes in weather and light - a powerful place that leaves one humbled, profoundly moved and deeply wanting to return every time.  The character of the inn reveals itself in new ways with every season and shift of the light.  A dream for any photographer to get to fully explore this perfect harmony of structure and place.
See more of Fradkin’s pictures at Newsweek
newsweek:

For over fifteen months, on seven different trips, photojournalist Alex Fradkin has traveled to Fogo Island and the Inn on the Island.  Each time, he stepped onto a new landscape,  a different season and a complex sense of place that permeates this 400 million year old rocky outcrop in the North Atlantic.  It is an island of wildly varying moods, sudden dramatic changes in weather and light - a powerful place that leaves one humbled, profoundly moved and deeply wanting to return every time.  The character of the inn reveals itself in new ways with every season and shift of the light.  A dream for any photographer to get to fully explore this perfect harmony of structure and place.
See more of Fradkin’s pictures at Newsweek
newsweek:

For over fifteen months, on seven different trips, photojournalist Alex Fradkin has traveled to Fogo Island and the Inn on the Island.  Each time, he stepped onto a new landscape,  a different season and a complex sense of place that permeates this 400 million year old rocky outcrop in the North Atlantic.  It is an island of wildly varying moods, sudden dramatic changes in weather and light - a powerful place that leaves one humbled, profoundly moved and deeply wanting to return every time.  The character of the inn reveals itself in new ways with every season and shift of the light.  A dream for any photographer to get to fully explore this perfect harmony of structure and place.
See more of Fradkin’s pictures at Newsweek
newsweek:

For over fifteen months, on seven different trips, photojournalist Alex Fradkin has traveled to Fogo Island and the Inn on the Island.  Each time, he stepped onto a new landscape,  a different season and a complex sense of place that permeates this 400 million year old rocky outcrop in the North Atlantic.  It is an island of wildly varying moods, sudden dramatic changes in weather and light - a powerful place that leaves one humbled, profoundly moved and deeply wanting to return every time.  The character of the inn reveals itself in new ways with every season and shift of the light.  A dream for any photographer to get to fully explore this perfect harmony of structure and place.
See more of Fradkin’s pictures at Newsweek
newsweek:

For over fifteen months, on seven different trips, photojournalist Alex Fradkin has traveled to Fogo Island and the Inn on the Island.  Each time, he stepped onto a new landscape,  a different season and a complex sense of place that permeates this 400 million year old rocky outcrop in the North Atlantic.  It is an island of wildly varying moods, sudden dramatic changes in weather and light - a powerful place that leaves one humbled, profoundly moved and deeply wanting to return every time.  The character of the inn reveals itself in new ways with every season and shift of the light.  A dream for any photographer to get to fully explore this perfect harmony of structure and place.
See more of Fradkin’s pictures at Newsweek
newsweek:

For over fifteen months, on seven different trips, photojournalist Alex Fradkin has traveled to Fogo Island and the Inn on the Island.  Each time, he stepped onto a new landscape,  a different season and a complex sense of place that permeates this 400 million year old rocky outcrop in the North Atlantic.  It is an island of wildly varying moods, sudden dramatic changes in weather and light - a powerful place that leaves one humbled, profoundly moved and deeply wanting to return every time.  The character of the inn reveals itself in new ways with every season and shift of the light.  A dream for any photographer to get to fully explore this perfect harmony of structure and place.
See more of Fradkin’s pictures at Newsweek
newsweek:

For over fifteen months, on seven different trips, photojournalist Alex Fradkin has traveled to Fogo Island and the Inn on the Island.  Each time, he stepped onto a new landscape,  a different season and a complex sense of place that permeates this 400 million year old rocky outcrop in the North Atlantic.  It is an island of wildly varying moods, sudden dramatic changes in weather and light - a powerful place that leaves one humbled, profoundly moved and deeply wanting to return every time.  The character of the inn reveals itself in new ways with every season and shift of the light.  A dream for any photographer to get to fully explore this perfect harmony of structure and place.
See more of Fradkin’s pictures at Newsweek
newsweek:

For over fifteen months, on seven different trips, photojournalist Alex Fradkin has traveled to Fogo Island and the Inn on the Island.  Each time, he stepped onto a new landscape,  a different season and a complex sense of place that permeates this 400 million year old rocky outcrop in the North Atlantic.  It is an island of wildly varying moods, sudden dramatic changes in weather and light - a powerful place that leaves one humbled, profoundly moved and deeply wanting to return every time.  The character of the inn reveals itself in new ways with every season and shift of the light.  A dream for any photographer to get to fully explore this perfect harmony of structure and place.
See more of Fradkin’s pictures at Newsweek
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ccal:

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handsomedogs:

Nanook the jumping siberian. 
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dalyproof:

Sure, kittens are cute and all..but what about the love and wisdom of old dogs?
dalyproof:

Sure, kittens are cute and all..but what about the love and wisdom of old dogs?
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sexpansion:

Palo Alto (2014) dir. Gia Coppola
"You know Picasso drew fast, he could draw a dove in 16 seconds""But to do it in 16 seconds it took 6 decades of practice, technical skill is not enough, it’s never enough. He had to master the masters, before he was able to abandon what he learned and become Picasso."
sexpansion:

Palo Alto (2014) dir. Gia Coppola
"You know Picasso drew fast, he could draw a dove in 16 seconds""But to do it in 16 seconds it took 6 decades of practice, technical skill is not enough, it’s never enough. He had to master the masters, before he was able to abandon what he learned and become Picasso."
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aaronfeaver:

Fun shoot with the always amazing Bryden Jenkins in Venice yesterday. Styled by Chloe Chippendale, beauty by Claudia Michelle.
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