Sunday, July 12, 2020

Photography

38th and Chicago by Ruby Stillman

38th and Chicago

"When I captured these moments, I had no idea of the ripple effect this protest would have or of the revolution that would ensue."
Labels by Annie Poole

Labels

We all get labeled, but how often are we right in our judgement of others?
Peeking by Julie Edelstein

Peeking

That magic moment of capturing a wild animal as it captures you...

Sunflower

A photograph that captures what's important: maintaining hope and facing towards the light.
Called to Action by Aliza Abusch-Magder

Called to Action

In honor of the anniversary of March for Our Lives, one student looks back at the tragedies that continue to haunt us today.
Camouflage by Aiydin Levin

Camouflage

The incredible skill and cunning of wildlife is captured through the lens of this photographer.

Without Earth, There is No Rain

Photographers submit their photos to represent the earth and all its splendor in honor of Tu B'shvat.
Anxiety by Aidyn Levin

Anxiety

Photographer Aidyn Levin depicts what anxiety can look and feel like.

Demands

It's been three years since the first Women's March, and we are still fighting...
In the Wind by Elise Anstey

In the Wind

Photographer Elise Anstey captures the movement of nature.
New Hampshire by Lyla Waitman

New Hampshire

Every year this budding photographer captures the two months she gets to spend in beautiful New Hampshire...
A Tree to Sit Under and Where the Waves Go by Lila Hruby

A Tree to Sit Under and Where the Waves Go

Photography has a way of making fleeting moments permanent by taking us back there to a single moment...

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