I recently had the privilege to link up with comedian/ Radio personality Rasheed Kennedy for a photoshoot! Great experience. The video is clips of us working together.
Working or attending Talladega College on a daily basis will make you forget how beautiful the landscape really is. Take the time to notice the beautiful natural elements around you. Don't get caught up in paying bill and drama too much to enjoy life.
On July 22, 1975, photograph Stanley J. Forman working for the Boston Herald American newspaper when a police scanner picked up an emergency: “Fire on Marlborough Street!”
Climbed on a the fire truck, Forman shot the picture of a young woman, Diana Bryant, and a very young girl, Tiare Jones when they fell helplessly. Diana Bryant was pronounced dead at the scene. The young girl lived. Despite a heroic effort, the fireman who tried to grab them had been just seconds away from saving the lives of both.
Photo coverage from the tragic event garnered Stanley Forman a Pulitzer Prize. But more important, his work paved the way for Boston and other states to mandate tougher fire safety codes.
Is it awesome or horrible that an event like this was captured on camera?
This picture was taken today in Anniston, Alabama of my old house that I grew up in. It has not been altered or manipulated in any way besides being cropped and zooming in. Seems to me that there are two ghostly nun type figures staring out at me. Looks like an adult and a child looking up at the adult asking a question. I was very frightened after reviewing this pic. What do you think?
NOTE: The house has been empty for over 10 years now. No one was in the house at the time of this photograph.
Today I chose to showcase the photography work from a historic viewpoint. Doesn't really matter where the pictures come from. This site is here to showcase art in ALL FORMS. Unedited and UNCUT.
The image of firefighter Chris Fields holding the dying infant Baylee Almon won the Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography in 1996.Two people, Lester LaRue and Charles Porter, standing just three feet apart took almost the same image yet it was Charles Porter’s image that won the Pulitzer.
At 9:02, on April 19, 1995, Gulf War vet, Timothy McVeigh detonated 4,800 lbs of fertilizer and fuel oil. The resulting blast destroyed the Alfred P. Murrah Federal government Building and killed 168 people. The bombing, largest act of domestic terrorism, in America, shattered pre-911 Americaâ€™s innocence.
As the fires raged rescue services and bystanders rushed to pull victims out of the twisted wreckage. Sifting through the rubble police officer, Sgt. John Avera found a small half buried body. Shouting. “I have a critical infant! I have a critical infant!” he thrust the, 1-year-old Baylee Almon into the arms of nearby firefighter Oklahoma City fire Capt. Chris Fields.
Short Film shot and edited by Elias Dabit of Elias Dabit Photography.
This oil panting rendered photograph describes the exact state of humanity at the moment. Physically we are not doing this but as far as our souls go; we need help. We are in agony looking up to our great architect of the universe for his grace and mercy. So much crime, so much hatred, and so many lies have corrupted us. We no longer see the big picture of serving him. All we do is chase this lifestyle we see on reality TV shows. Agree? Disagree? Comment what you think.
The #Bombchele team working hard this weekend to prepare the bride and bridesmaid for the wedding. All photo credit to R.A.I.G.
There are things every man feels he can't live without. Technology, firearms, and liquor. These are materialistic pleasures that we think we need to survive. Every man should be striving to rid his soul of these desires. I admit I am striving and praying for help with this. God knows I love my pistol and Crown Royal.