It’s easy to lose sight of some of life’s simple pleasures when you’re mired in the politics of a land you’re forbidden to enter. But every now and again we deserve to be reminded of just how beautifully the sea sparkles in the Gaza Strip, or just how high the rainbows over the West Bank’s grassy hills can go, or just how easy it is to visualize the earthy way of life in villages wiped away in 1948.
Source: Sixteen Minutes to Palestine
Selfie, 1920s style with photographers of the Byron Company getting together for a portrait on the roof of Marceau’s photography studio in NYC. Below is a photograph of some of them, featuring L-R: Uncle Joe Byron, Pirie MacDonald, Colonel Marceau, Pop Core, and Ben Falk. (via the MCNY blog)