Not one for binge-watching, but spent all last night with “Chernobyl” for the first time… & it was dreadfully amazing.

I could probably find a better description for the HBO mini-series, but that's what's come up after I went to bed to kind of mull over my impressions of what I'd seen. As a history-buff, anything based on a true story is pretty well up for the viewing, especially if I've read up on the … Continue reading Not one for binge-watching, but spent all last night with “Chernobyl” for the first time… & it was dreadfully amazing.

America Through The Lens: Photographers Who Changed the Nation, by Martin W. Sandler

My Copy: 9780805073676 (image from goodreads.com) I remember getting this book from a museum photography workshop, and it's been on my shelf since. Part biographical collection, part history of photography, America Through the Lens is a great introduction to the American fascination--and need--for visual images. It's not comprehensive by any stretch of the imagination, and … Continue reading America Through The Lens: Photographers Who Changed the Nation, by Martin W. Sandler