Coming of age in Brooklyn, N. Y. the only coal I remember seeing was as a very young boy when the coal truck came and coal was sent down a chute into the coal bin of our apartment building. The superintendent would roll out cans of ash for collection days later. This did not last long as oil became the fuel of choice.
See Martin Niemöller (1892-1984).
If you thought that the film “The Hummingbird Project” (2018) was pure fiction think again. Reported in today’s Wall Street Journal (1/28/20) “High Speeds Seen Increasing Costs Of Stock Trading”. Worth paying attention to as the practice impacts on all of us. Our contribution to this conversation is “Stock Traders“; Manhattan, New York City (April 11, 1989). Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Suggest that you watch the presentation on the ceremony of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1t_h6135OM=.
“Barbed Wire Fence“; Oswiecim, Poland (March 14, 1979).
In October 2018 I underwent a triple bypass open heart operation. I was hospitalized for almost a week. I was moved into a private room after spending time in intensive care. The night before I was to leave the staff asked me if I would not mind if they moved another patient into my room so I would be then sharing the room. He had not long to live and I said of course.
As you know we are in the business of licensing images for reproduction to the media. The cost of the license is based on various criteria such as size of image, placement, circulation and so forth. However, you are still in possession of this hi res image following its intended distribution. We suggest a secondary application, “wall art”. Read more…
As if you still need to be informed. In monetary wealth perhaps but not in spirit. We present two different scenes taken in 1937 in the midst of the Great Depression. Above is “1935 Ford 3 Window Coupe“; U. S. (September 8,1937). A young couple share a moment on a quiet Sunday. Note the rumble seat.
“Death From Above” – one of the 82nd Airborne Division’s mottos. Pray for our troops. Full collection of “Letters From Vietnam“.