Missing the summertime a lot lately! I can’t wait to have the best summer! #hamjam #hamjamreunion #icantwaittohangwithallnyfranz
My grandmother’s photo album, early 1940s
(In two of the photos, she is operating a billing machine)
Julia and I discussed female Muppet performers today. The podcast will be out into your earholes soon… :) Clearly we missed talking about a few of them.
It ran a bit long. By… a lot? Over planning + us talking = getting off track a lot.
So we’re still tweeking the format and stuff.
I’m going to be late to work because I’ve been sitting here doing the “look up flights and hotels for amazing vacations you can’t afford” thing.
Magical Photographs Follow the Lives and Friendship of Two Argentine Girls
Alessandra Sanguinetti tells the story of two young girls living in a rural province south of Buenos Aires in book one of her ongoing series The Adventures of Guille and Belinda and the Enigmatic Meaning of their Dreams. The San Francisco-based Magnum photographer spent her childhood summers at her father’s farm, and found herself drawn to the sisters as they navigated their way from the innocence of childhood to the complexities of puberty—although not at first—Sanguinetti says of her subjects: “Beli and Guille were always running, climbing, chasing chickens and rabbits. Sometimes I’d take their picture just so they’d leave me alone and stop scaring the animals away, but mostly I would shoo them out of the frame. I was indifferent to them until the summer of 1999, when I found myself spending almost everyday with them. They were nine and ten years old then, and one day, instead of asking them to move aside, I let them stay.”