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Palo Alto Photo Forum – Ed Kashi

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My friend, Federica, put on an amazing event through her Palo Alto Photo Forum with photographer, Ed Kashi.

Ed is an amazing photojournalist who documents sociopolitical issues. The breadth of his experience could never fit in a post, but a few of his books include: The Protestants: No Surrender, When the Borders Bleed: The Struggle of the Kurds, Aging in America, Denied: The Crisis of America’s Uninsured, Curse of the Black Gold: 50 Years of Oil in the Niger Delta, Three, and Photojournalisms.

Thanks Fede, for a very well organized event, complete with food, beer, and bubbly! And thanks, Ed, for a truly inspiring evening.

Braving Crissy Field in the Cold

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It was a cold afternoon in San Francisco, but this was an intrepid couple. We laughed a lot, shivered a little, and had fun.  The rain held off until the very end. We ducked under cover for the last few minutes for  some “bunker studio” fun.