Tag Archives: photo essays

Work, and Play

Installation work by Jesse Peck

A photo essay.

The “Game On!” theme of this year’s City-Wide Open Studios has meant lots of games to play, especially last weekend at the expansive Goffe Street Armory. …

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Secret Garden

A photo essay.

Editor’s Note: The exact address of this story’s subject has been withheld for privacy reasons.

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On the Outs

A photo essay.

Of summer’s many symbols, the most American is baseball. Not major or minor league; not varsity or little league; but sandlot-style ball—raw, disorganized, unkempt baseball. …

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Grand Opening

Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library

In May 2015, the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library closed to students and the public.

Today, after a 16-month renovation, it reopens. …

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Bookish Marks

A photo essay.

“Quirky is what we do.”

Ann Marlowe, a volunteer with the Institute Library, was speaking off the cuff, but she wasn’t kidding. …

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Whale Water

David S. Ingalls Rink, a.k.a. The Whale

Last Sunday, The Whale got wet—not from ocean but from rain, blasted out of the great blowhole in the sky. …

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Peace and Riot

A photo essay.

A firework explosion is loud and quick.

But a photo of a firework explosion can be quiet and still…

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Capturing the Flag

A photo essay.

A raised flag isn’t just a thing you see. It’s also a thing you hear, at least when there’s a good breeze. …

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Power Walk

A photo essay.

The courtyard off College just south of South Frontage is a surreal bit of trickery. …

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Silver Linings

A photo essay.

All through Milford’s Silver Sands are silver strands: a long grayscale bridge over wet marsh; tall, reflective grasses; the crests of tiny waves hitting beach or sandbar…

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