Re-enlistments – oh, re-enlistments. It’s a time one makes the decision to be trapped and have little control over his life for a few more years -just kidding. Actually, it’s an event in which enlisted personnel decide to give a few more years to the Army in service to his or her country. There seemed [...]
Upon arrival to Afghanistan in January, the view of the landscape was a bit bleak. The foliage was bare, as was the overall landscape. The temperature during the day was somewhat moderate, ranging from the 30′s to 40′s during the day, and then of course dipping below freezing during the night.
4th Platoon was getting [...]
Welcome to Project ASIA (American Soldier In Afghanistan). http://www.treadwellimages.com/-/galleries/portfolios/project-asia
Project ASIA is a photographic essay about the American Soldiers who are deployed to southern Afghanistan and the environment in which they work and live. It gives a visual perspective into the individual and collective subject [...]
Coming April 15th 2013! Treadwell Images presents Project ASIA (American Soldiers in Afghanistan). A photographic essay about American Soldiers deployed to southern Afghanistan, as well as the people and landscape of the region. It is meant to put faces to stories and give context to abstracts. It is meant to visually share with you a [...]
Original Source: The Huffington Post | By Priscilla Frank Posted: 01/20/2013 12:27 am EST | Updated: 01/21/2013 8:39 am EST
When street photographer Garry Winogrand passed away unexpectedly at 56 years old, he left behind approximately 250,000 images he’d never even seen. Because the extremely prolific photographer delayed editing his images, his oeuvre remained largely [...]
“He was… a photographer of such authority and originality that his work remains a benchmark against which much of the most sophisticated contemporary photography measures itself. The pictures that he made… are seductively and deceptively simple, wholly poised, reticent, dense with experience, mysterious, and pure.”
Located at the foothills of a 35 million year old mountain range known as the Organ Mountains is an area that is now called Dripping Springs. It is located north of El Paso and next to Las Cruces. The area was settled as early as 9000 B.C. and in the mid-1500′s the region was claimed [...]
Now that I am living in the southwestern U.S., I have an opportunity to see what the Southwest has to offer.
Living in El Paso, TX means that one of the most amazing sights in the world is a short drive from me. I have heard people at work talk about Alamogordo, where White Sands [...]
The Nuremberg Opera House
While living in Germany, I would often go to Nuremberg. It’s a wonderful city, not too big, not too small, filled with wonderful architecture, plenty of restaurants, cafes, and bakeries. Overall, just a great city. I’ve walked the streets of this city many times and walked by the theater district. I’ve [...]
These are great photographs, they really give you a feeling of being there. Simply fantastic.
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