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The Portfolio: Simphiwe Majozi

The photographer uses the medium to connect with aspects of Zulu spiritual practices The post The Portfolio: Simphiwe Majozi appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Family, Photography, Ancestors, Friday, The Portfolio, Inhlambululo, Ukundlulisela, Simphiwe Majozi


Vintage 1970's photo... my Dad was so cool (Mom, too)!

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Tags: Family, Photography, Cool, Anthropology, Vintage


‘I see people ageing - I don’t always see us’: one family, 30 years, 30 photographs

It was a simple idea: one family, photographed at the same time every year. Zed Nelson has traced Sue and Frank’s transition from new parents to grandparents. What’s it like to see your life pass in front of you?In the summer of 1991, photographer Zed Nelson, then 25, invited a couple of new parents he was acquainted with to visit his London studio. Oh, and bring your baby, he said. At the time he had ambitions to be a travelling photojournalist. Within the year, he would fly out on the first of...
Tags: Family, Photography, London, Life and style, Culture, Art and design, Parents and parenting, Ageing, Eddie, Nelson, Frank, Zed Nelson, Sue Frank


‘I’d like to think my daughter is proud’: the life of single parents – in pictures

When photographer Polly Braden became a single mother, she set out to capture the unique joys and frustrations faced by other lone parents in the UKOn 14 February 2012, Fran took her two children, both aged under five, and left her partner of 10 years. Their relationship had broken down. “He went to work. By the time he came back, we’d gone. We took no clothes, nothing. We just walked. I went into a photo booth and took a photograph of the three of us: I call it my liberation photo. I never look...
Tags: Family, Photography, Children, Life and style, Society, Poverty, Culture, Art and design, Parents and parenting, Polly Braden


Saturday Morning Minions Trailer: Illumination’s First Original Digital Series

Saturday mornings just got fun again! Illumination has unveiled their very first original digital series, Saturday Morning Minions, in a new trailer announcing the series will debut on June 5 at 7:00 a.m. PT. Every Saturday for the next 40 Saturdays a new episode of the digital series will drop. You can watch by following Illumination on Facebook and Instagram and turn on post notifications to catch every single episode each week through March 2022. Check out the Saturday Morning Minions traile...
Tags: Facebook, Family, Video, Comedy, TV, Movies, Instagram, Kung Fu, Russell Brand, TV News, Streaming, Chris Renaud, Gru, Pierre Coffin, Voice, Michelle Yeoh


Bill Gates spotted for the first time since his split from Melinda in an Instagram picture with his daughter Jennifer

Bill Gates and Jennifer Gates attend Global Champions Tour of Monaco at Port de Hercule in Monte-Carlo, Monaco, on June 30, 2018. fotopress/Getty Images Bill Gates appeared on his daughter Jennifer's Instagram story on Thursday evening. The picture is the first of the billionaire since announcing his divorce to his wife, Melinda Gates. "Nothing better than quality time with family members," Jennifer, 25, captioned the image. See more stories on Insider's business page. Bill Gates a...
Tags: Family, News, Instagram, California, Trends, Divorce, Bill Gates, News UK, Monaco, People Magazine, Melinda Gates, Gates, Jennifer, Melinda, Jeffrey Epstein, Monte Carlo Monaco


Instagram for kids – the social media site no one asked for

Facebook has been busy developing a child-friendly social media platform. But why are US lawmakers so unhappy?Name: Instagram for kids.Age: That is very much the question. How old are you? Old enough to be reading this pass notes, I hope. Continue reading...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Family, Instagram, US, Social Media, Parents and parenting


A maddening grief: my year of miscarriages and how I got through it

Navigating an uncharted landscape, I found solace in an unlikely placeAfter my third consecutive miscarriage I began baking bread.This was 2019, a year and change before quarantine boredom ignited a sourdough craze that lit up everyone’s lockdown Instagram feeds with images of fresh and hot loaves. Continue reading...
Tags: Family, Instagram, Pregnancy, Life and style, Health & wellbeing, Death and dying, Parents and parenting, Baking


Inside the turbulent personal life of Elon Musk, who's been divorced three times, dated Hollywood stars, and now has a 1-year-old baby with musician Grimes

Grimes, left, and Elon Musk attend the Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in May 2018. Charles Sykes/AP Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has had a headline-grabbing personal life over the years. He has five sons from his first marriage and has been divorced three times. These days, Musk is dating the musician Grimes - the couple had a baby together last spring. See more stories on Insider's business page. In 2010, Elon Musk said he would "rather stick a fork in my ...
Tags: Transportation, Family, Spacex, Elon Musk, Hollywood, Texas, Families, Marriage, Instagram, California, Relationships, Time, Los Angeles, Trends, Tech, Tesla


A little girl climbing the tree of life: Luis Tato’s best photograph

‘She climbed to the top unaided, to collect leaves for her family’s dinner. The tastiest ones are usually higher up’The vast Zinder region in Niger, west Africa, is the most populated part of the country. Its people live mostly in traditional villages, their lives relatively unchanged for decades. Yet they are now being profoundly affected by climate change. I was there in 2019, working on stories about the crisis, reforestation and resilience projects. Most of the region’s inhabitants make thei...
Tags: Family, Photography, Children, Climate Change, Africa, Environment, Culture, Art and design, Trees and forests, Awards and prizes, Niger, Baobab, Sony World Photography Awards, Zinder, Luis Tato, Malawama She


A cartoon before first communion: Susan Kandel’s best photograph

‘Left to her own devices, she’d be in a T-shirt and out in the dirt. But she’s been told to be good, stand still and not mess up her dress’This photo was easy because this is my niece, who’s getting ready for her first communion. Her normal state was to be very active, never stationary for more than a minute. Left to her own devices, she’d be wearing a T-shirt and probably out there in the dirt. What I see in this picture is that she’s been told to be good, stand still and not mess up her dress....
Tags: Family, Photography, Religion, Culture, Art and design, Catholicism, Christianity, Stoughton Massachusetts, Art and design books, Susan Kandel


Instagram adds new teen safety tools as competition with TikTok heats up

Earlier this year, TikTok made an update to its privacy settings and defaults to further lock down the app for its teenage users. This morning, Instagram followed suit with teen-focused privacy updates of its own. But the Facebook-owned social app didn’t choose to add more privacy to teen accounts by default, as TikTok did — it largely made it more difficult for adults to interact with the app’s teen users. The company said it’s rolling out new safety features that would restrict adult users fro...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Apps, Family, Instagram, Teens, Privacy, Safety, Parents, Social Media, Tech, Mobile Applications, A.I, Tiktok


My Homemade 2021 Planner + Free Printables!

Hello my friends and Happy New Year! I hope you and your loved ones are all safe and well. :-) As I announced yesterday on my Instagram and Facebook, I have posted links to all my 2021 planning sheets - at long last! I have them all pinned at the top of this page - which, you might have noticed, has gotten a bit of a makeover ... New year, new design! Anyhoo - my apologies for getting my planning sheets up so very late this year. My hope was to post the PDFs last weekend, but computer ...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Family, Instagram, Xerox, Office Supplies, Cvs, Homeschooling, Printables, Calendars & Planners, Living in Season, Papercrafting, Seasonal Planning, My Homemade Planner


Kicking Off the 12 Drinks Of Christmas! Different Sips + Recipes Every Day! Welcome to DAY 1 + Tap 357 Whiskeys!

This is cocktail series that I inaugurated back in 2004. Called the 12 Drinks of Christmas, you will see a different sip (or sips) each day. Sometimes it’s just one brand of wine or spirits, or a collection of cocktails from one bar or restaurant or mixologist. Not only sharing established brands but also new […] The post Kicking Off the 12 Drinks Of Christmas! Different Sips + Recipes Every Day! Welcome to DAY 1 + Tap 357 Whiskeys! first appeared on LA-Story.com.
Tags: Photos, Twitter, Family, Featured, Shopping, Women, Lifestyle, Holiday, Events, Entrepreneurs, Strategy, Social Media, Seo, Going Green, Beverages, Art and design


Covid-19 Has Closed Many Restaurants in So. CA. Here’s a Way to Help Those Out of Work!

  For the holiday season, non-profit Long Beach Food & Beverage is partnering with Accountability PAC to solicit donations to purchase gifts for laid of or furloughed restaurant employees and their families for the holidays. Accountability PAC   was recently involved in a  march in Belmont Shore about the closure of restaurants’ outdoor dining.   Please […] The post Covid-19 Has Closed Many Restaurants in So. CA. Here's a Way to Help Those Out of Work! first appeared on LA-Story.com. ...
Tags: Photos, Family, Featured, California, Restaurants, Women, Charity, Lifestyle, Events, Entrepreneurs, Strategy, Social Media, Seo, Going Green, Marketing Strategy, Art and design


Photographer Catherine Panebianco: ‘These are my family pictures, but they’re every family’s story’

Her father’s Christmas Day tradition of showing his old slides to the family inspired Panebianco’s award-winning series, which connects tender memories to the presentWhen US photographer Catherine Panebianco was a child, her family moved around North America a lot: by the time she entered high school she had had maybe 10 different homes – “in Pennsylvania, Georgia, a couple places in California, two places in New York…”. One constant, though, was a set of photographic slides. Her father, Glenn, ...
Tags: Family, Photography, New York, California, US, Toronto, Culture, Art and design, North America, Glenn, Pennsylvania Georgia, Catherine Panebianco, Panebianco


Teenage dreamers: growing up in rural Argentina – in pictures

Guille and Belinda are two cousins who spent their summers dreaming of becoming famous singers – then love and motherhood arrived Continue reading...
Tags: Family, Photography, Friendship, Women, Americas, Culture, Art and design, Argentina, Young People, Belinda, Guille, Art and design books


3 Big Truths to Raise Resilient Kids (& Be Resilient Ourselves) & What We All Need To Wing Through 2020

Right in the midst of a mess of storms brooding everywhere we turn, our hens take to brooding a clutch of eggs, and to say we stumbled into a miracle of sorts wouldn’t be clutching at straws. It was somewhere about the middling to end of July that our 4 fowl ladies, Daisy and Sadie, Haddie and Lady, they took up nesting like it was nobody’s business, and our rooster, Strut, well, he took to what he does best, strutting around the coop as cocky as well, yeah, you guessed it — a rooster.   ...
Tags: Facebook, Books, Family, Instagram, Children, China, Religion, Faith, Zondervan, Haddie, Holy of Holies, Lovey, Bible Reading, Levi Voskamp, Levi Voskamp Levi Voskamp Levi Voskamp, Mother Bird


The girls and women fighting to stop child marriage – photo essay

Five women affected by child marriage tell their stories – and of their struggles to protect others Text and photographs by Thom PierceTwelve million girls are married every year before they reach 18, according to UN estimates. And in its first set of global statistics on child marriage rates among boys, the UN found one in 30 young men were married as children.Advances have been made, however. Ending child marriage by 2030 is a target in the UN’s set of sustainable development goals, and many c...
Tags: Family, Photography, Marriage, Women, Society, World news, Global development, Un, Child marriage, United Nations Population Fund, Women's rights and gender equality, Thom PierceTwelve


Steve Aoki: Creativity, Community and No Days Off

Society would have us believe that we’re just supposed to know what we’re meant to do in our life, but it’s not true. It’s only through action – taking small steps every day – that the bigger picture is revealed. That is something that my guest, Steve Aoki, shares on this episode of the show. He’s one of the most prolific, renowned DJ and music producers in the world. He’s been nominated for multiple Grammys and known for his high-impact experiential live performances. Steve is also the founder ...
Tags: Family, Photography, Podcast, Diy, Sleep, Relationships, Music Industry, Dj, Creativity, Steve, Steve Aoki, Hard Work, Self-care, Skate Culture, chasejarvisLIVE, CreativeLive CreativeLive


Kids now spend nearly as much time watching TikTok as YouTube in US, UK and Spain

A new study on kids’ app usage and habits indicates a major threat to YouTube’s dominance, as kids now split their time between Google’s online video platform and other apps, like TikTok, Netflix and mobile games like Roblox. Kids ages four to 15 now spend an average of 85 minutes per day watching YouTube videos, compared with 80 minutes per day spent on TikTok. The latter app also drove growth in kids’ social app use by 100% in 2019 and 200% in 2020, the report found. The data in the annual rep...
Tags: Google, Mobile, Facebook, Apps, Family, Video, Games, Kids, Instagram, Parents, Youtube, Time, Trends, Tech, Spain, Netflix


Kids now spend nearly as much time watching TikTok as YouTube in U.S., U.K. and Spain

A new study on kids’ app usage and habits indicates a major threat to YouTube’s dominance, as kids now split their time between Google’s online video platform and other apps, like TikTok, Netflix, and mobile games like Roblox. Kids ages 4 to 15 now spend an average of 85 minutes per day watching YouTube videos, compared with 80 minutes per day spent on TikTok. The latter app also drove growth in kids’ social app use by 100% in 2019 and 200% in 2020, the report found. The data in the annual repor...
Tags: Google, Mobile, Facebook, Apps, Family, Video, Games, Kids, Instagram, Parents, Youtube, Time, Trends, Tech, Spain, Netflix


Enjoy Life’s Simple Pleasures! 21st Amendment Brewery Welcomes You To An Island Oasis (in a CAN!)

 Check out this new Ale from 21st Amendment Brewery!   Come Enjoy Life’s Simple Pleasures!! 21st Amendment Brewery Welcomes You To An Island Oasis (In A Can): TROPICAL SPARK-ALE!     Even as we become more comfortable with social distancing and local mandates, summer is still on rolling out on our doorstep and everyone is […]
Tags: Photos, Twitter, Family, Featured, Women, Lifestyle, Summer, San Francisco, Entrepreneurs, Social Media, Seo, Going Green, Marketing Strategy, Gifts, Beverages, Art and design


Visitors

My Daughter in Law and Granddaughter are visiting us from Texas (this was before we all went into isolation. They were told to do self isolation when they returned to the States.) The first thing we did was walk from our place to the Eiffel Tower. A view with the Eiffel Tower behind the carousel. The Seine is running high as you can see. The ducks are in an area you can usually walk on and no boats are running as they can’t get under the bridge. We showed them the Statue of Li...
Tags: Travel, Photos, Family, Texas, Paris, Flooding, Eiffel Tower, Napoleon, Seine, Beaugrenelle


Tea @ Dawn's ~ Early Spring Ponderings + Free Printables!

Hello my friends, and Happy March! Well, despite its extra day, February really seemed to fly by - and here we are beginning a new season. In the liturgical world, Lent began last week and in the natural realm, we are just 18 days away from the start of spring. (This year the equinox falls on March 19th -  the earliest since 1896!) Most of us in the northern hemisphere know however, that winter absolutely loves to linger ... and spring is perpetually running late. And here in New Englan...
Tags: Amazon, Weather, Family, Pinterest, Instagram, Lent, Catholic, Saints, Barry, Aba, New England, Homeschooling, Printables, Family Life, Tara, Catholic Tradition


Celebrating in the Midst

After surviving a catastrophic brainstem stroke when she was just 26 years old, Katherine and her husband Jay have dedicated their second-chance life to boldly disrupting the myth that joy can only be found in a pain-free life. As an advocate, speaker, author, and mother navigating the world  with both significant disabilities and significant joy, Katherine poignantly embodies what it looks like to fully lean into a good/hard life. She and Jay have paid a precious price for their wisdom and ins...
Tags: Books, Death, Family, Hope, Instagram, Religion, Guest Posts, Faith, Jay, Sarah, Katherine, Zondervan, Pepperdine, Katherine Wolf


The Scent of Love: Choose a Valentine’s Fragrance from Love Potion Fragrances 1-4!!

  If you are looking for a great gift for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day,  birthdays or anniversaries, this might be your lucky day. Love Potion 1-4 fragrance collection is something you should check out because the collection features 4 unique scents and each has some amazing ingredients that ultimately create an interesting fragrance story. More […]
Tags: Photos, Family, Adventure, Women, Lifestyle, Holiday, Entrepreneurs, Strategy, Social Media, Seo, Valentine's Day, Art and design, Innovation, Tips, Insight, Men


Happy it’s February by The Pioneer Woman

Is it just me, or did it feel as if January lasted 519 days? Wait, I know it’s not just me. On social media, at church, everywhere I’ve come in contact with other humans, I kept hearing the same sentiment: Please let January be over! Here on the ranch, it was a cold, wet, muddy January, and our cars became almost undrivable because of the mud that was up in the tires. The dogs and I were developing relationship issues because we were cooped up together for so long, and I started to empathize wi...
Tags: Food, Facebook, Family, Instagram, Oklahoma, Seattle, Bryce, Pawhuska


Seven things I’ve learned since I set up a family photography business

A few weeks ago, I was in town and I heard a lady say to her friend “That photo you posted of Sebastian was soooooo beautiful. While you’re on maternity leave, you should totally start doing photography as a business…”. Before I write anything else, I just want to say that this is exactly the […] The post Seven things I’ve learned since I set up a family photography business appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Business, Family, Photography, Inspiration, Photography Business, Business Of Photography, Sebastian, Family Photography, Business Goals, Successful Photography Business, Family Photographers, Clare Harding


Photography is in my DNA

Over the past few months, I have been scanning my wife’s grandmother’s photographs. She has thousands of photos stored between boxes and albums. Fortunately, we have a bulk print scanner that makes the process a little easier. My aunt has also been giving me boxes and albums to scan. They contain thousands of photographs my grandfather and biological father made over their years. I thought I would take a moment to share three of my favorite photos. Each of which is of my father and a ca...
Tags: Family, Photography, Ajax, New Jersey, Montserrat



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