The Chicago Blackhawks just won their second Stanley Cup in four years… and displayed true class in running a full-page ad in the Boston Globe, thanking the Boston Bruins organization, the fans, and citizens.
It seems that compassion, graciousness and sincerity are dwindling attributes in today’s society, and I’m proud to be a hockey fan when an organization such as the Chicago Blackhawks does something like this. More teams (and individuals), inside and outside of sports need to practice these things.
Here is the full-page ad in the Globe, courtesy of csnchicago:
Chicago thanks Boston (image courtesy of csnchicago)
The folks over at Chase Jarvis turned my eyes towards a very interesting article from Dailymail.co.uk, where photographer Jon Crispin created some images of the contents of suitcases left behind by patients at the Willard Asylum for the Insane in Upstate New York. The images are absolutely stunning; and kind of a little creepy.
Image courtesy of dailymail.co.uk/
Please click here to read the article on the Dailymail website.
Image courtesy of Adam Marelli Photo
Part of what I like to do here is help other people take better photos through the knowledge that I come across on other sites. A while back I stumbled upon an article about asking strangers if you may take their picture. This is something I have struggled with, and still do to this day somewhat. Please check out the article from Adam Marelli titled “Can I Take Your Picture?”
Adam is an artist and photographer in NYC.