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  • Our pool has been decimated from the storms, so much rain and scary lightening.
We've had the windows open more then we've had the AC this year and I'm trying to stay positive that we weren't doing that much swimming anyway.
Truth: I was never a fan of the pool. We didn't aim to have one, it came with the house literally. The pool is a lot of work and money for a mere three months out of the year. It's also a source of viligiant stress, we have small children visiting and living here that can't swim. I also think it's an eyesore on our rustic view. We always talk about fencing in a good part of our land for the children and dogs and having a regular backyard of sorts.
It looks like we may get our wish as the insurance might not cover a complete cost in damages. 
Until then I'm trying to ignore the mess 😂

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#mommingainteasy #selfies #momstyle #momproblems #rustic #country_features #countrylife #largefamily #largefamilyliving #documentaryphotography #documentlife #instadaily #insta
  • Our pool has been decimated from the storms, so much rain and scary lightening.
    We've had the windows open more then we've had the AC this year and I'm trying to stay positive that we weren't doing that much swimming anyway.
    Truth: I was never a fan of the pool. We didn't aim to have one, it came with the house literally. The pool is a lot of work and money for a mere three months out of the year. It's also a source of viligiant stress, we have small children visiting and living here that can't swim. I also think it's an eyesore on our rustic view. We always talk about fencing in a good part of our land for the children and dogs and having a regular backyard of sorts.
    It looks like we may get our wish as the insurance might not cover a complete cost in damages.
    Until then I'm trying to ignore the mess 😂

    #sunshine
    #momlife
    #mommingainteasy #selfies #momstyle #momproblems #rustic #country_features #countrylife #largefamily #largefamilyliving #documentaryphotography #documentlife #instadaily #insta
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  • Padstow, Cornwall #35mmfilm
  • Padstow, Cornwall #35mmfilm
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  • Polzeath Cornwall #35mmfilm
  • Polzeath Cornwall #35mmfilm
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  • From the weekend | Gateway Plaza
  • From the weekend | Gateway Plaza
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  • Fun at the zoo with this sweet family!
  • Fun at the zoo with this sweet family!
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  • From the archives:
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Street scene in Premiere Cité, a block destroyed by the fighting between gang factions and the UN peacekeeping force in 2004-2007. -
The news of massive protests, kidnappings, and massacres coming out of Haiti has made me go back through my archives of the years I spent rolling around the country trying to make my own ideas of a country so vastly misunderstood. Haiti and Haitians opened their doors to me, a `ti blan´ wanting to speak about life, love, war, and peace over a cold Prestige beer. I spent over a year living in Cite Soleil, the most infamous slum in Port-au-Prince following community leaders that hoped to create change in a place shaped by poverty and the proxy wars of the Haitian elite. There was peace in Cite Soleil back then. After the civil war in 2004-2007 and the 2010 earthquake people summoned the courage to hope for peace. Yet they knew so well that their peace was fragile like a whisper. As the country spirals out of control once again I can only long for a time where people hope for peace again. I know they will. As their proverb says, Haitians are like reeds, they bend but don´t break.

#haiti #ayiticheri #citesoleil #documentaryphotography #photojournalism #streetphotography @jerrygraffiti
  • From the archives:
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    Street scene in Premiere Cité, a block destroyed by the fighting between gang factions and the UN peacekeeping force in 2004-2007. -
    The news of massive protests, kidnappings, and massacres coming out of Haiti has made me go back through my archives of the years I spent rolling around the country trying to make my own ideas of a country so vastly misunderstood. Haiti and Haitians opened their doors to me, a `ti blan´ wanting to speak about life, love, war, and peace over a cold Prestige beer. I spent over a year living in Cite Soleil, the most infamous slum in Port-au-Prince following community leaders that hoped to create change in a place shaped by poverty and the proxy wars of the Haitian elite. There was peace in Cite Soleil back then. After the civil war in 2004-2007 and the 2010 earthquake people summoned the courage to hope for peace. Yet they knew so well that their peace was fragile like a whisper. As the country spirals out of control once again I can only long for a time where people hope for peace again. I know they will. As their proverb says, Haitians are like reeds, they bend but don´t break.

    #haiti  #ayiticheri  #citesoleil  #documentaryphotography  #photojournalism #streetphotography @jerrygraffiti
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  • S A Y  W H A T ? !
  • S A Y W H A T ? !
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  • Essentials #35mm
  • Essentials #35mm
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  • Caption: Brooklyn found it hard to leave her cats behind. She returns to the tunnel to clean up and feed her four remaining companions. In a room next to the area where she slept, Brooklyn covers human and cat waste. Brooklyn is a well know street performer in Harlem.
©2012 Andrea Star Reese
All Rights Reserved

Excerpts from Urban Cave text: BROOKLYN 
A man told me about a woman named Brooklyn and her boyfriend, also named Brooklyn but known as BK, and their many cats living further down the tunnel. She may have been the first person to make a settlement along those tracks. In 1986, a bench in Riverside Park was Brooklyn’s home. On one particularly freezing, snowy day some feral cats from a pack  that she had befriended led her to their settlement in the tunnel. One of them she named Brooklyn Cat. I wanted to meet Brooklyn, Brooklyn, and Brooklyn.
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“Brooklyn Cat used to be up on Broadway looking for me panhandling, shaking the cup. And I'm like, ‘Brooklyn Cat, what you doing up here?’ Then I have to stop and go to take him back. Every night Brooklyn Cat would come up there and wait for me.  He was like my little spy… I loved my cats...I started singing and dancing in 2000.  I was panhandling outside of a karaoke bar singing ‘What's Love Got To Do With It’. And they heard me.  One of them came out and said, ‘Here's $40.00.  Go in there and sing.’ So I went in there and sang it and they loved it. They loved it.” //
2019 Update:Brooklyn lives in a supportive housing residence and visits her last remaining tunnel cat daily. Recently she appeared before a judge requesting Social Security Insurance (SSI) assistance. Brooklyn has been diagnosed with a psychosocial disability and multiple health issues. Due to her struggles with depression she missed her meetings with a pro-bono lawyer. Brooklyn presented her case without legal support. Decision is pending.
Andrea Star Reese @andreastarreese for @fotoevidencepressnyc Instagram feed.
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The book is available at FotoEvidence online bookstore, link in bio. #andreastarreese #documentaryphotography #photojournalism #fotoevidence #fotoevidencepress #fotowitness #documentingsocialinjustice 
#homeless
  • Caption: Brooklyn found it hard to leave her cats behind. She returns to the tunnel to clean up and feed her four remaining companions. In a room next to the area where she slept, Brooklyn covers human and cat waste. Brooklyn is a well know street performer in Harlem.
    ©2012 Andrea Star Reese
    All Rights Reserved

    Excerpts from Urban Cave text: BROOKLYN
    A man told me about a woman named Brooklyn and her boyfriend, also named Brooklyn but known as BK, and their many cats living further down the tunnel. She may have been the first person to make a settlement along those tracks. In 1986, a bench in Riverside Park was Brooklyn’s home. On one particularly freezing, snowy day some feral cats from a pack that she had befriended led her to their settlement in the tunnel. One of them she named Brooklyn Cat. I wanted to meet Brooklyn, Brooklyn, and Brooklyn.
    //
    “Brooklyn Cat used to be up on Broadway looking for me panhandling, shaking the cup. And I'm like, ‘Brooklyn Cat, what you doing up here?’ Then I have to stop and go to take him back. Every night Brooklyn Cat would come up there and wait for me. He was like my little spy… I loved my cats...I started singing and dancing in 2000. I was panhandling outside of a karaoke bar singing ‘What's Love Got To Do With It’. And they heard me. One of them came out and said, ‘Here's $40.00. Go in there and sing.’ So I went in there and sang it and they loved it. They loved it.” //
    2019 Update:Brooklyn lives in a supportive housing residence and visits her last remaining tunnel cat daily. Recently she appeared before a judge requesting Social Security Insurance (SSI) assistance. Brooklyn has been diagnosed with a psychosocial disability and multiple health issues. Due to her struggles with depression she missed her meetings with a pro-bono lawyer. Brooklyn presented her case without legal support. Decision is pending.
    Andrea Star Reese @andreastarreese for @fotoevidencepressnyc Instagram feed.
    //
    The book is available at FotoEvidence online bookstore, link in bio. #andreastarreese #documentaryphotography #photojournalism #fotoevidence #fotoevidencepress #fotowitness #documentingsocialinjustice
    #homeless
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  • from my long-term documentary about NGO Friedensdorf International that enables injured children from war zones to get medical treatment in Germany.

In war zones medical care often collapses completely. For a large part of the population necessary treatment is no longer possible. Complicated operations can not be carried out even years after a conflict because qualified staff and infrastructure are missing. For patients this simply can imply death.

We have accompanied children from Afghanistan from their arrival in Germany to the hospital, their rehab at the children’s village and on their way back home to their families.

#ngo #friedensdorfinternational #socialdocumentary #documentaryphotography #blackandwhite #afghanistan #postconflict #children #medicaltreatment
  • from my long-term documentary about NGO Friedensdorf International that enables injured children from war zones to get medical treatment in Germany.

    In war zones medical care often collapses completely. For a large part of the population necessary treatment is no longer possible. Complicated operations can not be carried out even years after a conflict because qualified staff and infrastructure are missing. For patients this simply can imply death.

    We have accompanied children from Afghanistan from their arrival in Germany to the hospital, their rehab at the children’s village and on their way back home to their families.

    #ngo #friedensdorfinternational #socialdocumentary #documentaryphotography #blackandwhite #afghanistan #postconflict #children #medicaltreatment
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