For her personal photo project during the eWorkshop «Finding Your Photographic Voice» Meg Greene Malvasi decided to go ahead and do a photographic study on the dog Hubble. As she wrote in the description of the project, Hubble has been a hard dog to break through to as he suffers from PTSD, after clearly having been abused in his early life. Meg found Hubble in a ditch a little over two years ago. He was obviously ready to give up and die. Interestingly enough Meg photographing Hubble has helped him with his confidence. Meg decided to approach the project for the workshop along two paths. One was more of a documentary approach while the other was a more formal studio set-up kind of photography. The two approaches award the viewer…
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layers of rock via erosion in Joshua Tree Nat’l Park. The layer stretched on for about fifty yards. It sat there like some one was placing pavers through the desert. My wife sat atop one piece to give it scale.
© Mike Segar/Reuters A man looks over the Affordable Care Act signup page. Mike Segar/Reuters
There was some more news this week about how many people have gained coverage under the Affordable Care Act, and it would appear to be good news for the health care reform law’s supporters. A new study was released by the RAND Corporation showed that almost 17 million people have gained health insurance since the major provisions of the Affordable Care Act began taking effect. The study examined the time period between September 2013 and February 2015 and found that 22.8 million Americans gained coverage.
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A non-Muslim can rise and become a darling of today’s neo-Ottoman Turks. He can win hearts and minds in important offices in Ankara — and a bright career. But to maintain his fortunes, he must remain loyal to the official Islamist line, both in deed and rhetoric.
That is the kind of collective psychology into which Turkey’s ruling Islamists force non-Muslims: either become a collaborator or…