“what it means, in a universal sense, to be a woman and a mother.”
This artist allows you to interpret this series in the way that best suits you.
“There is no end. There is no beginning. There is only the infinite passion of life.” —Federico Fellini
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Uncle Ira, a costume designer from San Jose and longtime Burner, in a piece he calls “Flamingoes and Dice.”
Michael, a performance artist from Las Vegas, performs “Icarus.”
Neysa and Kevin, two Burners based in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, were engaged at Burning Man.
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I so love Brain Pickings. If you’ve not checked it out and you’re the brainy type, then please do so. This evening the words of philosopher Roman Krznaric just stood out from the page. Every where I look in today’s world I see skeletons… Life is so short find what makes you happy not what makes anyone else happy.
New York City 1940 – 1972
Above: Model Carol Lorell walks down 3rd Avenue in the East 60s, Manhattan, January 1940.
Photo: Alfred Eisenstaedt—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images
A woman walks her poodles along Fifth Avenue in October 1942. Photo: Alfred Eisenstaedt—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images
Aerial view of the crowded beach and pier at Coney Island, including the Parachute Jump amusement park ride (the tall structure at left), Brooklyn, 1951. Photo:Margaret Bourke-White—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images
A view from New Jersey of the moon shining over Manhattan’s RCA and Chrysler buildings as its light shimmers on the waters of the Hudson River in September 1946. Photo: Andreas Feininger—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images
The new Metropolitan Life Insurance Company North Building, left, and the 1909 Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Tower at night, Madison Square, New York City, May 1947
Photo: Herbert Gehr—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images
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