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mmhhollingsworth: What I’m wearing today.
love this.

mmhhollingsworth: What I’m wearing today.

love this.

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meltrrron:nerding with @sarahannsharp <3 (Taken with Instagram at Anthropologie)
two of my all time favorite gals! mel, you NEED those overalls. and that hat.

meltrrron:nerding with @sarahannsharp <3 (Taken with Instagram at Anthropologie)

two of my all time favorite gals! mel, you NEED those overalls. and that hat.

littlebrownmushroom: “When Richard B. Woodward wrote on Lee in the November 1989 Artnews, he referred to a photograph from 1970, taken in a Las Vegas motel room of me standing in a block of light against a dark wall, with Lee’s shadow imposed on my body. For him the picture read “as…a portrait of a marriage in which [Lee’s] photography has overshadowed both their lives.” In a way, all of these photographs, not just that one, were formed because photography did indeed overshadow all four of our lives.”
Maria Friendlander in her essay, The All of It, a prologue to Lee Friedlander’s book Family
Read my post on marrying a photographer here: http://littlebrownmushroom.wordpress.com/2012/01/09/on-marrying-a-photographer/

littlebrownmushroom: “When Richard B. Woodward wrote on Lee in the November 1989 Artnews, he referred to a photograph from 1970, taken in a Las Vegas motel room of me standing in a block of light against a dark wall, with Lee’s shadow imposed on my body. For him the picture read “as…a portrait of a marriage in which [Lee’s] photography has overshadowed both their lives.” In a way, all of these photographs, not just that one, were formed because photography did indeed overshadow all four of our lives.”

Maria Friendlander in her essay, The All of It, a prologue to Lee Friedlander’s book Family

Read my post on marrying a photographer here: http://littlebrownmushroom.wordpress.com/2012/01/09/on-marrying-a-photographer/

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gretchenjonesnyc: must have. great knits by- GoodNightDay

gretchenjonesnyc: must have. great knits by- GoodNightDay

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mmhhollingsworth: What I’m wearing today.
love this.

mmhhollingsworth: What I’m wearing today.

love this.

(Source: )

meltrrron:nerding with @sarahannsharp &lt;3 (Taken with Instagram at Anthropologie)
two of my all time favorite gals! mel, you NEED those overalls. and that hat.

meltrrron:nerding with @sarahannsharp <3 (Taken with Instagram at Anthropologie)

two of my all time favorite gals! mel, you NEED those overalls. and that hat.

gretchenjonesnyc: Gerhard Richter, Atlas

gretchenjonesnyc: Gerhard Richter, Atlas

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breadquilt: Richard Pearse

breadquilt: Richard Pearse

(Source: artssake)

littlebrownmushroom: “When Richard B. Woodward wrote on Lee in the November 1989 Artnews, he referred to a photograph from 1970, taken in a Las Vegas motel room of me standing in a block of light against a dark wall, with Lee’s shadow imposed on my body. For him the picture read “as…a portrait of a marriage in which [Lee’s] photography has overshadowed both their lives.” In a way, all of these photographs, not just that one, were formed because photography did indeed overshadow all four of our lives.”
Maria Friendlander in her essay, The All of It, a prologue to Lee Friedlander’s book Family
Read my post on marrying a photographer here: http://littlebrownmushroom.wordpress.com/2012/01/09/on-marrying-a-photographer/

littlebrownmushroom: “When Richard B. Woodward wrote on Lee in the November 1989 Artnews, he referred to a photograph from 1970, taken in a Las Vegas motel room of me standing in a block of light against a dark wall, with Lee’s shadow imposed on my body. For him the picture read “as…a portrait of a marriage in which [Lee’s] photography has overshadowed both their lives.” In a way, all of these photographs, not just that one, were formed because photography did indeed overshadow all four of our lives.”

Maria Friendlander in her essay, The All of It, a prologue to Lee Friedlander’s book Family

Read my post on marrying a photographer here: http://littlebrownmushroom.wordpress.com/2012/01/09/on-marrying-a-photographer/

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