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anewberg:

College Move in Weekend
Boston, MA  2014
Each Labor Day weekend, it is estimated that up to 250,000 students attend college in the Boston area. It becomes a traffic snarled weekend as Rent a trucks, U hauls, and other vehicles bring students into town. Many live off campus in apartments around the city. This huge moving day, creates a real mess on the city streets, as students are moving in and out of apartments. Old furniture, mattresses, bookcases,etc are left on the sidewalk. It takes days for the city to clean up the mess.
I wanted to document this event.These images were taken in just a few mile radius on Mission Hill, a neighborhood in Boston.
Leica M6,Summicron 50 mm lens,  Ilford FP4 black and white film. 
anewberg:

College Move in Weekend
Boston, MA  2014
Each Labor Day weekend, it is estimated that up to 250,000 students attend college in the Boston area. It becomes a traffic snarled weekend as Rent a trucks, U hauls, and other vehicles bring students into town. Many live off campus in apartments around the city. This huge moving day, creates a real mess on the city streets, as students are moving in and out of apartments. Old furniture, mattresses, bookcases,etc are left on the sidewalk. It takes days for the city to clean up the mess.
I wanted to document this event.These images were taken in just a few mile radius on Mission Hill, a neighborhood in Boston.
Leica M6,Summicron 50 mm lens,  Ilford FP4 black and white film. 
anewberg:

College Move in Weekend
Boston, MA  2014
Each Labor Day weekend, it is estimated that up to 250,000 students attend college in the Boston area. It becomes a traffic snarled weekend as Rent a trucks, U hauls, and other vehicles bring students into town. Many live off campus in apartments around the city. This huge moving day, creates a real mess on the city streets, as students are moving in and out of apartments. Old furniture, mattresses, bookcases,etc are left on the sidewalk. It takes days for the city to clean up the mess.
I wanted to document this event.These images were taken in just a few mile radius on Mission Hill, a neighborhood in Boston.
Leica M6,Summicron 50 mm lens,  Ilford FP4 black and white film. 
anewberg:

College Move in Weekend
Boston, MA  2014
Each Labor Day weekend, it is estimated that up to 250,000 students attend college in the Boston area. It becomes a traffic snarled weekend as Rent a trucks, U hauls, and other vehicles bring students into town. Many live off campus in apartments around the city. This huge moving day, creates a real mess on the city streets, as students are moving in and out of apartments. Old furniture, mattresses, bookcases,etc are left on the sidewalk. It takes days for the city to clean up the mess.
I wanted to document this event.These images were taken in just a few mile radius on Mission Hill, a neighborhood in Boston.
Leica M6,Summicron 50 mm lens,  Ilford FP4 black and white film. 
anewberg:

College Move in Weekend
Boston, MA  2014
Each Labor Day weekend, it is estimated that up to 250,000 students attend college in the Boston area. It becomes a traffic snarled weekend as Rent a trucks, U hauls, and other vehicles bring students into town. Many live off campus in apartments around the city. This huge moving day, creates a real mess on the city streets, as students are moving in and out of apartments. Old furniture, mattresses, bookcases,etc are left on the sidewalk. It takes days for the city to clean up the mess.
I wanted to document this event.These images were taken in just a few mile radius on Mission Hill, a neighborhood in Boston.
Leica M6,Summicron 50 mm lens,  Ilford FP4 black and white film. 
anewberg:

College Move in Weekend
Boston, MA  2014
Each Labor Day weekend, it is estimated that up to 250,000 students attend college in the Boston area. It becomes a traffic snarled weekend as Rent a trucks, U hauls, and other vehicles bring students into town. Many live off campus in apartments around the city. This huge moving day, creates a real mess on the city streets, as students are moving in and out of apartments. Old furniture, mattresses, bookcases,etc are left on the sidewalk. It takes days for the city to clean up the mess.
I wanted to document this event.These images were taken in just a few mile radius on Mission Hill, a neighborhood in Boston.
Leica M6,Summicron 50 mm lens,  Ilford FP4 black and white film. 
anewberg:

College Move in Weekend
Boston, MA  2014
Each Labor Day weekend, it is estimated that up to 250,000 students attend college in the Boston area. It becomes a traffic snarled weekend as Rent a trucks, U hauls, and other vehicles bring students into town. Many live off campus in apartments around the city. This huge moving day, creates a real mess on the city streets, as students are moving in and out of apartments. Old furniture, mattresses, bookcases,etc are left on the sidewalk. It takes days for the city to clean up the mess.
I wanted to document this event.These images were taken in just a few mile radius on Mission Hill, a neighborhood in Boston.
Leica M6,Summicron 50 mm lens,  Ilford FP4 black and white film. 
anewberg:

College Move in Weekend
Boston, MA  2014
Each Labor Day weekend, it is estimated that up to 250,000 students attend college in the Boston area. It becomes a traffic snarled weekend as Rent a trucks, U hauls, and other vehicles bring students into town. Many live off campus in apartments around the city. This huge moving day, creates a real mess on the city streets, as students are moving in and out of apartments. Old furniture, mattresses, bookcases,etc are left on the sidewalk. It takes days for the city to clean up the mess.
I wanted to document this event.These images were taken in just a few mile radius on Mission Hill, a neighborhood in Boston.
Leica M6,Summicron 50 mm lens,  Ilford FP4 black and white film. 
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bobbycaputo:

The Greek Oikonomy: Two Views | Christos Kapatos and Vaggelis Tatsis
he word “economy” is derived from the ancient Greek word oikonomos. In fact, it is a compound word: oikos means “house” and nomos or nemo means “distribute.” In short, the word once meant “household management.”
Besides all the other ramifications of the ongoing Greek economic crisis, there has been a tremendous impact on the family unit. With the youth unemployment rate remaining stubbornly above 50%, it is not uncommon for young people to continue living at home for years—well into their 30s. Consequently, new home ownership is down, marriages are being delayed, having kids is being put off indefinitely…the list goes on.
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bobbycaputo:

The Greek Oikonomy: Two Views | Christos Kapatos and Vaggelis Tatsis
he word “economy” is derived from the ancient Greek word oikonomos. In fact, it is a compound word: oikos means “house” and nomos or nemo means “distribute.” In short, the word once meant “household management.”
Besides all the other ramifications of the ongoing Greek economic crisis, there has been a tremendous impact on the family unit. With the youth unemployment rate remaining stubbornly above 50%, it is not uncommon for young people to continue living at home for years—well into their 30s. Consequently, new home ownership is down, marriages are being delayed, having kids is being put off indefinitely…the list goes on.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

The Greek Oikonomy: Two Views | Christos Kapatos and Vaggelis Tatsis
he word “economy” is derived from the ancient Greek word oikonomos. In fact, it is a compound word: oikos means “house” and nomos or nemo means “distribute.” In short, the word once meant “household management.”
Besides all the other ramifications of the ongoing Greek economic crisis, there has been a tremendous impact on the family unit. With the youth unemployment rate remaining stubbornly above 50%, it is not uncommon for young people to continue living at home for years—well into their 30s. Consequently, new home ownership is down, marriages are being delayed, having kids is being put off indefinitely…the list goes on.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

The Greek Oikonomy: Two Views | Christos Kapatos and Vaggelis Tatsis
he word “economy” is derived from the ancient Greek word oikonomos. In fact, it is a compound word: oikos means “house” and nomos or nemo means “distribute.” In short, the word once meant “household management.”
Besides all the other ramifications of the ongoing Greek economic crisis, there has been a tremendous impact on the family unit. With the youth unemployment rate remaining stubbornly above 50%, it is not uncommon for young people to continue living at home for years—well into their 30s. Consequently, new home ownership is down, marriages are being delayed, having kids is being put off indefinitely…the list goes on.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

The Greek Oikonomy: Two Views | Christos Kapatos and Vaggelis Tatsis
he word “economy” is derived from the ancient Greek word oikonomos. In fact, it is a compound word: oikos means “house” and nomos or nemo means “distribute.” In short, the word once meant “household management.”
Besides all the other ramifications of the ongoing Greek economic crisis, there has been a tremendous impact on the family unit. With the youth unemployment rate remaining stubbornly above 50%, it is not uncommon for young people to continue living at home for years—well into their 30s. Consequently, new home ownership is down, marriages are being delayed, having kids is being put off indefinitely…the list goes on.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

The Greek Oikonomy: Two Views | Christos Kapatos and Vaggelis Tatsis
he word “economy” is derived from the ancient Greek word oikonomos. In fact, it is a compound word: oikos means “house” and nomos or nemo means “distribute.” In short, the word once meant “household management.”
Besides all the other ramifications of the ongoing Greek economic crisis, there has been a tremendous impact on the family unit. With the youth unemployment rate remaining stubbornly above 50%, it is not uncommon for young people to continue living at home for years—well into their 30s. Consequently, new home ownership is down, marriages are being delayed, having kids is being put off indefinitely…the list goes on.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

The Greek Oikonomy: Two Views | Christos Kapatos and Vaggelis Tatsis
he word “economy” is derived from the ancient Greek word oikonomos. In fact, it is a compound word: oikos means “house” and nomos or nemo means “distribute.” In short, the word once meant “household management.”
Besides all the other ramifications of the ongoing Greek economic crisis, there has been a tremendous impact on the family unit. With the youth unemployment rate remaining stubbornly above 50%, it is not uncommon for young people to continue living at home for years—well into their 30s. Consequently, new home ownership is down, marriages are being delayed, having kids is being put off indefinitely…the list goes on.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

The Greek Oikonomy: Two Views | Christos Kapatos and Vaggelis Tatsis
he word “economy” is derived from the ancient Greek word oikonomos. In fact, it is a compound word: oikos means “house” and nomos or nemo means “distribute.” In short, the word once meant “household management.”
Besides all the other ramifications of the ongoing Greek economic crisis, there has been a tremendous impact on the family unit. With the youth unemployment rate remaining stubbornly above 50%, it is not uncommon for young people to continue living at home for years—well into their 30s. Consequently, new home ownership is down, marriages are being delayed, having kids is being put off indefinitely…the list goes on.
(Continue Reading)
bobbycaputo:

The Greek Oikonomy: Two Views | Christos Kapatos and Vaggelis Tatsis
he word “economy” is derived from the ancient Greek word oikonomos. In fact, it is a compound word: oikos means “house” and nomos or nemo means “distribute.” In short, the word once meant “household management.”
Besides all the other ramifications of the ongoing Greek economic crisis, there has been a tremendous impact on the family unit. With the youth unemployment rate remaining stubbornly above 50%, it is not uncommon for young people to continue living at home for years—well into their 30s. Consequently, new home ownership is down, marriages are being delayed, having kids is being put off indefinitely…the list goes on.
(Continue Reading)
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Mike Adams. Homestead tattoo, Frederick MD
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jayxenos:

Devil’s Bridge, Worm’s Head island, Rhossili, Wales by Deborah Smith
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