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‘Who is the Mom?’ photo mystery finally solved – NY Daily News

The mom is the one on the left.The identical Indianapolis trio whose selfie stumped the Internet told the Daily News that mother Tina Brown, 35, is the woman on the left, followed by her 16-year-old twin daughters Kyla and Kaylan Mahomes, respectively.“I am the one in the black blazer on the left,” said Brown, laughing. “We didn’t really expect a random picture from when I was picking up the girls from school would lead to all this.”Kaylan posted the photo labeled, “Mom, twin and me” on Jan. 28, and the captivating snap took social media by storm as web users tried to tell the trio apart. The indistinguishable snap was retweeted more than 19,000 times and counting, and received more than 31,000 likes.

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Friday’s SI Swimsuit Series

Great Photos of the model GiGi Hadid

 


“The Development of Steelbands Past and Present’

Bonita Bing shares: 
Please Join our panel discussion on “The Development of Steelbands Past and Present’ at the Laurel Beltsville Community Center on February 19th @ 7:30 pm. 
Free event with live music. Let’s celebrate Black History Month!!!!

  


Help Us Celebrate World Photo Day 2015 by Using My ArchDaily | ArchDaily

World Photo Day, to be celebrated on August 19th, is fast approaching. Last year we celebrated the occasion with a day of posts dedicated to the photographers who make ArchDaily – and indeed the architecture industry as we know it – possible, and this year we’d like to do something equally special with the help of our ArchDaily readers.

Using data from our My ArchDaily platform, we want to find out which photos are most popular among our readers, and then learn more about these images from the photographers who took them. To do this, we will take a selection of the images that have been bookmarked the most and then reach out to their photographers, asking them to share the story of how each image came together. So make sure to cast your “vote” for your favorite architectural image by bookmarking it in My ArchDaily!

via Help Us Celebrate World Photo Day 2015 by Using My ArchDaily | ArchDaily.


Mourning the loss of our founding member, John H. Pinkard, Jr.

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John Henry was a stalwartly FotoCrafter– providing over 75 years of dedicated service to the club. He was a founding member of the club and his image appears in the 1940’s image of the club. The club had been organized in 1937.  A retired physicist from the National

Bureau of Standards. He received recognition for his work on a missile tracking project known as the “The Bat.” A devoted member of Shiloh Baptist Church Mr. Pinkard’s  technical skills were put to great use in recording that churches history.  He was a teacher, and musician/ violinist, chess player, Member of Photographic Society of America for over 57 years and a photo essayist.  He was first to provide structural teaching guidelines to the club on how to present slide shows –making good use of his local US travels, European and China trips. In addition, he was an archivist for the club

Taken from the FotoCraft Camera Club Member Directory

Shaw Community Heritage John H. Pinkard, Jr. and the Fotocraft Camera Club

This film is comprised primarily of clips from a video oral history with John H. Pinkard, Jr., one of the founders of the FotoCraft Camera Club. The group was founded in 1937, and met at the Anthony Bowen YMCA in Washington, DC.


The Institute for Contemporary Expression – DC Announces Open Photography Contest : East City Art

The Institute for Contemporary Expression – DC ICE-DC announces an open photography contest, launching in partnership with FotoWeekDC. On Saturday, November 8—during the first weekend of FotoWeek—ICE-DC invites photographers and Instagrammers to tour the former Franklin School and future home of ICE at 925 13th Street NW, between I Street NW and K Street NW.Participants will take and post photographs from the interior and exterior of the historic building, capturing architectural details, nooks and crannies of the space, and characteristics of the building in its current state prior to renovation.

via The Institute for Contemporary Expression – DC Announces Open Photography Contest : East City Art.

via The Institute for Contemporary Expression – DC Announces Open Photography Contest : East City Art.


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