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  • Jessica DeJesus

    And just from the content itself, here are a couple stand-out quotes:

    "A lot of times I think that's what this life is about, is being able to come to terms with the things you find so overwhelmingly beautiful. And I like to think it's because in the next life, things are so overwhelmingly beautiful that we need this as training to just be able to handle it."

    "Photography is not a contest... it's about being a witness to your time."

    So good. Thanks for sharing, Kate.

  • Jessica DeJesus

    This is pretty incredible. There's something so captivating about narration. I think we're most often stuck between either reading a story or watching one through video. But this piece fully embraces the web experience and uses it to enhance an already captivating, narrated story. Reminds me a bit of The New York Times' One in 8 Million series.

  • Ben Goldhirsh

    last comment, what an incredible multi media execution - with still, audio, and motion. whoa.

  • Ben Goldhirsh

    what... I posted too early. His wife shot him twice and then they stayed together. Class.

  • Ben Goldhirsh

    holy shit. this is awesome. kind of blew my mind. those greek statues were colored? those people from the 30s wore colors? my....