Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Proud to have placed in the Santa Fe Photographic Workshop Competition
As photographers, the world is our backyard. Our BACKYARD contest
was a chance for 391 photographers from Afghanistan, Australia, Canada,
Germany, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Russia, South Africa,
Spain, Sweden, Thailand, the United Kingdom, and the United States
to submit 1,493 impressions of their corner of the world.
Jurors Jennifer Schlesinger Hanson, Jonathan Blaustein, Arthur Meyerson,
and Reid Callanan reviewed this creative collection of photographs
and chose 50 award-winning images.
Grand Prize: Steven Edson, Belmont, Massachusetts, Inner TubeSecond Prize: Christina Preiss, Valley Center, California, Group EffortThird Prize: Lindsay Morris, Sag Harbor, New York, SoaringDirector Award: David Burnham, Fairport, New York, Backyard Selfie
Monday, September 30, 2013
Saturday, August 31, 2013
Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Today's interview in Les inRocks/France.
I met Ricchina and her mother Janice on a train, broken down and delayed on the tracks for four hours in Washington, D.C. Ricchina has down syndrome. A long conversation lead to talk of Ricchina's dream of one day marrying. This photo essay documents her wedding themed surprise 25th birthday party. On this day in a small Italian neighborhood in South Philly, Ricchina is celebrated as a bride by family, friends and neighbors. There is no groom.
See the full essay at lindsaycmorris.com
Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Friday, July 12, 2013
Its been fun and thanks for following. Romania was everything we could have possibly hoped for and so much more. We dined in cafes, toured castles, winded our way down the hairpin turns of the Transfaragasan Pass and ate and drank our weight in farmer's cheese, pork, polenta and beer. Now it's time to waddle on home.
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Monday, July 8, 2013
Friday, July 5, 2013
Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Rented our house for the summer, loaded up the family and headed out. First stop, two weeks in Romania.
Day 1 Bucharest
View from Hotel Ciusmigiu, Bucharest
One of the many staircases of the Palace of the Parliament. World's 2nd largest building in surface area, 700 architects designed it, 20,000 workers labored on it 24 hours a day for five years.
Ceausescu's "Human Rights Hall"
View from the balcony that Ceausescu didn't live long enough to speak from
Dambovita River swimmers (gave it a miss), Bucharest
Street performers, Bucharest