In my never-ending search for amazing things to look at, I discovered photographer James Mollison's series called The Disciples. Mollison writes:
Over three years I photographed fans outside different concerts. I was fascinated by the different tribes of people that attended them, and how people emulated celebrity to form their identity.
Many more photos available at Mollison's online portfolio, including a musically enhanced slideshow. If that doesn't turn your crank, you can enjoy being fascinated by his amazing portraits of apes or his series on where children sleep.
Sounds like you are really busy.
I saw this artist's display of "Where Children Sleep" recently (probably on the Internet) and I thought it was one of the more profound illustrations of the total disparity in social/economical classes of our time. Extreme wealth and extreme poverty placed side by side for comparison..chilling really. Thanks for sharing!
That plague story should be good with your background, Elizabeth. Is it horror?
Hey Debs, yes, it is horror. I had fun writing it; I'm editing for continuity now. (I had some early changes of heart wrt character names, so there are inconsistencies.)
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