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Originally posted on LightBox:
Updated: June 25, 2013
On June 25, 2013, Sara Naomi Lewkowicz won the 2013 Ville de Perpignan Rémi Ochlik Award for her work documenting Domestic Violence, to be awarded later this year at Visa Pour l’Image in Perpignan.
Photographer Sara Naomi Lewkowicz has continued to document the story of Maggie and her life since November 2012, when she was the victim of a violent attack by her now ex-boyfriend Shane. In an assignment for TIME in March 2013, Lewkowicz visited Maggie and her family in Alaska to document their life as they continue to move on from the incident. Click here to jump to the newest images added to the story and here to see a new multimedia video produced by Lewkowicz for TIME.
Domestic violence is often shielded from public view. Usually, we only hear it muffled through walls or see it manifested in the…
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All beauty is a gift and a treasure for our spirits
Especially the beauty of and in Nature
It soothes my weary soul ~
Muffy, Always on point and always amazing!!! I shutter to think what I would do without you and your writing…I love you so and always.
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A couple of years ago, I watched a very surprising documentary about Mick Jagger that was both delightful and captivating. He isn’t at all how I thought he would be — jaded, cocky, swaggering, disinterested. He is actually a very intelligent, thoughtful man and a tender, hands-on sort of father — particularly with the little ones. I suspect he probably learned his lesson the hard way from having been so consistently absent from the lives of his older children whilst traipsing about the globe tagging enormous amounts of top-shelf pussy and singing Jumpin’ Jack Flash for the unwashed masses. Those older children, by the way, have now made Sir Mick a grandfather. And life goes on.
The scene I loved the most by far is the one where he was participating in The Parents’ Play Day at his daughter, Georgia’s, school. Georgia, who is whipsmart and has impeccably charming manners…
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