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Trudging nose to butt up the ropes that had been fixed to the steep slope, Panuru and I were wedged between strangers above us and below us. The day before, at Camp III, our team had been part of a small group. But when we woke up this morning, we were stunned to see an endless line of climbers passing near our tents.
Keiko Guest: Photographer at photo.net Keiko Guest is an Asian/African American fine art photographer and a former professional dancer. A celebrated dance photographer and former professional dancer, Keiko’s signature style evolves from a passion for capturing energy, essence and form – whether of dancers, in portraits or at weddings and events. Keiko Guest’s dramatic black and white photography series “Shadowdance” was showcased by The Lowe Gallery in Atlanta in the main galleries for their 18th Anniversary celebration and in month-long, multistory presentation in Atlanta’s Rialto Center for the Arts. The Shadowdance collection features black-and-white masterworks measuring up to four feet by seven feet; at the Lowe Gallery, the massive Genesis triptych was mounted alone across the fifty foot main gallery wall, with forty other prints on display. In 1996, Keiko was honored to be asked to photograph gymnasts from all over the world during the Summer Olympics in Atlanta. For thirty years, top media outlets have featured Keiko Guest’s photographs, including Dance Magazine, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta Magazine, Creative Loafing – as well as countless dance publications, programs and playbills. Keiko Guest’s work is in high demand in the performing arts community – she is a preferred photographer for The Actors Guide to the Southeast, The Alliance Theatre, the Atlanta Workshop Players and many Georgia dance companies, high schools and universities. Her credits include having served as company photographer for the Atlanta Ballet and the Atlanta Opera, and for the the “Make a Wish Foundation.” In addition to her dance and theatrical work, Keiko operates a thriving portrait and wedding studio in Atlanta: please visit us at keikoguestphotography.com. Shadowsdance is online here, as well as at: http://www.pbase.com/keikoguest http://keikoguestphotography.com/keikoguestfineartstart.htm http://viewmorepics.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewPicture&friendID=174870958&albumId=825252
“Maybe the only thing each of us can see is our own shadow. Carl Jung called this his shadow work. He said we never see others. Instead we see only aspects of ourselves that fall over them. Shadows. Projections. Our associations. The same way old painters would sit in a tiny dark room and trace the image of what stood outside a tiny window, in the bright sunlight. The camera obscura. Not the exact image, but everything reversed or upside down.”
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“Everyone is familiar with bluestone or petit granit when people talk about Belgian Stone. But the fact that Belgium has about 28 different variations of red marble is less commonly known.”
From the archaeological areas of Pompeii to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, Google’s World Wonders Project aims to bring to life the wonders of the modern and ancient world.
By using our Street View technology, Google has a unique opportunity to make world heritage sites available to users across the globe. Street View is a hugely popular feature of Google Maps which is already available in dozens of countries. It allows users to virtually explore and navigate a neighborhood through panoramic street-level images. With advancements in our camera technologies we can now go off the beaten track to photograph some of the most significant places in the world so that anyone, anywhere can explore them.