In the popular french children’s book “Le Petit Prince” by Antoine de Saint, there is a famous quote that, translated into english, reads, “it is only with the heart that one sees rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye.” In a world under quarantine due to COVID-19, the term “essential” has been used to determine the boundaries of American’s new normal. The famous words of de Saint are the influence behind this photo series; each image exemplifies an essential part of life that may not seem important at first glance, but matters on an individual level. The title of each photograph reflects the essential thing each photo captures.
SAN MARCOS- upon graduating high school, many students take the road most traveled and head straight into their college careers at a four-year university. Students who choose to go this route tend to spend thousands of dollars a year, racking up debt and financial obligations that haunt them after college graduation. To avoid less havoc […]
VANNELLA, MAIRI – With the arrival of spring, many individuals usually flock to the riversides for sunbathing and tubing, and follow that up by chasing the day down with a drink at one of the lively bars sprinkled throughout downtown. Others might have been intent on finishing the school year, with several making plans for […]
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