Justin Maxon, who spent the days leading up to Super Tuesday photographing Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum for TIME, started the project new to the political photography scene—but it didn’t take him long to figure out how the campaign events in Ohio would go.
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Was stoked on the nice double truck play German magazine Cicero gave an image from my drug war series. Go European mags and yer BW love!
“Dying For Change” a collabortion between Sarah Elliott and the Center for Reproductive Rights. Women share their experiences in the fight to reform Kenya’s restrictive abortion laws.
To view the video click HERE.
Marie Claire online click HERE
Too see a wider edit of Elliott’s series “Women of the Libyan Revolution” click HERE
I got to spend the day with John Ford on his Willets, CA natural beef ranch on assignment for The Wall Street Journal the other day. Since the 1800’s, when John’s forefathers homesteaded their many acres during the great rush westward, Cattle ranching and being a good steward for the land has been passed down from generation to generation.
John is seriously old school, but one of the amazing things to me about natural, local and sustainable cattle ranching and farming is how we constantly see these ideas as new and progressive. They are actually old school and simply the right way of doing things, which is how we used to do them.
Of course, John’s farm is in danger as the Army Corp of Engineers is planning a freeway off ramp through much of John’s acreage, and has recently decided that to graze the land isn’t environmentally friendly. John disagrees.
Scope out the story here: Ranching
And here’s the images I liked, that never made print:
All Photos © Brian L. Frank 2011