Did you miss any Pics du Jour from the past week? If so, you can catch up with them all right here – four images from Bogota, a pair from Quito, and another taken about 35km east of Armenia, Colombia, where I arrived yesterday afternoon. Last week’s review is here.
Got a favorite? Let me know in the comments.
The daily pic project reached 530 consecutive days yesterday. Yup, I totally rock, don’t I? 🙂 Enjoy and as always feel free to share!
Sunday June 21 – ‘Humanity is born in every child’ – Street Art, Armenia
Found on a wall on Avenida Bolivar in Armenia, Colombia.
Monday June 22 – Mannequin Monday #56
Tuesday June 23 – Barbed Wire Fence, Auschwitz
This photo immediately came to mind when I read this afternoon that two British teenagers spent Monday night in jail after after they were caught stealing several items from the notorious Auschwitz death camp.
Wednesday June 24 – 25 Minutes at the Oświęcim / Auschwitz Rail Station
A 10-image gallery.
Thursday June 25 – Michael Jackson in Uyuni, Bolivia
Six years after his death, Michael Jackson remains virtually everywhere.
Friday June 26 – 30-Second Sunday Morning Quito Organic Market Adviser
Seeds for change. Organic chocolate, too.
Saturday June 27 – A Bookmark For Friday June 26, 2015: Dignity, Grief And Amazing Grace
I can’t recall a single day in recent U.S. history with more highs and lows in the ongoing battle for justice and equality than yesterday, Friday June 26, 2015. It requires its own bookmark before it gets swept away by the noise and irrelevance that these days too swiftly sweeps most things away.
It began with a historic Supreme Court decision that made same-sex marriage the law of the land, another step forward for equality, civil and human rights in the U.S. It ended with the nation’s first black president leading 6,000 mourners in “Amazing Grace”, nine days after nine African-Americans were savagely gunned down in a church by a white man on a mission to start a race war.
The two exemplified persistence. The first was a culmination of another long struggle for acceptance, equality and dignity in the eyes of the law while the second illustrated how persistent the plague of racism remains, well after similar struggles for equality were fought and victories had been won. [More..]
Like what you see? If so, please consider signing up for your daily dose by subscribing to Piran Cafe’s posts or to my occasional email newsletter, delivered 2-3 times per month. Or both. Sign-up options are in the sidebar at right. Thanks!
All images © Bob Ramsak 2015. All rights reserved. High resolution images available.
For stock or editorial use please get in touch.
For print purchases please visit here; for greeting cards and post cards here.
If you’d like a print or card of an image not yet listed in those portfolios, let me know. I’ll be happy to make it available.