Blog | Celebrate What's Right With the World


by Tania Carriere

April 22, 2018

I met this woman in a shop doorway in Quito, Equator.

Poking my head in, I saw the walls covered with the most wonderful hand stitched tablecloths. Every color you could think of. The result was a collage of joy that left me feeling like a guest at a family celebration.

This woman sat on the wooden chair out side the shop and I could not stop looking at her. Her very essence matched the abundance I had just… READ MORE


by Eric Alan

April 14, 2018

I celebrate that aloneness is illusion. In the course of my life, I have often felt alone in the face of an array of challenges, whether challenged by issues in my personal world or by the wild ways of a troubled world. Yet whatever I am currently challenged by, I soon remember that others are also facing it, or will, or have. Mostly our troubles are so common that they’re more anonymous than unique. If anyone’s been truly… READ MORE


by Lauri Gwilt

April 01, 2018

Gosh darn it, I love a good storm. The first thing I want to do is find my rain gear, grab my camera, and head straight for the beach. There’s something so incredibly invigorating about the power of the wind, sideways rain, and pounding waves.

While photographing storms will… READ MORE