Shooting for Newsweek, David Hume Kennerly captures the exhaustion that stalks presidential election campaigns by focusing on the candidate’s wife. On the campaign bus during Bill Clinton’s 1996 bid for a second term, Hillary Rodham Clinton sits with heavy eyelids, tired shoulders and chin in hand. “Hillary definitely has the look of someone who has heard that story a few times,” Kennerly said. Click to read more.
That night, Donald Rumsfeld entered the dinner party. He spent many years questioning the things somebody ought to know and the things somebody did not know. Before leaving, Donald turned to a small group and finished his famous "Known Knowns" quota by adding a final comment: "There are the unknowns knowns. That is to say, there are the things somebody ought not know, but somebody might try to find out anyways because he or she might feel knowing is worse than not knowing."
Cambodian Refugee Girl, Phnom Penh, 1975 by Ansel Adams. What I like about is the emotion capture is this picture. The sadness in the little girl eyes, the tears on her face, and maybe past family member dog-tag around her makes me think she is sad. Despite all of that I think this was a great cannon shot.