Every morning from our Dakar balcony, we can hear the sound of noodles smacking on the ocean: it’s the Ngor Dolphins aquagym club exercising on the beach.
You can read about why that’s special in an article Kap wrote for GOOD Magazine: A Gender Divide Melts Away In The Waters Of The Atlantic — where burkinis and board shorts are brushing thighs! I took the photos that accompany the article.
Grab a noodle and click over to GOOD to join the Ngor Dolphins.
My photo of Emilie Faye accompanies an article by Kathryn Werntz on the Thomson Reuters Foundation website. Faye is one of the women involved in the “Live with Water” project in Pikine, a suburb of Dakar, Senegal, that is profiled in the article: “Dakar women grow herb business from floodwater.”
You can see all of my photos from Pikine on Flickr.
A few photos from Berlin, where I read with Marcy Dermansky and Jessica Francis Kane at St. Gaudy Cafe and Shakespeare & Sons Bookstore. I also toured a few Kino locations. The complete photo set is on flickr.
Below, a few photos from my recent book tour in New York, including readings with Mark Leyner, Tom Perrotta, Myfanwy Collins, and Deborah Copaken Kogan at KGB Bar, Sunday Salon, and Pete’s Candy Store. For more pictures, see the complete Flickr set.
Appotography included one of my shots in a nice gallery featuring cell phones photos of the Occupy protests.
My post about the Phish Halloween shows at Metafilter, with a video playlist of the Little Feat set.
Some photos of the costumes on the boardwalk: