We don't have to play every game to know what winning feels like. We don't have to hear every piece of music in the world to understand music. We don't have to have tried every variety of grape from every vineyard to know the pleasure of wine. Love and laughter and fear and pain are universal currencies. We just have to close our eyes and savour the taste of the drink in front of us and listen to the song as it plays.
Before Instagram there was food photography. And somewhere in the middle, there were Japanese travelers aiming with patience at their plates in Italian restaurants. This book is a classic and features camera big names like Edward Weston, Irving Penn, Nobuyoshi Araki, and Martin Parr.
This week not one, but two articles about fatherhood. This one is about the fact that mammal dads don't raise their little ones: humans, in a way, are better. The other is about how to be a feminist dad. My two cents: you can't scare me, I have two daughters.