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photographing hope and strength

The Yellow Sea: Photographing Hope and Strength

by Kimberly Hochrein The window for blooming sunflowers is small...like the window of time we have when a loved one is…
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Grief Landscapes

Grief Landscapes

Something VERY exciting happened yesterday. VERY exciting. Maybe not exciting for everyone, but exciting for us.   Yesterday marked Day…
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photographing symbols

Dear Tomé: Photographing Symbols

by Fatimá Marques Dear Tomé, We keep finding ways to write your name . Wherever we are, our love for you…
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In Defense of the Grief Selfie

In Defense of the Grief Selfie

Once upon a time, Eleanor wrote an amazing post about self-portraits. In case you missed that post or failed to…
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Fear of the Unknown

She watches the smaller children playing on the beach. Running, delighted, back and forth, up and down the shoreline.  Some approach the…
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Exploring Grief Through Photography: Photographing emotion and mood

Exploring Grief Through Photography: Photographing Emotion and Mood

When dealing with grief, you should use every tool in your toolbox. You probably already rely on your tools of…
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Dear Photograph: Old Memories in a New Time

Dear Photograph: Old Memories in a New Time

This post is inspired by 'Dear Photograph', "where people take pictures of pictures, from the past, in the present"; where…
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Art Inspired by Grief: Photo Essay Edition

Art Inspired by Grief: Photo Essay Edition

You know, just once I’d like to do something meaningful in life and not have it tie back to my…
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photographing symbols: acorn necklace

Photography How To: Photographing Symbols

If you follow 'What's Your Grief,' you know we think that artistic expression is a great way to deal with grief.  We…
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