The Woman Who Loves Giraffes

Go see the film “The Woman Who Loves Giraffes” written and directed by Toronto filmmaker Alison Reid. It traces the history of Anne Innis Dagg, who went to Africa in 1956 to study giraffes. One of our favorite places to photograph giraffes in the States is The Living Desert near Palm Springs. Click on the link below to see more photos.

The Woman Who Loves Giraffes — Dan Stiel Fotografie

The Woman Who Loves Giraffes.

Go see the film “The Woman Who Loves Giraffes” written and directed by Toronto filmmaker Alison Reid. It traces the history of Anne Innis Dagg, who went to Africa in 1956 to study giraffes. One of my favorite places to photograph giraffes in the States is The Living Desert near Palm Springs.

The Woman Who Loves Giraffes — Dan Stiel Fotografie

Daniel Craig Pays Tribute to Sean Connery: ‘One of the True Greats of Cinema’ — Variety

Daniel Craig paid tribute to Sean Connery, calling his fellow 007, “one of the true greats of cinema.” Connery died overnight in his sleep. He was 90. In a decades-long career, Connery won an Oscar for “The Untouchables” and appeared in such hits as “The Rock,” “The Man Who Would Be King,” “Time Bandits” and many others …

Daniel Craig Pays Tribute to Sean Connery: ‘One of the True Greats of Cinema’ — Variety

“Only Did What Poetry Told Us To Do:” A Portrait of Sylvia Plath On Honeymoon With Ted Hughes — TIME

Sylvia Plath was one of the greatest American writers of the twentieth century. In 1956, while on a Fulbright Fellowship at Cambridge University, she married the British poet Ted Hughes after a whirlwind courtship. They were both ambitious, and hoped to become the leading poets of their generation…

“Only Did What Poetry Told Us To Do:” A Portrait of Sylvia Plath On Honeymoon With Ted Hughes — TIME

Booming cargo at LA, Long Beach ports hint at holiday bright spot — Orange County Register

For much of the year, the country’s economic outlook has been grim, with the coronavirus pandemic sweeping through the U.S., taking a major toll on jobs, commerce — and the collective mood. Now, as 2020 prepares to take its final lap, things have brightened a bit, at least for the time being…

Booming cargo at LA, Long Beach ports hint at holiday bright spot after dark year for US economy — Orange County Register

Michael B. Jordan’s ‘Fruitvale Station,’ ‘Just Mercy’ Open Inaugural Social Justice Now Film Festival — Variety

Michael B. Jordan’s award-winning films “Just Mercy,” and “Fruitvale Station” will serve as the opening-night screenings for the inaugural Social Justice Now Film Festival (SJNFF). Both films will play on Wednesday, Oct. 24…

Michael B. Jordan’s ‘Fruitvale Station,’ ‘Just Mercy’ Open Inaugural Social Justice Now Film Festival — Variety

#BlackPanther mural pays tribute to Chadwick Boseman at Downtown Disney — Orange County Register

A former Walt Disney Imagineer is paying tribute to the late actor Chadwick Boseman with a mural of the “Black Panther” star making the Wakanda salute on the side of a Downtown Disney building.

Black Panther mural pays tribute to Chadwick Boseman at Downtown Disney — Orange County Register

“Unfathomable”: U.S. death toll from #coronavirus hits 200,000 — The Denver Post

The U.S. death toll from the coronavirus topped 200,000 Tuesday, a figure unimaginable eight months ago when the scourge first reached the world’s richest nation with its sparkling laboratories, top-flight scientists and stockpiles of medicines and emergency supplies. “It is completely unfathomable that we’ve reached this point,” said Jennifer Nuzzo…

“Unfathomable”: U.S. death toll from coronavirus hits 200,000 — The Denver Post