Via Sheila Krishnan, a photojournalist:
I recently bought the book Baghdad Blues by David Turnley from Barnes and Noble, and think its awesome. I just think he’s a great photographer and I got the opportunity to meet him at MSU a couple years ago, and he was also a real down-to-earth guy. About the book, he includes personal journals of his experiences in Baghdad along with the images, and thats one of my favorite parts. For young photojournalists who are just starting like myself, learning about how you live and how you shoot in different environments (like war) is really interesting.
Also, here are two images Sheila made at her last internship:
Thomas Dunlap, 91, of Newark, gives Dorothy Dunlap, 87, a kiss on the cheek during a party for their 70th wedding anniversary Saturday at the Richard Shank Center in Newark. ” Give and take,” said Dorothy Dunlap, when asked what keeps a marriage together. The couple celebrated their anniversary with their eight children, all who continue to live in the Licking County area.(Sheila Krishnan, The Advocate)
Ohio State senior defenseman Doug Andres and Michigan State junior forward Mike Lalonde watch to see if a puck gets past Ohio State senior goalie Mike Betz during the second period of the OSU vs. MSU hockey game Saturday at Value City Arena in Columbus. The Spartans won 3-0. (Sheila Krishnan, The Advocate)