Tag Archives: photographic journals

Rooted in Musical History

“He played his fiddle and I wept.” ~ Cherel Ito  Much of the Ozark Mountain region is remote, and economically underserved. It is rich in musical history and in that geographical area of the country, much of the music is … Continue reading

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Learning from the Elders

“The beauty of simplicity – the simplicity of beauty.” ~ Cherel Ito  One only needs to look at the face of this woman, distinguished by age, to know that she has accumulated a lifetime of wealth – of wisdom and … Continue reading

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Spiritual Stones

“Every minute is for observation and making connections.” ~ Cherel Ito  Although there are no sandy beaches, theme parks or awe-inspiring mile high mountain vistas, the wailing wall is a place where millions of tourists flock to every year. The … Continue reading

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Life from a Different Point of View

“Truth in Haiti is like a kaleidoscope. It may appear one way, then suddenly shift.” ~ Cherel Ito A few months ago, in the blog writing Mysterious Natural Disasters http://bit.ly/fSk9r0, life in Haiti today was compared with photo journalist Cherel Ito’s … Continue reading

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Poverty Plights

“Entering the Ozarks…a place I can’t touch with words…stopped to photograph……never afraid of the stranger…my smile never died.” ~ Cherel Ito  From the photographic journeys that Cherel Ito took through Mississippi, Louisiana and the Ozark Mountains in the 1970s, one … Continue reading

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Character Adds Strength

“I still find Japan hard to describe. It is more like praying.” ~ Cherel Ito  Nine days before catastrophic events hit Japan, a blog entitled “Harmony among People” was featured on this blog site Through the Lens of Her Camera: … Continue reading

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Women Connecting Globally

“Sometimes the space where we met stands still.” ~ Cherel Ito  It is International Women’s Day! When this image of mother and child was taken by photographer Cherel Ito http://www.throughthelensofhercamera.com  in Nepal in 1978, there was not the connectedness among … Continue reading

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