Photographer Milan Malovrh lives in Tržic, Slovenia; a small town near the Austrian border. He’s known for the moody, artistic motion in his dramatic photographs. Not the result of computer-aided image manipulation, the unique effect that he achieves employs multiple cameras and exposures, calling on his extensive background in the film production industry. See more of his work at www.1x.com/member/elfot
Verse was written (on a brown paper bag) in 1932 by Baltimore housewife Mary Elizabeth Frye to console her houseguest, a young Jewish woman who learned that her mother had passed back in Germany. She made many copies and circulated them privately, but the poem was never officially published. She never copyrighted the work; her explanation "I thought it belonged to the world; it didn't belong to me. I still feel that way … it was written out of love, for comfort. If I took money for it, it would lose its value."