On Tuesday, The New York Times’ Lens blog posted a photo album by an unknown Nazi photographer. The content of the photographs range from Jewish POW’s to Hitler himself. The images are powerful in their own right, and of course as a first-hand account of history. But the coolest part of this story is that the photographer was identified within three hours of the publication by readers around the world. That’s the power of social media… check out the album and a much richer story via Lens.
And a video.
The week was split between harsh storms:
and brilliant, 95 + sunny lake days:
(Sara finally gets it up)
I’m sitting in the gallery space of the Ace Hotel on 29th and broadway, ny. I stopped by Tompkins Square Park earlier, after seeing it on The Sartorialist, to snap some pictures and grab a bite.
From there I headed to the hotel, stopping at American Apparel only to decide I don’t have any use for $60 shorts. Here in the gallery it’s looking fresh as ever, with an almost entirely new selection of photos from what was here last week. Here’s a couple pictures but you should probably come check it out for yourself.