Posted on September 13, 2011
People enjoying a festival are one of the many things that help define a place and a community. The two men standing next to each other, one in red festival garb, look up the street and communicate as men often do — by standing next to each other saying nothing. And the young girl concentrates on her performance as a majorette, baton in hand, whistle ready, her pleasure in the performing clearly visible to those who look. So much is said in the faces and actions of the people, yet so much is left unsaid.
[Note: These two images are a part of the series from the 2010-11 holiday festival on St. Croix also featured in the previous post.]
Posted on November 2, 2009
I promised Pat Coakley my next post would be something a little nicer, after the spooky “Green Ghoul” posted for Halloween.
These two women were clearly friends, and I hope their friendship and humanity come through.