Amache: A Sad Texture In American History

Amache: A Sad Texture In American History

The desaturated landscape surrounding the Granada War Relocation Center, better known to the world as Camp Amache, reflects a sad texture in American history. Little has changed here in over 70 years as only slabs of cracked and sun bleached concrete remain of the barrack like structures that once stood against the blustery south eastern Colorado ...

Letters From Iraq

Letters From Iraq

In my office, between camera gear, a lightly ridden training bike and travel mementos sits a small bookshelf that carries an innocuous wooden box. The contents contain some of my most prized possessions: a Zippo lighter used by my father to spark rationed Camel cigarettes to life in Vietnam; painstakingly handwritten notes from my grandmother ...

Twitter Header Image

Twitter Header Image

If you utilize Twitter to share your thoughts or lunch photos, you’ve been sure to notice the new header images (similar to Facebook’s profile image) now featured on the social media’s website. If you have not noticed then you might not have been included in the slow feature rollout that Twitter put into motion weeks ...

BJ Ayers – Just Let It Out

BJ Ayers – Just Let It Out

BJ Ayers, a mother to three sons, imagined being surrounded by three daughter-in-laws one day. She imagined chasing a bunch of grandkids around the yard of her Cheyenne home. But that’s just never going to happen. Blair, her only surviving son, gave both of his brother’s eulogies before he turned 25. I don’t care who ...