BRITTANY, JESSE, AND MARGOT

A Saturday morning in Chinatown

 

A marvelous, artistic, wonderfully weird, hilarious, poetic family that knows how to celebrate in the everyday while being comfortable in silence. I mean, they used to dumpster dive for fun. if that isn’t the pinnacle of finding joy in the ordinary (and being undeniably cool), I don’t know what is!

 
 
 
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photograph of a family in a mirror
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family playing games in their apartment
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Realizing there was someone there to capture the specific scrunch of my baby’s nose when she spontaneously smelled some daffodils was such a relief!
— Brittany, family shoot
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Even the birds are in the know: / I saw them writing in the sky / brazenly and openly / the very name I call you by. / The trees? Could you explain to me / their unrelenting whispering? / The wind may know, you say to me, / but how is just a mystery. / A moth surprised us through the blinds, / its wings in fuzzy flutter. / Its silent path—see how it winds / in a stubborn holding pattern. / Maybe it sees where our eyes fail / with an insect's inborn sharpness. / I never sensed, nor could you tell / that our hearts were aglow in the darkness.

—Wislawa Szymborska, from ‘OPENNESS’

 
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