Steve McCurry did many of the exhibits on view now at the Michener.
Steve McCurry. Most famous cover of National Geographic Magazine.
McCurry, born in 1950, in Darby PA, is now 66. He returned to Afghan/Pakistan to find Sharbat Gula.
He's continued his dramatic photography, most recently photographing women with breast cancer.
Below is the Blue Mosque. We don't know the toll the war has taken on these spectacular buildings that are despised by ignorant enemies.
Scott and I were exhausted when we got home. I decided to sleep to Netflix. Gave up the ghost on Stranger Things.
For posterity. That damn yellow phone that keeps burning up. The last straw for me.
The mysterious little kid.
Sharbat Gula now. Still that determined tough haunting face. They are an angry people, her sect.
And now I will wander off, may Allah be praised. Their lives are so uncertain they rarely plan on the following day.
I am, btw, watching The Following, also suggested by my son, Dan, starring Kevin Bacon, who's 58 but looks in his 30s.
The highly rated Following, about finding a serial killer, is quite awful.
And now, if you'll excuse me, I'm gonna watch Charlie Rose who has Andrew Solomon discuss his new book Far and Away on the Brink of Change.