Featured Photo

How would I describe flickr user nevermindtheend’s contributions to our flickr pool? A little strange, often sardonic, sometimes profound. I think this one might be a bit of all three.

Joe Newman

Joe is a recovering journalist who fled the Florida suburbs to work as a media strategist for a DC-based NGO. His goal in life, besides ridding society of the Oxford comma, is to take a year-long photo trek around the world. In the meantime, you can find him wandering the streets of the nation’s capital taking pictures of unsuspecting strangers. He also blogs about photography on the Huffington Post.

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