The personal blog of photojournalist Noah Darnell.

Pyramid on the distant horizon…

Pyramid on the distant horizon…

“The health of the eye seems to demand a horizon. We are never tired, so long as we can see far enough.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson It is only natural to visit a place as a tourist and think: “I saw London so I saw England.” This is only true if a visitor has seen the whole

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Pyramids, traffic, and a misunderstood world…

Pyramids, traffic, and a misunderstood world…

If you’re just now joining me, I’m in Egypt this week. “Egypt!?!? You’re crazy! It’s so unsafe there!” It couldn’t be further from the truth. I’ve been all over the world, including six Middle Eastern countries, and I feel more unsafe and threatened in Little Rock or Chicago than Egypt. There’s just no other way

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This is what happens…

This is what happens…

Some things take time. Just a few things in perspective: On September 11, 2001, nobody took photos of the disaster on their camera phones… because they had yet to be invented. Yes, even the iPod had not been released yet for another two months. Oh, and you could still get a laptop with a trackball. Sexy…

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The selected make a selection…

The selected make a selection…

Because of my newness to the scene, I still get a little warm and fuzzy when I see myself in the international media. I’ll be in a photo on the BBC or AFP wire or I’ll see an image appear in the NYTimes that I saw being made. Its a weird feeling. Well… be as

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Funny in the order of things…

Funny in the order of things…

“Take time to deliberate; but when the time for action arrives, stop thinking and go in.” ~Andrew Jackson quoting Napoleon Bonaparte Kay Plaza Clock Tower – Harding University I went with a simple HDR on the photo tonight because I have something to say: Ya know, its kinda fascinating with all this Haiti stuff going

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Something should be said…

In a country that has been the butt of jokes for years now about their extreme conservativism and “what, is the United States going to invade them now?” I really am a little surprised about the way of things these days. I mean, anyone who follows international news very closely see “elections” in African countries

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