The personal blog of photojournalist Noah Darnell.

First, we worshipped…

First, we worshipped…

First, we worshipped the inanimate. Next, we learned to worship the gods Later, we discovered the Deity. Then, dazzled by our own Reason We returned to the inanimate And ended up worshipping anything, From football to economic growth. ~Sukasah Syahdan, “A Brief History of Gods” Miletus   I traced the Circus whose gray stones incline

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Good friends and famous houses…

Good friends and famous houses…

Something that everyone expects from the photojournalism life is constant travel, exotic locations, and fascinating people. Imagine my surprise when I realized, only after a short time “in the field” that all that world is a fragment of the actual work. But every once in a while the planets align. Was it Hong Kong or

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Playing music while others wait…

Playing music while others wait…

None shall sleep! None shall sleep! You too, princess, In your cold room You watch the stars Trembling of love and hope… But my secret is locked within me No one will know my name! No, no, I will say it on your mouth, When the light will shine! And my kiss will melt the

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Haitian theater…

Haitian theater…

Stay tuned… -Noah D.

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Theater in the real…

Theater in the real…

I like when people “act” real. Like whoever this is: especially when they really get into it, really put all their effort, make the play real. Make it believable. Suspension of belief or whatever you want to call it. She wasn’t the only one. She just happened to be captured just so… But, she was

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Musicals far away…

Musicals far away…

Homecoming. Shot four of these now. They’re always different every year, but they have their differences. Different mindsets bring on differences in the images I take. Its just the natural way of things. This year, I feel a bit on the distant side from this one. In years past I’ve been behind the scenes quite

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“The hills are alive…”

“The hills are alive…”

** ORIGINALLY POSTED: 6 Aug 2008 ** Yes, just like any photographer attempting to do a good job, one must spend an ample amount of time with the job to make sure he covers all his shots. Plenty of atmosphere… plenty of wide shots… plenty of tight shots… and plenty of those little obscure shots

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