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Misty Keasler: photographic essays
January 26, 2005 10:06 PM   Subscribe

Misty Keasler's photographic essays range from quirky views of her east Texas extended family and Japanese love hotels to unsettling essays on orphanages and the Guatemala City dump. flash. via gordon.coale.
posted by madamjujujive (12 comments total)

 
BBC put something similar up a few months ago. In Pictures: Face of Addiction
posted by trinarian at 10:42 PM on January 26, 2005


oops, wrong post :-/
posted by trinarian at 10:43 PM on January 26, 2005


Nice interface, but mediocre photos, IMHO.
posted by Poagao at 10:54 PM on January 26, 2005


I thought the photos were amazing. Thanks for the great post.
posted by mai at 11:12 PM on January 26, 2005


The Guatemalan dump photos have me on the edge of tears.
posted by LarryC at 11:26 PM on January 26, 2005


I like how she uses natural light and what is up with that poor cat?

Me too LarryC.
posted by squeak at 11:47 PM on January 26, 2005


What's up with sex and Hello Kitty?
posted by lacus at 1:43 AM on January 27, 2005


thanks madam jjj, the usual great post

camera geeks will notice that in the bio page Keasler is holding a black Hasselblad SW. she is so cool
posted by matteo at 5:20 AM on January 27, 2005


OK, two things I want for Christmas: A library S&M room and a vending machine that dispenses vibrators. I gotta move to Japan.
posted by TheGoldenOne at 6:26 AM on January 27, 2005


I really loved this. The EasTex folks -- I know those people. And Hello Kitty? I need to get out more.

Thanks much.
posted by mudpuppie at 9:13 AM on January 27, 2005


[this is good]
posted by damnthesehumanhands at 9:19 AM on January 27, 2005


I was trying to suss the ETex locations. I've been to wherever the funeral home/Chinese restaurant pic was--I'm guessing Pittsburg/Mt Pleasant area, but not sure...
posted by First Post at 1:58 PM on January 27, 2005


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