Photography & Art: Picture This!

The modernist poet William Butler Yeats once wrote, “A line will take us hours maybe; Yet if it does not seem a moment’s thought, our stitching and unstinting has been naught.” Let these photos in our fourth issue become naught. Take pleasure in the vivid images that photographer Meghan Hole and our very own Paulina Stachnik have captured on their everyday adventures.

From Thailand to maybe even our own backyards, pictures tell stories that some of the best writers in the world strive to describe. Let the pictures do the talking. 🙂

Meghan Hole
Meghan is a 2010 graduate of Loyola University Maryland. She’s currently living in Boston to hopefully become a magazine writer/photographer. She traveled to Australia in the spring of 2009 and misses everything about it. She loves music and her friends.

Thirsty for calm waters

This Bug packs a punch

Paulina Stachnik

Who will be their voice?

Don’t go chasing waterfalls

Trees give life

“A red rose means I love you”

Vegetables are good for the soul

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