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Dear Friends,

Summer Solstice, June 21st - the longest day of the year for those of us in the Northern hemisphere.  Traditionally, this day celebrated the sunís full power and light, its ability to foster and sustain life.  Also celebrated were qualities associated with the sun: individual spirit, consciousness, identity, drive, illumination.

So it seems fitting that WORLDPRIDE comes to New York City during June, 2019; the month-long festival marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising and culminates in the NYC Pride March on June 30th.

A photograph of mine featured in the current exhibition URBAN DANCE: THE VISUAL RHYTHM OF CITIES seemed apropos to share on this Solstice.  The exhibition juxtaposes individual spirit amidst our current urban experience around the globe.

As we bask in the glory of summer, reflect on your own uniqueness. Celebrate your own light and what it brings to the world.

 




Summer Solstice - June 21, 2019



We wear the Sun
Watch us shine
We don the light
Watch us shine
Stand up tall now!
Star crowned head

Goes forth advancing
Goes forth by day
Unknown by name
Into the light
Sun stand still
Still we march
Carry light
Still we shine
Agamemnon
Proud