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02 Dec 2022

Through Our Lens: Kathryn Power 

One of the great things about living on the westside is its proximity to my favorite part of Santa Cruz: Westcliff.  Every day—morning, afternoon and evening—students, Santa Cruzans can be found frequenting the beach, surfing, riding bikes, playing with puppies or jogging along one of…

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Spring might be giving us the slip with oddly heavy rainfall, but sure enough, it’s here. And where there are chirping birds, budding flowers and lucious greens, beautiful and enthralling photography is sure to follow. This week we are featuring a variety of CHP photographers’…

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Legislators, educators and students put down their books and picked up their picket signs on March 4 to defend public education in the state of California. On the steps of the Capitol, they poured out to make their message heard. At UC Santa Cruz, persistent…

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We spend the majority of our days staring into eyes, noticing noses, looking at lips, fingering hair, but seldom do we break from the hustle and bustle of life to really enjoy the minute details that inconspicuously pass us by. This is a series of…

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In the past few weeks there has been quite a bit of rain that has kept me in a simple routine of staying indoors. While I do enjoy spending days bundled up in blankets reading a nice book, I took on a small challenge to…

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This photo essay is meant to chronicle my recent trip to the Monterey Bay Aquarium. The visit sparked memories of the amazing and mysterious creatures that I was so fascinated with as a kid. I wanted to capture that sense of amazement through a mixture…

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As soon as you arrive, the roads get bumpier and the air thickens. Almost instantly, the hills — an array of colorful shacks, houses and multi-storied apartment complexes — completely surround you. This is Tijuana, the sixth-largest metropolitan area in Mexico, with an estimated population…

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A recent fascination with the American realist painter Edward Hopper has given me a fresh and innovative approach toward my photography. Adopting Hopper’s methods when portraying the austerity of an urban landscape, I incorporated the harsh lines and large shapes commonly found in a city…

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