Bag’s Take-Away:

I’m thoroughly grateful for the way the great Christopher Morris captured post-9/11 and “War on Terror” America. To be honest, though, I’m not sure he exactly nailed Campaign ‘12. If you take a look at his at “On the Road” slideshow
 at TIME, I see it expressing a little more of the anxiety, pensiveness and “Stepford USA” of the Bush campaigns. 

Nevertheless, this one photo is smashing. I’m not sure if I’ve seen a better take on Romney, the Two America, and how thoroughly disconnected the man demonstrated himself to be from Main Street than this photo taken the day of his sham “non-campaign” hurricane food drive.

But, why post this now, Campaign 12 already consigned to the history books? Because of the challenge of keeping focus on the disconnect as we launch ahead.

(photo: Christopher Morris—VII for TIME caption: Oct. 30, 2012. Supplies donated to the Red Cross at a campaign stop in Kettering, Ohio.)

Visit BagNewsNotes: Today’s Media Images Analyzed

—————

Topping LIFE.com’s 2011 Best Photo Blogs — also follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

Bag’s Take-Away:

I’m thoroughly grateful for the way the great Christopher Morris captured post-9/11 and “War on Terror” America. To be honest, though, I’m not sure he exactly nailed Campaign ‘12. If you take a look at his at “On the Road” slideshow at TIME, I see it expressing a little more of the anxiety, pensiveness and “Stepford USA” of the Bush campaigns. Nevertheless, this one photo is smashing. I’m not sure if I’ve seen a better take on Romney, the Two America, and how thoroughly disconnected the man demonstrated himself to be from Main Street than this photo taken the day of his sham “non-campaign” hurricane food drive. But, why post this now, Campaign 12 already consigned to the history books? Because of the challenge of keeping focus on the disconnect as we launch ahead.

(photo: Christopher Morris—VII for TIME caption: Oct. 30, 2012. Supplies donated to the Red Cross at a campaign stop in Kettering, Ohio.)

Visit BagNewsNotes: Today’s Media Images Analyzed

—————

Topping LIFE.com’s 2011 Best Photo Blogs — also follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

Bag’s Take-Away:

TIME’s Christopher Morris captures the swagger.

via: Photos: Republican National Convention 2012 (TIME)

(photo: CHRISTOPHER MORRIS / VII FOR TIME.)

Visit BagNewsNotes: Today’s Media Images Analyzed

—————

Topping LIFE.com’s 2011 Best Photo Blogs — also follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

Bag’s Take-Away:

TIME’s Christopher Morris captures the swagger.

via: Photos: Republican National Convention 2012 (TIME)

(photo: CHRISTOPHER MORRIS / VII FOR TIME.)

Visit BagNewsNotes: Today’s Media Images Analyzed

—————

Topping LIFE.com’s 2011 Best Photo Blogs — also follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

Bag’s Take-Away:
At first, I couldn’t see photog Christopher Morris in Libya, his style so wonderfully satiric and dark. But Ghaddafi is actually great material for him, especially this shot combining humor (“insane dictator as merch”) and a wistfulness over the fragile hopes of Libya’s youth.
(photo: Christopher Morris for TIME caption: Topper: A young man sports a Gaddafi hat.
Full photo gallery: http://www.time.com/time/photogallery/0,29307,2057558_2252638,00.html
 —————
For the latest in visual politics, visit BagNewsNotes (and follow us  on Twitter).

Bag’s Take-Away:

At first, I couldn’t see photog Christopher Morris in Libya, his style so wonderfully satiric and dark. But Ghaddafi is actually great material for him, especially this shot combining humor (“insane dictator as merch”) and a wistfulness over the fragile hopes of Libya’s youth.

(photo: Christopher Morris for TIME captionTopper: A young man sports a Gaddafi hat.


Full photo gallery: http://www.time.com/time/photogallery/0,29307,2057558_2252638,00.html

 —————

For the latest in visual politics, visit BagNewsNotes (and follow us on Twitter).