Monthly Archives: September 2014

A photo essay on masking

As a medical condition, the physiological nature of pain is described by Henry (2008) as the following: On a day-to-day basis pain subsides after the recovery from tissue injury, such as a burn, a cut or even a broken bone. … Continue reading

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Thoughts on vampires

If you know me then perhaps the following is not a considerable confession: I’ve always had an interest in the macabre. I loved the Beetlejuice cartoon (and eventually the movie, as the sand worm scared the crap out of me … Continue reading

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