Clark James Mishler
The Three Minute Portrait.
Started on the first day of January, 2010, I have produced at least one portrait each day since. The average time for each portrait is 3 minutes. Here are the results.

Portrait 365/104

Posted in Portrait a day by admin on April 16th, 2014

 

Dimond High seniors and long-boarders David Tinilla and Justin Camillo on Tenth Avenue near G Street, Anchorage.                   "Like most Alaskans I fish, camp, and hunt in the summer time but I'm also quite fond of my city...I often hear my peers claiming there's nothing to do here, or that we lack culture.  As an Anchorage youth I believe it's our responsibility to work with our given circumstances to make the best of it.  Anchorage started as a tent city, a city of canvases you might say.  I think we should paint our picture and leave an imprint.  With longboarding, it's not so much the transportation that makes it great, it's the freedom." ir1_93@hotmail.com (© Clark James Mishler)

6:30 PM, Monday, April 14, 2014.  “Like most Alaskans I fish, camp, and hunt in the summer but I’m also quite fond of my city…I often hear my peers claiming there’s nothing to do here, or that we lack culture.  As an Anchorage youth I believe it’s our responsibility to work with our given circumstances to make the best of it.  Anchorage started as a tent city, a city of canvases you might say.  I think we should paint our picture and leave an imprint.”  -Dimond High senior and long-boarder David Tinilla (left) and his friend Justin Camillo on Tenth Avenue near G Street, Anchorage.

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