I can’t go and post portraits from the NYT and then not have any of my own. Although I posted this one before, I just reworked it and want to show it because I think it so well demonstrates my belief in natural strength and beauty. These are my friends Milinda and Wayland, whom I admire greatly, out working on their clam lease in the Gulf. Milinda is a designer and an artist who is also a WaterWoman . Here she is after diving for clam bags, getting ready to put down a PVC marker.
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