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Resilient: WPC

Resilient. It could mean so many things. As a New Yorker, I thought about photographing the new building where the World Trade Center had stood–talk about resilience. But I was doing that because it fit the challenge, not because it inspired me.

So I took my camera, with my new 40mm prime lens attached, for a walk. It was a beautiful day. I thought I’d see something.

I took pictures of bulbs sprouting from under dead leaves. I found some pansies that were somehow hanging in there after a recent cold snap. I almost took photos of my local farmers market, but there were only two stands still open by the time I got there–it looked rather sad and ragtag, not what I was going for with the theme “resilient.”

Then I remembered the sculpture outside Martin Luther King, Jr. High School. With quotes from MLK about the civil rights movement, what could say resilient better (or more eloquently)?



Hi, I'm Mercedes. I'm a PhD candidate in politics and a trained pastry chef. I'm also an amateur photographer, hobby quilter, and all-around nutty girl living in the Big Apple.

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