I shot an arrow into the air,
It fell to earth, I knew not where;
For, so swiftly it flew, the sight
Could not follow it in its flight.

I breathed a song into the air,
It fell to earth, I knew not where;
For who has sight so keen and strong,
That it can follow the flight of song?

Long, long afterward, in an oak
I found the arrow, still unbroke;
And the song, from beginning to end,
I found again in the heart of a friend.

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (via observando)

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Since 2013, New York City-based photographer Nancy Borowick has been documenting her parents’ dual battles with cancer in a touching series titled Cancer Family. Both her mother and father, Laurel and Howie, were diagnosed with advanced stages of the disease within a year of each other. Balancing the roles of photographer, daughter, and caretaker, Borowick captured scenes from her parents’ daily lives as they underwent treatment together.
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Since 2013, New York City-based photographer Nancy Borowick has been documenting her parents’ dual battles with cancer in a touching series titled Cancer Family. Both her mother and father, Laurel and Howie, were diagnosed with advanced stages of the disease within a year of each other. Balancing the roles of photographer, daughter, and caretaker, Borowick captured scenes from her parents’ daily lives as they underwent treatment together.
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Since 2013, New York City-based photographer Nancy Borowick has been documenting her parents’ dual battles with cancer in a touching series titled Cancer Family. Both her mother and father, Laurel and Howie, were diagnosed with advanced stages of the disease within a year of each other. Balancing the roles of photographer, daughter, and caretaker, Borowick captured scenes from her parents’ daily lives as they underwent treatment together.
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mymodernmet:

Since 2013, New York City-based photographer Nancy Borowick has been documenting her parents’ dual battles with cancer in a touching series titled Cancer Family. Both her mother and father, Laurel and Howie, were diagnosed with advanced stages of the disease within a year of each other. Balancing the roles of photographer, daughter, and caretaker, Borowick captured scenes from her parents’ daily lives as they underwent treatment together.
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mymodernmet:

Since 2013, New York City-based photographer Nancy Borowick has been documenting her parents’ dual battles with cancer in a touching series titled Cancer Family. Both her mother and father, Laurel and Howie, were diagnosed with advanced stages of the disease within a year of each other. Balancing the roles of photographer, daughter, and caretaker, Borowick captured scenes from her parents’ daily lives as they underwent treatment together.
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mymodernmet:

Since 2013, New York City-based photographer Nancy Borowick has been documenting her parents’ dual battles with cancer in a touching series titled Cancer Family. Both her mother and father, Laurel and Howie, were diagnosed with advanced stages of the disease within a year of each other. Balancing the roles of photographer, daughter, and caretaker, Borowick captured scenes from her parents’ daily lives as they underwent treatment together.
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mymodernmet:

Since 2013, New York City-based photographer Nancy Borowick has been documenting her parents’ dual battles with cancer in a touching series titled Cancer Family. Both her mother and father, Laurel and Howie, were diagnosed with advanced stages of the disease within a year of each other. Balancing the roles of photographer, daughter, and caretaker, Borowick captured scenes from her parents’ daily lives as they underwent treatment together.
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mymodernmet:

Since 2013, New York City-based photographer Nancy Borowick has been documenting her parents’ dual battles with cancer in a touching series titled Cancer Family. Both her mother and father, Laurel and Howie, were diagnosed with advanced stages of the disease within a year of each other. Balancing the roles of photographer, daughter, and caretaker, Borowick captured scenes from her parents’ daily lives as they underwent treatment together.
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mymodernmet:

Since 2013, New York City-based photographer Nancy Borowick has been documenting her parents’ dual battles with cancer in a touching series titled Cancer Family. Both her mother and father, Laurel and Howie, were diagnosed with advanced stages of the disease within a year of each other. Balancing the roles of photographer, daughter, and caretaker, Borowick captured scenes from her parents’ daily lives as they underwent treatment together.
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mymodernmet:

Since 2013, New York City-based photographer Nancy Borowick has been documenting her parents’ dual battles with cancer in a touching series titled Cancer Family. Both her mother and father, Laurel and Howie, were diagnosed with advanced stages of the disease within a year of each other. Balancing the roles of photographer, daughter, and caretaker, Borowick captured scenes from her parents’ daily lives as they underwent treatment together.

You spend another hour trying to find each other, to recognize each other, and you drink a little too much and try a little too hard. And you go home to a cold bed and think, That was fine. And your life is a long line of fine.

Gone Girl (via carlicatnip)