Please help me! I went on the small white bus on Saturday, January 15, 2011, in Bayonne, about 4:15 PM. I took the bus at 19 th street / Kennedy Blvd – bus stoped at 49 street! My camera fell down on the bus floor, I lost my used camera. There are very important pictures on SD Card inside this camera (from 93 yrs old woman birthday, who is sick in the bed), and my own pictures. If some passenger who found my camera, perhaps read this letter to editor. I believe, a passengers in Bayonne are honest persons! Return camera to the owner, plz! Thanks from above! Contact: 201-744-4838
By Evelyn Bonilla
“Natural and memorable”, is the best way to describe the photography of Hudson County photographer Rebecca Ferrier. Well-known for preserving the history of things that are slowly disappearing from the past; through her images she is able to awaken what once was.
In her newest exhibit “Motels”, she travels from the north to the south of New Jersey to capture the true essence of what motels once were. Once a prime place to stay, motels are slowly vanishing in the wake of large hotels. Ferrier explains, “With my photography, I like to document objects that are slowly disappearing. Some motels are changing and being renovated, while others are just fading away. Through my images, I hope to document its true meaning.”
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