August 9, 2011
The Picture from Iowa, 2012: Comic Relief –Team Newt Laying Eagle Eggs
This is the fifth post in our series, The Picture from Iowa, 2012 based on photos and on-the-ground conversations with photographer Brendan Hoffman leading up to the Ames Straw Poll, combined with analysis by The Bag.
With all the bad stuff in the air right down, we thought you could use a more featherweight look at the Iowa scramble as we count down to Saturday’s Ames Straw Poll. The Gingrich couple having descended into self-parody, notice how Callista, the “alpha bird” in the relationship, looks a lot less like a Newt clone now than she does the Team United mascot — just a weird coincidence, or a graphic designer’s revenge? — and (in her dreams) America’s national good luck charm.
Follow all the posts in this series at: The Picture from Iowa, 2012.
(caption: Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich and his wife Callista Gingrich introduce the movie A City Upon A Hill, which is hosted by the two of them, at a screening on Friday, April 29, 2011 in Washington, DC. )
Originals Archive Archives
January 6, 2015
Sarah Stacke’s “Love From Manenberg”: Making Strong Bones
December 21, 2014
Ode to Light: Making Street Photography in a Cynical Age — by Amy Touchette
November 11, 2014
Sarah Stacke: Mothers of Manenberg
September 16, 2014
Sarah Stacke: Love From Manenberg
July 10, 2014
David Schalliol from Chicago: On the South Side, as in Detroit, Rumblings of Something Different
June 17, 2014
When Photographing Is Forbidden: Making Portraits in the McCarren Park Pool Locker Room by Amy Touchette