Last night I was reading a ladies magazine before hitting the hay. Like most of these mags there isn’t a lot to read within their pages to begin with, so when I came upon the article called “Training Days” it peaked my interest.
Food obsessed and freewheeling – Julie Power conquers her deep-rooted fear of fitness to get in the best shape of her life. Photographed by Annie Leibovitz.
An article about someone obsessed with food (as I am definitely NOT obsessed with food) and getting in shape was timely, but also, I am a huge fan of Annie Leibovitz’ photography.
But picture, what picture? No picture?
I look again at the slice-of-a-picture. It’s a black and white photo of…. nothing really. A wall? I don’t get it.
The caption by the partial-photo reads “Naked Ambition”.
Check the page number – 264
Check the page number on the right – 267
DRAT! They’ve done it again!!!!!!!
Twice this has happened lately. I don’t mind so much if the censors here take their black felt pens and strike through a women’s midriff, shoulders, thighs or something possibly worse as it’s deemed inappropriate and offensive, but do they have to tear out whole pages of print?
I just checked Vogue magazine on-line to see if I can read it there, but it’s not posted so I’m out of luck. The article is about Julie Powell from Julie & Julia fame and the picture is that of a Canadian model by the name of Daria Werbowy.