I discovered the work of Joyce Tenneson in 2002 and she's still one of the photographer I like the most.
I wanted to introduce her to you with the set called "Wise Women" :
I grow more intense as I age, and I am more passionate about the projects I believe in. I still enjoy getting dressed elegantly in the evening and making an “entrance” at a party.
—Brooke Astor, 98
"Being in opera is my life. I've played Madame Butterfly more times than almost anyone else alive, the story continues to absorb me. Tragic, poignant love will always fascinate and touch people."
—Licia Albanese, age 88
The most important thing is to try and enjoy life—because you never know when it will be gone. If you wake up in the morning and you have a choice between doing the laundry and taking a walk in the park, go for the walk. You’d hate to die and realize you had spent your last day doing the laundry!
—Christine Lee, 67
People often stop me now and tell me I’m beautiful. I never had this happen when I was younger. So for me aging has, at least on the surface, made others interested in me and who I am.