Space Odyssey: 12th annual Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar is here! Continue reading Road trip….through space
Today, in honor of #optoutside, here’s a look at winning photography announced recently, including winners of the British Ecological Society photography competition just revealed yesterday — incredible images made by ecologists and students. In October, Wildlife of Photographer of the Year announced its winners. Congrats to all! Ecological awareness is an important key to the future healing and success of our planet. Continue reading Honoring Nature
“Each year, we round up our favorite products for our Editor’s Choice List specially geared towards photographers. The year 2019 felt almost like a Photokina year when it comes to new products being released. Crazily enough, that festival didn’t happen, however every camera manufacturer is clearly trying harder than ever to get a piece of a market that is becoming more and more niche. And, … Continue reading Wish List! Phoblographer announces Editor’s Choice Awards
What we have forgotten: When the world and wonder are reborn Continue reading What we have forgotten
Today’s Inspiration: Roie Galitz – “Challenge Yourself to the Extreme” Continue reading Worldwide Inspiration: On Photography with Roie Galitz
Sometimes the best adventures are close to home. This weekend, I’m headed to beautiful Long Beach Peninsula in Southwest Washington state (my home state), where American explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark saw the Pacific Ocean for the first time at Station Camp. “In November of 1805, the U.S. Corps of Volunteers for Northwest Discovery, led by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, reached the mouth … Continue reading Ocean in View!
Take a listen as Ibarionex and Jens Krauer talk about a holistic approach to creativity on The Candid Frame. Continue reading Where are we going and why?
“The Snow is melting into music.” –John Muir, John of the Mountains, The Unpublished Journals of John Muir No symptoms. No family history. I haven’t touched these pages for some time because since October, health issues had my creative mind frozen in a thick, cold web of anxiety. It was in early October that a routine colonoscopy after turning 50 in August revealed a serious … Continue reading Stark Realities
“My foot slips on a narrow ledge; in that split second, as needles of fear pierce heart and temples, eternity intersects with present time. Thought and action are not different, and stone, air, ice, sun, fear, and self are one. What is exhilarating is to extend this acute awareness into ordinary moments, in the moment-by-moment experiencing of the lammergeier and the wolf, which, finding themselves … Continue reading At the Center of Things