Today I’m introducing a new feature: “Where in the World?” showcasing images and photographers I follow around the globe. We can’t travel as much these days due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but we can appreciate one another’s views and home states, regions, etc. from afar. Would you like to be featured? Send 1-3 photos of your special corner of the world, along with a … Continue reading Where in the World?
Valerie Jardin’s new book, “Street Photography Assignments: 75 Reasons to Hit the Streets and Learn” will bust your photography rut Continue reading Book Review: “Street Photography Assignments: 75 Reasons to Hit the Streets and Learn” by Valerie Jardin
On a trip to the Southwest Washington coast last spring, I got up at dawn to take photographs. Fog rolled in and “ruined” the light but with writing, just like photography, nothing is ever really ruined. You just have to be like a crow, picking up every shiny thing, turning it over and over for measure & finding the right place for it in your … Continue reading Time, Travel & The Poetry of Things
“Conflicts and Harmonies,” a new installation by renowned artist Luigi Petracchi opens this weekend in beautiful Pistoia, Italy. The show is described by curator Laura Monaldi as “an introspective invitation to personal reflection; an invitation to ‘descend’ within the most complex, deep and ancestral themes with which modern man lives, often ignoring its existence. From artistic creation – pages wisely elaborated by hand and chemically, … Continue reading Conflitti e Armonie: The starting point for progress
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?
A new series of posts from stories written for WorldWide Magazine Continue reading WorldWide! Celebrating the World’s Image Makers
NYC’s 2017 Pride Parade with Photographer Mel Rolleri Continue reading Capture of the Day: Mel Rolleri – “Love Wins”
It’s a dark, moody day here in Oregon. The rain, though, as gloomy as it feels on the second full day of spring, is a good thing. Drought stalks us. Climate change is upon us. Forecasters are already predicting another terrible fire season across the American West this summer. As if the world doesn’t already feel anxious enough….. At a recent National Geographic LIVE! event … Continue reading World Water Day: Remembering the art and spirit of Rachel Carson
Armchair travel a la time lapse: Le Pas-de-Calais Continue reading Armchair Travel a la time lapse: Le Pas-de-Calais