I spent 12 magical days in Botswana exploring four camps -- Chitabe, Vumbura Plains, Abu and Mombo -- in various regions of the Okavango Delta. Each had its own personality and exciting wildlife adventure. I started my trip at Chitabe Camp, and now... Vumbura Plains
With a host of vintage shops and fashion collectives in Athens, fashion at UGA is always diverse and distinctive. Students embrace their own styles and are not afraid to think outside of the metaphorical box.
What if you loved food, but the odds were against you?
This question originally appeared on Quora. Answer by Brian Fey...
Let's stand up and cheer restaurant food photography that defeats the originally intended purpose -- it makes you repulsed by the cuisine actually s...
The NYC-ARTS community is full of talent and we want to share it. Every Friday we showcase one fan's artwork on our Facebook wall and Fan Art Gallery....
Hate your work; and love your work. Change your mind; and stick to your guns. Find the moment; then scrap it -- and start all over again.
Russian photographer Katerina Belkina puts the 'self-portrait' phenomenon in a new setting. With unprecedented technical precision, Belkina uses the r...
They're not the sort of images that one blinks at for a while before concluding that art is incomprehensible and wandering off in a state of alienation.
It can be expensive, but it's well worth the cost.
In Galápagos, with fear and flight an ocean away, we are privileged to sit and ponder the eyes of the animals for a prolonged period of time. The result is profound and complex, one that left me lying on the ground for minutes in front of an iguana and trying to solve the mysteries of the universe.
Blurry, badly lit, out-of-focus, poorly framed, often shot with a disposable camera -- this genre of photography deserves a little recognition from the art community.
Just south of the international border in Mexico, the Sonoran Desert stretches to meet the Sea of Cortez. Remote springs and oases provide relief to an arid landscape of cactus and mountains, bordered by coastal wetlands and an ocean teaming with wildlife.
Colombian refugees and internally displaced people are the frequently forgotten victims of a 50-year-long conflict between paramilitaries, guerillas, and the Colombian military and security forces.