My original text for accompanying these images was filled with the usual litany of concerns about the gun culture in America. It has all been said before, and said better -- and because this is a photo blog, the images should speak for themselves.
A visit to Monet's home in Giverny results in some surprisingly creative travel photographs.
I hobbled toward him and he greeted me with a broad smile. He was photographing the collection of Elsa Schiaparelli shoe hats and their various iterations -- including one of his! I had no idea he was a hat designer. How could I be such a fan and not know that? Short answered: It's possible.
There are plenty of shelters that need help showing their animals in a better light. The trick is getting the attention of a shelter, making damn sure you are dedicated to the idea, and understanding the work involved.
All of these amazing photos were shot by naturalists and Lindblad-National Geographic certified photo instructors last year during spring and summer in Alaska.
There hasn't been much activity in Brownsville, Pa. in some years, but to visit the town, it's impossible not to be affected by its remnants and by its ghosts.
When photographing an automobile I try to capture more than just a picture of the car; I try to capture the aura of the car.
Until April 14, the Ten 43 gallery in Manhattan is featuring the work of acclaimed European photographer Uli Weber, concentrating on his signature creative portraiture.
This gangster is haunted, literally. Keyhole begins with an inversion -- a group of criminals have to fight their way past a police barricade into a house -- and only gets stranger from there.