Parisian photographer Francois Laxault isn't just taking photographs of birds; he's creating a still frame of a very peaceful moment. He tracks the birds who are active participants in a zen-like dance in the sky.
In life we tend to look at the success of others and wonder if our story could ever resemble theirs. So many people turn the other cheek and accept a life of mediocrity, but it doesn't have to be this way. Chris Ozer proves that where there's a will there's a way.
I'd like to introduce myself and some of my family by showing you a visual tale of my sons exploring this child's paradise, my home.
The first day of school is also a milestone and a great opportunity to document your child's personality he prepares to start a new grade and track changes in personality as well as growth from year to year.
I have to say I'm more than amused by the collection of answers received on what other people think they see in this image of clouds. I've heard it all.
For me, seeing a person in an image makes it more memorable because it tells a greater story than a landscape ever could. It also adds cultural reference.
Have you ever scrolled down your newsfeed and come across a photograph depicting a person in New York along with a quoted caption? After reading the post, did you feel like it impacted your day in some minute way?
Curated by Séamus Kealy, the exhibition takes its cue from the term "punctum," which was coined by the French philosopher Roland Barthes. "Punctum" refers, for example, to a striking detail in the photograph that captivates the viewer.
We were curious to find out what kinds of travel photography elicit that sharing impulse and, specifically, which T+L images have been pinned the most.
One can't help but be inspired by John Russo's passion for helping and inspiring others while ensuring that his legacy is much more than just his incredible work as a photographer or makeup icon.
I open the door and pause. It's dark and warm. I'm not sure what to expect, but I know something unusual awaits. That's the weirdest part: How normal this feels.
I realize that some may see this as a sign, an act of God if you will. There will be others, those who will doubt. And that's okay. But one thing's for sure, and that's how remarkably clear this image in the sky really is.
It ain't summertime without at least spending a few days at the beach soaking up the rays and relaxing with family and friends.
I've always loved the saying: 'If it walks like a duck and talks like a duck, then it probably is a duck.' Because nothing can argue with that, can it...
C'mon: From the gorgeous glassware to the fresh fruit garnishes, cocktails are begging for a close-up.
Rural Ecuadorian women are saddled with domestic duties, in addition to the responsibilities of tending agriculture and living a rural lifestyle, which often entails withstanding domestic abuse and marginalization. Rural indigenous women in Ecuador experience a disproportionate amount of domestic violence.