I love that about art, and beauty, and nature. There's always a silver lining. Even when it's four degrees outside.
What photographs will do and can do for a person's soul can't be found when you're looking only at the mere logistics of it. What makes it worth having needs to be something you can't help but notice as soon as you first walk in.
Like Radiohead, peanut butter and Jennifer Lawrence, some things are popular for a reason. Nestled into the center of Chile's expansive Patagonian region rests Torres del Paine, one the most iconic and coveted national parks of the entire Patagonian region.
Photographer Erik Schubert has created a photographic series simply titled How To Win Friends and Influence People, inspired by his own father, a pharmaceutical salesman who spent may days on the road.
Camille Warmington has lived most of her life in Texas. She graduated from Kansas State University with a Bachelor of Interior Architecture in 1984 an...
A few days back, at our weekly QBlog editors meeting, it was clear that everyone I work with has been feeling frustrated with the lack of mainstream media coverage of the state-sanctioned torture and oppression of Russia's LGBTQ citizens, so we decided to do something about it.
Art is inside the artist and finds its expression through the instrument. The guitar. The camera. For Andy Summers they were the instruments without words.
Carey is extremely talented, her recipes are fresh, flavorful and tastefully created while her photography style is awe-inspiring.
The University of Toronto is home to the world's largest collection of photographs by the late beat poet, Allen Ginsberg.
The cliché about ballet dancers is that they are "light on their feet," that they "float" and "soar" across the stage. I've always felt the opposite to be more interesting: nobody reveals a more solid connection to the ground.
Photo courtesy of @stlgasm, Jeff Vines One medium in particular is fascinating the National Trust's Community Outrea...
Over the summer, Moscow-based street photographer Maria Plotnikova traveled south for that exact reason and was kind enough to share her photo series with us.
The perfectionist side of my personality wants to know that I'm doing this stay at home mom thing "right." But there always seems to be something making me feel like I'm doing it all wrong.
Fred W. McDarrah: Save the Village takes its name from the words painted on the side of an artist's studio on Greenwich Avenue, demolished in 1960 and memorably photographed by McDarrah. Its shadows remain in the literary and cultural walking tours that lace the neighborhood.
The age-old questions of urban boundaries and city walls matter less today in a physical sense, but photographs have suggested that the political overlay of region, cities and neighborhoods still keep visible form, however counterintuitive.
Bob Witte, born and raised in the Midwest, has lived in the Los Angeles area for over 50 years. Forty of those years have been the serious study of ar...