With so many beautiful photographs of far-off destinations circulating the Internet, it should come as no surprise that some of these unbelievable pla...
Christina Rice - Senior Librarian, Photo Collection - Los Angeles Public Library La Plaza Abaja. St. Vincent's Park. Los Angeles Park. 6th Street Pa...
After ten years of mountain biking, UK-based photographer Filip Gierlinski decided to create a project to commemorate the people and landscapes that make the activity so great for him.
Jane Szabo's conceptualist photographic project, Reconstructing Self, is a work of self-portraiture, executed along a cumulative, expanding allegorical framework.
Everything is a flow, a constant one, coherent, continuous, perfect. A stream that never remains the same, yet so complete that it never changes.
Many street photographers are now showing their works directly to viewers outside of Japan by means of the internet. There is no need for them to rely on traditional art communities such as publications, galleries, museums, or academia those were common before the internet-world arrived.
Photographer Laura London has a mantra. "Personal, universal; observation, imagination." Her most indelible images are animated by the meticulous and intuitive calibration of these dynamic dualities.
"Their idols are silver and gold, the work of man's hands."
"I'm going to send you a photo every week and see what happens," said photographer Winky Lewis to writer Susan Conley. And that's how "Stop Here, This is the Place," came to life.
Lisbeth Ganer developed a love for photography early on, and the passion has become part of her DNA ever since. Having continued photography after moving from Norway to Luxembourg almost 18 years ago, she's established a reputation amongst many as a unique, energetic, and brilliant photographer.
#Hibernot is a term Land Rover invented to take back winter and take on opportunity. It means not holding back and not waiting for tomorrow, but embra...
Who gets to be naked? Who has to cover up? Where do I fit in on that spectrum and am I allowed to disrupt -- and ultimately change -- this reality?
Every year National Park Service publishes the Annual Park Ranking Report for Recreation Visitors. More than 305 million people visited national park...
When it comes to Donald Trump, emotions run extreme on both ends of the political spectrum. For many, his very name has come to evoke a fundamental pain that cuts like a personal affront. His comments have shown a disrespect and lack of tolerance for diversity in gender, race and religion.
Unfortunately, with online dating, people tend to judge a book by its cover. Once you accept this harsh reality, you have to do your best to show the most attractive/honest visual representation of yourself.
It's incredibly surreal how the lights come on, the fireworks explode and music start to play in the heavens when a woman hears the love of her life ask those words on bent knees, and a diamond in hand, "will you marry me." It's nothing short of magical.