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  1. Five Summer Recipes from Tending the Table

    Seattle-based food blogger Sasha Swerdloff creates plant-based recipes that support sustainable living and personal well-being.

    Cooking
    Photos of ramps (for a quinoa salad), carrot ginger soup, and red berry almond blondies by Tending the Table.
  2. Where Street Photography Meets Dance: The Portraits of Omar Z Robles

    Photographer Omar Z Robles documents ballet dancers around the world.

    Photo Essay
    Courtney Stohlton in Puerto Rico. All photographs by Omar Z Robles.
  3. Recipes, Reviews, and Edible Photography: Eater’s Manifesto

    Eater’s Manifesto is a feast for the eyes and the soul.

    Cooking
    Haddock with Beet Root and Oregano. All photos by Suresh. All rights reserved.
  4. Lit in Neon, Cut into Stone: A Typographic Tour of Berlin

    Discover Berlin on a visual, typographic tour.

    Architecture
  5. 10,000 Kilometers: Quintin Lake on Walking and Photographing Britain’s Coastline

    Photographer Quintin Lake is walking and blogging his way around the coast of Britain.

    Architecture
    Venus above camp at Penbwchdy, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Glow from Ireland across the sea. Photograph by Quintin Lake.
  6. Documenting a City, One Photo at a Time: Winnipeg Love Hate

    Photographer Bryan Scott documents both urban renewal and decline at Winnipeg Love Hate.

    Interviews
    Canada Day at The Forks. (All photos by Bryan Scott. All rights reserved.)
  7. As Far as the Eye Can See: Four Bloggers, Four Landscapes

    Landscape photographers are an active group within the broader photoblogging community. Here’s work from four sites we invite you to explore.

    Landscape

    Softness and toughness come together in James Elkington's photo of Malhamdale Fields, in Yorkshire, England.

  8. “Toronto is Where the World Lives”: Meet Photographer Ryan Bolton

    See Toronto — and the world — through the lens of Ryan Bolton.

    Exploration
    A night shot of the historic Gooderham Building in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, by Ryan Bolton.
  9. Why We March: Reflections from Women’s Marches

    Millions of people marched on January 21, 2017, to oppose the new Trump administration in the US — and wrote about (or photographed or sketched) the experience.

    Current Events
    The National Mall in Washington, D.C., during the Women's March on Washington (photo from four twenty nine).
  10. Telling Story, Sharing Light: A Roundtable Discussion with the Women of Tea&Bannock

    Tea&Bannock is a supportive community celebrating life through the Indigenous gaze. Meet the seven artists behind it.

    Culture
    Photo by Tenille Campbell.
  11. One World, Many Angles: A Selection of Images from 2016

    A small selection of notable photographers and their work on WordPress.com, published in 2016.

    Photo Essay
    Capturing movement in Agra, India. Photo by John Meehan at Adjunctive.
  12. After the Final Curtain: Matt Lambros Photographs America’s Movie Theaters in Ruins

    Photographer Matt Lambros captures the decaying past in America’s abandoned movie theaters.

    Architecture
    The Loew’s Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, New York, designed by the architectural firm of Rapp and Rapp. All images courtesy of Matt Lambros, After the Final Curtain.
  13. Fleeting Instances: A Conversation with Street Photographer Lignum Draco

    Lignum Draco talks about his photographic inspiration, favorite techniques, and pseudonym.

    Interviews
    You've been disconnected. All photos by Lignum Draco. All rights reserved.
  14. Many Faces: Highlights from Portrait Photographers

    A mix of portraiture, captured by photographers on WordPress.com.

    Photo Essay
    Behind-the-scenes snapshot of actor Bryan Cranston. Photo by Brad Trent at Damn Ugly Photography.
  15. Abandoned, Not Forgotten: A Look at the Haunting Beauty of Modern Ruins

    A look at bloggers and photographers who document the disappearing traces of everyday 20th-century life.

    Architecture
    The Sattler / Broadway Theater in Buffalo, NY. Image by Liz at Peeling Walls.