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  1. Mark Johanson

    Travel, food, and culture writer Mark Johanson is based in Santiago, Chile, and has written for publications such as Newsweek, GQ, the Guardian, CNN, BBC, and Lonely Planet. He also photographs people, nature, and landscapes from his travels.

    Exploration
  2. Architecture
  3. “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.
  4. Trash on the Monocacy

    “I set out to find the trash . . . put it in my bag, and leave one small part of the Monocacy a little cleaner, a little more what it should be, a little more itself.” Here, you’ll find the photos and stories of Juliana Sedgley, who collects trash on the Monocacy River in Maryland.

    Nature
  5. Han Dekker

    Dutch street photographer Han Dekker focuses on city scenes, which he captures (more often than not) in striking monochrome shots.

    Landscape
  6. Thoughts on Belonging

    Writer and educator Monna McDiarmid, a Canadian based in Yokohama, Japan, reflects on her shifting sense of belonging to the various places she’s lived in.

    Culture
  7. documenting the obvious

    Peter, a Berlin-based photoblogger, shares his atmospheric shots of urban landscapes, musical performances, and odd objects on his site, .documenting.the.obvious.

    Art
  8. The Perimeter

    The Perimeter is a photography project by Quintin Lake, who is walking 10,000 kilometers — the entire coast of England, Wales, and Scotland — with camera in hand.

    Photo Essay
    Stevenson fish packing plant I, Newlyn Harbour, Cornwall.
  9. At the Edge of the Old World

    “I realised you cannot simply leave the desert behind.” James Dee Clayton documents his transformative time in Senegal in an extensive collection of photographs.

    Exploration
  10. Architecture
  11. Photography in Oman

    On his blog, film photographer David A. Lockwood shares striking images of landscapes — both natural and urban — in Oman’s deserts.

    Architecture
  12. How to Create a Museum, Wherever You Are

    At the TED Ideas blog, a curator and an artist show how they transformed the Mumbai setting of Slumdog Millionaire into a vibrant, community-made museum.

    Art
  13. Landscape

    Image from "Focusing," by PaulaB at The Temenos Journal.

  14. Exploration
  15. Home

    “India and I are like childhood sweethearts. We’ve moved on to different things, but there’s a special corner in our hearts for each other. I don’t have to choose. Both India and the US are home.” In this piece on family and India, Hema Nataraju reflects on the meaning of home.

    Essay