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  1. Art
  2. The Most Frugal Vacation: A Photography Roundup

    Come ride with me as I dream of warmth and spring.

    Photography
    Photo taken at the Getty Center in California by View From the Carrot Room.
  3. Dealing with Darkness

    Making images helps Eduardo Mendoza to cope with mental illness: “Photography was and has been in the past weeks and months a way to cope with the extreme despair and desolation I was going through and my journey since then.

    Art
    Image by Eduardo Mendoza
  4. Photography
  5. Meet Metis – Jupiter’s Closest, Quickest Moon

    Let Jason Major take you on a trip to meet Metis — the fastest and closest of the 69 satellites orbiting Jupiter.

    Science
  6. On Poetry and Photography

    Guest blogger Kelsie Marchand, a Syilx woman from the Okanagan Territory in British Columbia, at Tea&Bannock: “I used to be a lost soul and when I found that photography can be an expression of unspeakable words, then I felt as though I found my true self.”

    Inspiration
    Image by Kelsie Marchand
  7. Photography
  8. eat with enzo

    At eat with enzo, you’ll come for the great food photography and stay for the recipes.

    Cooking
  9. Just Another Photo Blog

    Just Another Photo Blog is the highly ironic site title of New York-based photographer Andrew Boyle, shooter of festivals, protests, concerts, portraits, and everything in between.

    Art
    Photo by Andrew Boyle
  10. Finding My Way into a New Form: An Interview with Teju Cole

    Teju Cole chats with Steve Paulson about the beauty of sentence fragments and his meditative approach to combining text and photography in his book, Blind Spot.

    Art
  11. Art
    Photo by Andrew Boyle
  12. Art
    Photo by Lignum Draco.
  13. His First Real Camera

    Like father, like son: Rob Moses’ love of photography has taken root in his son, Cameron, age six.

    Family
    Photo by Rob Moses
  14. 500 Pens

    500 Pens is a coalition of writers and photographers covering social justice, activism, and advocacy efforts.

    Diversity
  15. Art
    By Anna Spoon