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  1. Nature’s Place

    Get to know the habits of insects — up close and personal — via Mark Berkery’s macro photography.

    Photo by Mark Berkery
  2. Identity
    Photo by Mandira Bahl
  3. Fleeting Instances: A Conversation with Street Photographer Lignum Draco

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

    You've been disconnected. All photos by Lignum Draco. All rights reserved.
  4. Diary of a Traveller

    “He measures time by the difficulty of the terrain, the wind, and the mood of the weather.” Diary of a Traveller is the site of Zahariz Khuzaimah, a nomadic Malaysian adventurer, photographer, and filmmaker.

  5. “…if I got up and raised my trigger finger to the shutter I would be stealing part of Abohane’s soul and chipping away at my own” –Mary Turner on the photo she didn’t take.

  6. Antarctica, Land of Eternal Snow

    Thanks to Hristo, you can witness Antarctica’s harsh and ethereal beauty from the warmth and safety of your armchair.

    Photo Essay
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  8. Subatomic Tourism

    Subatomic Tourism is an ongoing project to big up the small with a hint of Irwin Allen and Richard Feynman, along with a touch of Marcel Duchamp and Ray Harryhausen; to bring by way of Joseph Cornell and Gerry Anderson a celebration of the wonderful world-sized diorama we find ourselves living in.

  9. Vintage Reflection

    Amy Purfield-Clark is a freelance fashion stylist and illustrator. Vintage Reflection is her personal style, photography, and fashion portfolio.

  10. Finger, Fork & Knife

    Kate Olsson grew up watching her mother than grandmother cook, and when she moved out on her own, found her own passion for food. Inventive dishes and magazine-worthy photography make Finger, Fork & Knife a must-read for any food lover.

  11. Meta Mint

    Manca Javscek doesn’t like cookbooks without photos, so she makes sure her food blog is chock-full of them — rich, moody tableaus that make us want to reach for knife and fork.

  12. Grace & Ivy

    Ivy’s artwork stems from a deep desire to capture beauty. Inspired by dreams, fairy tales, spiritualism, and history, Ivy’s work most often features a central female figure or figures. She uses vintage imagery, and ephemera, to add a sense of nostalgia and romance.

  13. Things We Make

    Wife-and-husband team Claire and Ed Sutton exemplify the DIY ethos. Their site is a true chronicle of all the things they make, from food to photography to hand-crafted props and servingware — with images, instructions, and stories that inspire us to make, too.