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Manufactured Landscapes — Burtynsky Released in 80 min.

Stanko Abadžić Photography

Stanko Abadžić Photography

Mary Ellen Mark / Floating Guru Ganges River / 1989

Floating Guru in the Ganges River - Benares, India 1989 photo by Mary Ellen Mark.

Be 'resolute' to break the silence of ovarian cancer - know the signs & share them with the women you love!

Edward Burtynsky, “Glacial Runoff #1, Skeidararsandur, Iceland” (2012)

Flow Charts: Edward Burtynsky’s Photos of the World’s Watery Parts


Inventing My Father: Diana Markosian’s Long Journey Home - good article-she was seven-when her mother left her father in Russia- & took her to America

I have vague memories of cruising around on a bike like this, feeling the wind in my hair and the freedom to go wherever I wanted - at least to the end of the driveway...

A partnership between photographer William Eggleston and his daughter, textile designer Andra Eggleston, has changed the fabric of their relationship

Edward Burtynsky : la beauté vénéneuse des rivières acides - GEO

Edward Burtynsky : la beauté vénéneuse des rivières acides

A documentary of Ed Burtynsky, a photographer that takes large format photos that beautifully depicts the piles and pits of industrial manufacturing that humankin…

Tom Blachford - Taken in New Zealand, I really like the many layers that are a part of this photograph.  There is a lot going on, but how Blachfrod has set up the composition, it makes the  viewer more interested, rather than overwhelmed. The mist coming off of the hot springs is really something else and I love how this mist makes some of the mountains fade off into the background.  Without the mist, this photo has a very jungle feel to it, because the greenery seems very thick and lush.

New Zealand North Island - Tom Blachford Photographer Melbourne

St Agnes - Today is the eve of St Agnes's feast day - Looking for a husband? Pray to St Agnes

Looking for a husband? Pray to St Agnes...

A major turning point in my latest Austen-inspired vagary, A Dance with Mr. Darcy, comes when Elizabeth permits Lydia to convince her to join in the St Agnes Eve festivities. But who was St Agnes…