Happy Earth Day! Remember to turn off a light or recycle your water bottle or whatever silly thing your HR department encouraged you to do for one single day a year.
- Rest in peace, Prince. The Minneapolis Star Tribune, Prince’s hometown paper, has a photo gallery of the superstar’s incredible life. Last night, the world mourned by turning purple.
- Go to the opening of Mirror to the World, including work by Exposed alum Michele Egan, at Glen Echo Photoworks Gallery tonight from 6 to 8 p.m.
- Congrats to Alexandria photographer Cindy Dyer, whose image of a waterlily from Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens was one of 16 selected to go on the U.S. Postal Service’s Forever Stamp to commemorate the National Park Service’s 100th anniversary.
New at National Museum of Women in the Arts, She Who Tells a Story: Women Photographers from Iran and the Arab World.
Impending entomological photo op? You may need to go slightly west.
A selection of this year’s Pulitzer Prize winning photographs.
A French photographer is being prosecuted for taking a photo of a man fatally injured in November’s terrorist attacks in Paris. The controversial “Guigou law” bans the publication of photos of victims on the grounds that it violates their rights to human dignity.
- Photographer Kate Warren does an excellent job illustrating Amanda Whiting’s story on D.C.’s “maddening” pot laws in the Washingtonian.
Ghost photobombs guest at hotel that inspired “The Shining”.
- Astronaut photography from space helped “discover” Earth.
- The Crusade for Art grant deadlines are due at midnight tonight.
- “A hairy beast walking wouldn’t bother anybody too much here, as long as it minded its own business.”