It’s the last weekend before our annual contest closes on Wednesday, February 28 at midnight. Don’t waste time… let’s see those entries! Also, save the date for our next monthly happy hour on March 13 at Meridian Pint.
Now, how about some links?
- Pretend spring has arrived with these winners of Washington Gardener magazine’s photo contest.
- Looking to learn more about how to use your camera? Exposed DC alum Amanda Archibald will be leading a DSLR and mirrorless camera workshop on March 3 at The Lemon Collective.
Head to the District Architecture Center on Tuesday the 27th for an opening reception of the exhibition “Hoachlander Davis: Photographing Spaces,” 6:30 p.m., free.
Max Desfor, a Pulitzer Prize winning war photographer who worked for the Associated Press for over 40 years, has passed away at 104.
TIME shares some of their favorite images from the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Or maybe you’re more interested in these multiple exposures that capture the movement of the athletes differently.
Behind the scenes takes on a life of its own in Klaus Pichler’s “Skeletons in the Closet” series showing taxidermied creatures in hidden spaces of the Museum of Natural History in Vienna.
- War photographer James Nachtwey turns his camera to a battle raging on U.S. soil, the opioid crisis, for TIME’s new cover story.