- Next week, the National Cathedral hosts Seeing Deeper – they’re taking out the chairs, and the scaffolding will be gone, so you can feel (and photograph) a cathedral that looks “a lot like it would have during medieval times.”
- Rest in peace, Concepcion Picciotto, and thanks to Biketripper for adding this great photo of her to our Flickr pool.
- We told you about the National Park Service opening a position for a new Ansel Adams last December; now NPR interviews the agency about what the photographer will do. (The lucky person will be announced in a few months.)
- Photographer Kevin Abosch just sold a photograph of an Irish potato for 1 million euros to an anonymous European businessman.
- Finding Vivian Maier, the crowdsourced documentary about the street photographer whose work was unknown until hundreds of thousands of her photos were discovered a few years ago, is coming to Netflix on February 28.
- This cat sticks his tongue out for concentration while taking his selfies.
To some, it was as if she had met a celebrity rock star. To others, this woman looked pretty terrified. In fact Robin Roy is one very eager supporter of U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
- “A picture is worth a thousand words. The Soviet Photobook reminds us how many of those words can be lies, handsomely delivered” – an interesting review of this nine pound propoganda photobook by Exposed-alum Pat Padua.
When Electrolux closed its factory in a small Iowa town, residents learned how globalization is more than just a buzzword tossed about during presidential caucuses.
Renowned for her photographs of jazz and rock legends of the 1960s and 70s, Leni Sinclair has been announced as the Kresge Foundation’s Eminent Artist of 2016.
A Norwegian chain of Arctic islands is seeking to turn numbing cold and total winter darkness into a draw for visitors who usually only venture north for the midnight sun during fleeting summers.
From pinstriped suits to sporting successes – and life on the farm in wartime – images from the Bank of England’s photo vaults.
Photographer Corinne Botz takes us inside the bizarre world of simulated doctor-patient relationships.
The “Postcards from Home” project, run by Kotryna Ula Kiliulyte, features nine Glasgow-based artists’ photographs of their homeland, printed as actual postcards.
For more than 2,500 out-of-service New York City subway cars, the bottom of the Atlantic is the final destination after they were enlisted for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s artificial reef program.
- A fashion photographer takes these clever subversive selfies (though the gif bits are a little creepy).
- This adorable sloth tried to cross a road In Ecuador, but got stuck half way.
- A wonderful gallery of the piglet saved from the snowstorm by a Chevy Chase family, and then adopted by the Poplar Spring Animal Sanctuary where he’s now a warm and snugly pig in a blanket.