When I first saw the Rio Grande, I thought, “Is this it?” For such a symbolic and literal barrier, you can easily wade across it since it’s only waist-deep and narrow as a large stream in Big Bend National Park in Texas. But along the path are hot springs that are right adjacent to the
Artist-in-Residence at the Château de l’Esparrou Odyssée and Photo Exhibition in France I’ll be an Artist-in-Residence at the Château de l’Esparrou Odyssée in the south of France creating night landscape photographs for a month. The residency and financial grant is supported by the French Ministry of culture and communication. It allows me to create nighttime
“West: Lost World,” is a collaborative interdisciplinary project using photography, music, fiction writing, presentations, and apps to document the changing landscape of the West due to energy development. Description and Purpose of Proposed Activity For Marion Fellowship The West’s spectacular energy boom has finally gone bust. And with fuel prices declining, the dream seekers are departing,
The Connection Between Hurricane Sandy in Broad Channel, Queens and Melting Glaciers in Greenland?
Photographic Project Grants From American-Scandinavian and Puffin Foundation included in Exhibition in Rockaway Curated by Larry Ossei-Mensah Indeed–the connection between Greenland and Queens? One is a remote island-nation covered in a 2,000 mile ice sheet, population 55,000; the other is part of the North American Eastern Seaboard megalopolis, population of Queens 2.3 million. But both are extremely
I was making long exposure photographs during a fellowship in Wyoming in the forest. It was completely dark at 2am; I could see nothing in front of me. So, I put the camera and tripod on the path, and came back an hour later. I am usually petrified of the dark, but felt drawn to working
Here Are 11 Tips to Use When Applying for an Artist Residency For Fine Art Photographers, Artists, Writers, Filmmakers How to Apply for an Artist Residency for Photographers, Artists: 11 Tips, by Steve Giovinco from Steve Giovinco
What the Mexican Border Looks Like at Night While at Big Bend National Park in West Texas, I headed up the hill at night, hearing rustling javelinas (mountain lion?), and saw a few lights in the distance. This was Mexico a few miles away. Nearby, which you can’t see, is the Rio Grande/Rio Bravo, which
Mysterious Green Night in Igaliku, Greenland, Fine Art Photo While walking at night in early September, the snow capped mountain across the fjord during the green-tinted Northern Lights was eerie, entrancing.
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Perhaps one of the most perfect books of photography, “American Photographs,” by Walker Evans Walker Evans “American Photographs” by Yelena on Scribd Thanks to upload by by Yelena. As Yelena says, it’s not a full book; there are also inserted variants of some photos. Copyright: Attribution Non-Commercial (BY-NC) Download as PDF, TXT or read online