It’s an August weekend and I’m in Washington Square Park. I rarely come here and I’m not exactly sure why. I tell myself that it’s a pain in the butt to get from the Upper West Side of Manhattan, where I live, to this part of Greenwich Village, […]
An intensely beautiful portrait of a Ugandan woman by photographer Olivia Arthur.
It was the crack of dawn on a Saturday and we were parked along Boyes Drive, a windy mountain road overlooking the ocean. As the sun rose, the water turned slowly from black to dark blue and streaks of silver appeared where the morning light touched the waves. […]
For most New Yorkers, Times Square is avoided at all costs. It’s loud, chaotic, packed to the gills, and between the lights and the billboards, nearly seizure inducing. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not a hater. I think that’s true for anyone living in a city with a […]
To begin, I wish I’d taken this photo, apply called Sand Waves by Mark Seabury, because it would have been glorious to see this view in person. I love the image because it made me stop in my tracks—a clear sign I’m heading down the path towards […]
One of the best ways to improve your photography is to take a workshop with a pro photographer. But workshops cost money, require commitment and only succeed if you’re serious about learning. Is a workshop right for you? Here are a few things to consider. What is a […]
Today, in celebration of all the elephants around the world and the organizations that support them, and to bring attention to poaching and illegal trafficking that’s led to the slaughter of over 35,000 elephants per year, it’s #WorldElephantDay. According to the Wildlife Conservation Society, nearly 800,000 elephants have […]