A Photo A Day Keeps the Doctor Away
SJSU students rally around Tower Hall to protest the poor learning conditions inside Dudley Moorhead Hall. The lack of sufficient air flow within the building caused students to take action.
1 hour, 42 minutes
Interesting interview with a mobile photographer who made his reputation as a photojournalist by replacing his DSLR with an iPhone. Link to interview: Benjamin Lowy: “The end of Instagram?” » FLTR
2 hours, 35 minutes
The sights of old-town Eureka, Calif. on a Sunday evening.
6 hours, 26 minutes
A quick trip to the Northern California coastline earlier this week generated some nice opportunities to capture the morning light at Trinidad.
6 hours, 39 minutes
See what I did there? With their last name being Tee, I couldn’t help myself ; )
These two were about as easy going as they come, and had the most fun wedding party to go along with it! 19 more words
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It’s not often that blood is associated with the night sky, but Monday night the earth’s shadow moved over the moon to tint it with a crimson glow– an event described as the Blood Moon. 318 more words
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“By definition, a government has no conscience. Sometimes it has a policy, but nothing more.”
— Albert Camus.
Photographer Tomas Van Houtryve puts the above quote top and center of his most recent artist statement. 962 more words
9 hours, 55 minutes