January 19, 2007
- Nature Photographers has posted its Editor’s Pick Awards for 2006, featuring assorted natural gorgeousness. [Via]
- Speaking of wild creatures, I got a kick out of this photo of one of Scotland’s hairy coos doing that Michael Jordan tongue-thing.
- And speaking of the natural world, you might call this rather amazing shot clearing the forest, seeing the tree. The Daily Mail has the story. [Via]
- A totally different kind of Auto-Align: Michael Hughes travels the earth, overlaying postcards & other tourist swag on top of the real scene. Check out his gallery on Flickr to see what I mean. (Tilting at windmills is especially nice.) [Via]
- Maggie Hallahan took part in the Lightroom/Photoshop Iceland Adventure & has posted a gallery from the trip. (You might also check out her accompanying podcast.)
- Revealing Chicago, by Terry Evans, offers an aerial portrait of the Windy City. [Via] Photoshop team member & Chi-town native Heather Dolan reports seeing the exhibition at Millennium Park & loving it.
- Trona, CA, is one of the most surreally depressing places on earth, but it might have some soulmates in these decaying Soviet roadside bus stops. [Via]
- Today’s NYT features a story & nice gallery discussing the International Center of Photography’s new shows covering Martin Munkacsi & Henri Cartier-Bresson. The ICP site has online galleries showing additional images from both Munkacsi & Cartier-Bresson.