As a bryologist and storyteller observed in her poetic meditation on moss, “finding the words is another step in learning to see.” Losing the words, then, is ceasing to see […]
“Words belong to each other.” “In each word, all words,” the author writes as he considers the dual power of language to conceal and to reveal. But because language is […]
Piston strokes, in peaceful followship, Goading the leader to move over, not Perturbed by wind or storm, just joining The herd for the sublime ride, the graceful Pelican run.  […]
Uncontested pilots of uncharted flight paths In silent murmur telegraphing their Destination, rudderless but purposeful Gliding on quiet energy and micro-  .
In formation but free, in groupings but Singleminded, shifting to the tune of Gales, regrouping to the sound of Unseen calls, stolid and somber  .
Moving on purpose, wings barely flapping Bodies floating on cushions of thermals Layers of direction exchanging the lead Alternatively, on an invisible cue, unhurried  .
Photography, like print media and music, is certainly at a turning point, as the current art market most dramatically shows. Whatever upheavals it has witnessed, photography has endured. It continues […]
One sometimes wonders what the future holds for reportage in the age of citizen journalism, in which a single dramatic image can be captured on a bystander’s mobile phone camera […]
The coming of the cheap, relatively complex digital camera and the smartphone means we are living in the age of the techno-amateur. This has undoubtedly changed the world of photography […]
2286. photography: reportage Make of that what you will, but the fact remains that the most expensive landscape photograph in the world right now is of a scene that never […]