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YOSEMITE by Adam Debreczeni on Exposure

website<p><p>Exposure<p>After spending the night at the lovely Narrow Gauge Inn, Alexa and I drove through the south …

Haunting Photographs of Nagasaki Taken One Day After the Atomic Bomb Dropped

This week, 24 incredible, powerful, haunting photographs will be going up on the auction block at Bonhams in New York. These are photographs that are …

Tips for Shooting and Processing Better Black and White Photographs

Photography, as you know, is fundamentally the capturing of light; you are not taking pictures of objects as much as you are recording the light that …

Fine Art - Ellis Island

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The Happiest Village by Milaap on Exposure

website<p><p>Exposure<p>For many years, the people of Katra lived in darkness. They worked in their fields all …

Martin Stavars' Black and White Cityscapes Will Leave You Speechless

<i>All images shot by and used with permission from Martin Stavars</i><p>Martin Stavars is a born in 1981 in Czestochowa, Poland and has always been fascinated …

Photos of Swimmers Shot at a Sinkhole Turned into a Ceremonial Underground Pool Once Used by Mayans

Francine Fleischer shows the once creepy sinkhole ceremonial pool, now repurposed for much more recreational pursuits in a series called <i>Swim</i><p>Simply …

The Other Tunnel

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I Heart My National Park: Yosemite

Both the solitude of the alpine ridge and the throngs of the valley are part of the experience when you visit <b>Yosemite National Park</b>. “No temple made with human hands can compare with Yosemite,” wrote John Muir, whose crusading led to the creation of the park.<p><b>Kari Cobb</b> has been a ranger at the …

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The True Origins of 'X-Men'

How a second-tier comic inspired a legion of misfits and changed Hollywood<p>It was mid-1963, and Stan Lee was on a roll. In a mad burst of invention, …

The three majestic natural bridges of Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah invite you to ponder the power of water in a landscape usually defined by its absence. View them from an overlook, or hit the trails and experience their grandeur from below. Declared a National Monument in 1908, the bridges are named "Kachina," "Owachomo" and "Sipapu" in honor of the Native Americans that once made this area their home. This is also home to some of the darkest night skies in the United States. Photo: Manish Mamtani

Banksy's Street Art Reimagined in LEGO

What would it look like if Banksy's most famous street art pieces were reimagined in LEGO? What would the balloon girl look like and how would the rat on the wire appear? These are the questions photographer Jeff Friesen asked himself when he created his original series <i>Bricksy</i>. As he tells …


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