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Photo Shoot with a 15-Year-Old Elk Hunter Challenges Photographer’s Views On Hunting

Recently, after a decade as a successful wedding photographer and another decade as a professional snowboarder, photographer Hillary Maybery decided …

Don't Miss These 7 Incredible Tutorials on Strobe Lighting for Portraits

As much as we love natural light, there are times when you have to rely on artificial light to create striking portrait images. Artificial lighting …

A History of Reading

<i>“A book is proof that humans are capable of working magic,”</i> Carl Sagan poignantly observed. And while the writer-storyteller puts in place the pieces necessary for that magic to manifest, “the catalyst is the reader’s imagination.” But how, exactly, did we cultivate the skill of reading, which is …

How Richard Dawkins Coined the Word Meme: The Legendary Atheist’s Surprising Religious Inspiration

Most people know that the word “meme” was coined by legendary evolutionary biologist <b>Richard Dawkins</b> in his seminal 1976 book <i>The Selfish Gene</i>. What few realize, however, is that the vocal atheist and champion of evidence as the holy grail of life, who even penned a children’s book rebutting …

Love consists in this, that two solitudes protect... • literary jukebox

Love consists in this, that two solitudes protect and touch and greet each other.<p><b>Rainer Maria Rilke</b> (December 4, 1875 – December 29, 1926), in <i>Letters to a Young Poet</i><p><b>Song:</b> “Love Is No Big Truth” by <b>Kings of Convenience</b>

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From Fitzgerald to Reagan, 5 Letters of Fatherly Advice from History’s Greatest Public Dads

With Father’s Day around the corner, let’s take a moment to pay heed to some of the wisest, most heart-warming advice from history’s famous dads. Gathered here are five timeless favorites, further perpetuating my well-documented love of the art of letter-writing.<p>F. SCOTT FITZGERALD<p>In a 1933 letter …

The Science of Dreams and Why We Have Nightmares

<i>“The interpretation of dreams is the royal road to a knowledge of the unconscious activities of the mind,”</i> Freud argued in his influential treatise <i>The Interpretation of Dreams</i> in 1900. <i>“The earth is heavy and opaque without dreams,”</i> Anaïs Nin wrote in her diary in 1940. <i>“In the olden days, people</i> …