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Wist. Dreams. Dark contemplative days. Lyric. Poetry. Warm blankets. A few of my favorite things. Let’s not forget wanderlust. I can sense all of these things, or at least the longing for, in the photography of Klavdij Sluban. Go look at his work and be carried away, here.

Wist. Dreams. Dark contemplative days. Lyric. Poetry. Warm blankets. A few of my favorite things. Let’s not forget wanderlust. I can sense all of these things, or at least the longing for, in the photography of Klavdij Sluban. Go look at his work and be carried away, here.

Sooo much great work out there. It’s such a blast discovering new work. So much great talent out there, wandering around and showing us to ourselves. Really glad I somehow (who cares how really) bumped into the ever so classic work of Richard Sandler. Sure, New York is probably the most photographed place on earth  But sometimes that is really great. I mean, how can you not love classic pictures from an era of the Subway, all grimy and graffiti-ridden, that is long gone?
Check out more of Richard’s work here. Classic stuff.

Sooo much great work out there. It’s such a blast discovering new work. So much great talent out there, wandering around and showing us to ourselves. Really glad I somehow (who cares how really) bumped into the ever so classic work of Richard Sandler. Sure, New York is probably the most photographed place on earth ┬áBut sometimes that is really great. I mean, how can you not love classic pictures from an era of the Subway, all grimy and graffiti-ridden, that is long gone?

Check out more of Richard’s work here. Classic stuff.

I just read a wonderful tribute to a photographer I had not known. Over on FB, David Burnett has elegantly eulogized the French photographer Henri Bureau. Like Burnett, Bureau came from what some might call the heyday of photojournalism—before digicams and eyefi cards and near-instantaneous transmissions; a time when photographers boarded learjets and gallavanted around the world. A time gone by. Here’s to that bygone time and to Mr. Bureau, rest in peace. See more of Bureau’s work here.

I just read a wonderful tribute to a photographer I had not known. Over on FB, David Burnett has elegantly eulogized the French photographer Henri Bureau. Like Burnett, Bureau came from what some might call the heyday of photojournalism—before digicams and eyefi cards and near-instantaneous transmissions; a time when photographers boarded learjets and gallavanted around the world. A time gone by. Here’s to that bygone time and to Mr. Bureau, rest in peace. See more of Bureau’s work here.

Im not usually a fan of portait heavy work, But I cant ignore this guy. No, it’s not William Eggleston and yeah, everybody else likes him too, Bryan Schutmaat. Check him out here.

Im not usually a fan of portait heavy work, But I cant ignore this guy. No, it’s not William Eggleston and yeah, everybody else likes him too, Bryan Schutmaat. Check him out here.