Those Wonderful Small Corners – Review of “Do Not Disturb My Waking Dream” by John Cohen

There should be a word somewhere between evocative and provocative.  To evoke is to cause memory. To provoke is to cause

“Between Space” by Brawi Santoso

I love wondering around with my camera. This photo is from my recent series of urban photography of everyday buildings

“Life of the Land – the Birth of New Land” by Leslie Gleim

On May 3, 2018, fissures began opening along Kilauea Volcano’s East Rift Zone in Hawai’i resulting in its largest eruption

FRAMES Podcast with Mark McNeill

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Mark McNeill – an award-winning astrophotographer

LOOK CLOSER: Is There Still Truth in Landscape?

Rob Wilson makes a case for the importance of traditional values in landscape photography. In recent years, I have despaired

On the Breath of Street – Review of “Friction / Tokyo Street” by Tatsuo Suzuki

Let me admit to a bias. I love street photography. I love the spontaneity, the serendipity, the flash of opportunity and the

“Untitled” by Malin Ellisdotter

This self portrait is from September 27th 2020, taken at home with iPhone 7 and self timer. This self portrait

“Great Gathering” by Gilles A. Marchal

This picture was taken near Arles (France) in the late afternoon of a beautiful and hot day at the end

“Dark Side” by Alessio Cavallaro

Photographs, like words, are associative agents of memory, time and place. A few nights before the massive explosion in Beirut

FRAMES Podcast with Julie Grahame

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Julie Grahame – a photography consultant

“Towering Agapantha” from the Summer Garden Series by Lyndall Gerlach

I have a delight in wandering in the environment where ever I am, looking and touching, admiring textures and patterns,

Variations on a Fluid Theme – Review of “Lake Pictures” by Lucinda Devlin

There is something wonderful about repetition and difference, the familiarity and depth of one, the freshness and serendipity of the

“Still Life in the Plague Times” by John Hoey

The story is a simple one, really. Necessity, it is said, is the mother of invention. This image was made

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The Joy of Smart and Curious Time – Review of “Buddha” by Michael Kenna

One of the great joys of curiosity is the way it is so easily shared.  No, perhaps that’s wrong. Shared