Picking B&W

Picking B&W

I rarely do black and white but Thaddeus Miles from suggested that I try it. Well. what are your thoughts? Do you prefer the color or the black and white? Please let me know and if you like, why.



Weekly Photo Challenge: Family

Family of Hands

Taken after Roni’s baptism in a church in Arusha, Tanzania.

Red Yellow


Frank Boyden Reading Tom Crawford’s Poems

Frank Boyden Reading Tom Crawford's Poems

Frank’s reading of a number of Tom’s poems at the January 4, 2014 Artists Residency Reception was a wonderful addition to seeing the works of the artists in residence at Sitka Center for Art and Ecology in the Fall of 2013. David Armstrong, an writer in residence also read one of his short stories.


Viewer of Mary Babcock's work

A visitor viewing Mary Babcock’s work created at the Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Otis, OR during a artist residency, December 2013. The work is made from woven and layer wax paper.

Las Vegas Photoblog

Capturing the other Las Vegas

Photography in Oman & UK.

David A Lockwood.


Photographer, Designer, Editor and Educator Ray Laskowitz talks about pictures and their back stories.

Shutter’s on the World

sights of life from a passerby

Streets of Nuremberg

Street | Urban | Travel | Photography by Marcus Puschmann

Life, Photography, & Other Mistakes

Part 2, The Vintage Years

For Earth Below

Photography by Keith Goldstein


Spinnos Emmanuil

Ask Artists

Same 5 questions, different artists.

Ordinary People Doing Ordinary Things

A Street Photography Blog

Slow Shutter Speed

A photographic journey.


A photo blog by Dan Holtmeyer


Village Teacher - The Book & Photographs

Planet Bell

A Travel and Photo Blog by World Traveler Jeff Bell

Wandering through Time and Place

Exploring the world with Curtis and Peggy Mekemson

Portraits & Lifestyle

Looking for the Story behind the Face

erik castro - photojournalist

"before the pictures stop"

Ming Thein | Photographer

reframing the world one picture at a time

Today on Earth, Art

Every day on Earth, nothing happens, and it's beautiful.