It was always going to be an awkward meeting when Canadian Prime Minister came to the United States, and it did not disappoint. Trudeau and Donald Trump are polar opposites.
It’s widely believed that by 2050, there’ll be more plastics in the ocean than fish. If you’re having trouble imagining that scenario, photographer Benjamin von Wong shows us with mermaids … Read more The post These depressing mermaid photos hope to discourage us from using plastic appeared first on Lost At E Minor: For creative people .
John Cessna’s Christmas cards are black comedy at its finest. In 2008, John’s mum told him he needed to “sober up” and send his own Christmas cards to family friends
This photographer’s incredible journey to discover the planet’s most venerable trees is a thing of wonder.
Sean Klingelhoefer Who printed it? I had it printed through Ken at Continental Colorcraft in Monterey Park, CA but it ended up being outsourced to another print shop because they no longer had the HP Indigo printer I’ve grown to love when I have to do digital offset. Who designed it?
Inspiration can be pretty elusive. You’ll never know when it’ll come or how long you’ll have to wait for it. That’s why Canon has come up with a challenging and ..
Photographed by Jeff Bark Styling: Robbie Spencer Supermodel: Molly Bair FacebookTwitterPinterestStumbleuponRedditMail
Last month we introduced you to talented photographer Bryce Thomas in our inaugural
Here we are…! It’s been nearly 10 years, though it seems like just yesterday, when I started posting a photo a day of Paris on this blog after I was given a digital camera for my birthday.
I have never used the Paris metro as extensively as these past days and I must say, it’s really convenient (especially when it’s super cold!). For the first time in my life I even found myself on the platform of line 1, at Bastille! A stunning metro station overlooking the Port de l’Arsenal which is where several boats are docked (no, it did not remind me of Malta!)