Robert Clark – Evolution

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Robert Clark Evolution The word Evolution jumps out at us, it scares and divides us. I see it as something that unites us. Natural Selection is the mechanism that drives evolution, and the evidence is everywhere; it surrounds us. I see it in the beautiful fossils (crinoids on page???) of my youth in Western Kansas, […]

OBX landscape

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Outer Banks NC. Nov 12, 2016. Down here in the outer banks we’ve got strip malls, some bad architectural choices, and too much tourist traffic in summer. BUT within 5 minutes of anywhere you can be in the “middle of nowhere”. Either by boat by car or on foot. I’m sitting on the tarmac at […]

Nat Geo cover

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    I’m on my front porch in my fave spot looking at sand and wind and light. Darkroom ready to roll. So yea it’s a bit of nostalgia time before I hit the road again soon for a 6 week marathon. This was my first cover for NatGeoMagazine back in ’73 when I was […]

Love

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  Love on Escambrón Beach, San Juan. #puertorico #sanjuan #beachlife #beachgames #love #fujixpro2

Work space David Alan Harvey

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Photo by Frank Brown @obxhomepage, if anyone really knows @davidalanharvey David’s work space is mainly his iPhone. The saying at your desk literally meant you were at your desk. Now it means if you have your phone turned on you are at your desk.At home with David Alan Harvey on a winters day.

Rio

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I’ve now done 4 pictures in a row from Rio/Bahia in Brazil. All a bit different in subject matter. I’ll do 2 more tomorrow.The 6 Brazil pictures do not encompass very much territory. I tend to choose very few places to shoot especially in a broad topic.This picture was published both in National Geographic and […]

James Whitlow Delano – The Little People: Equatorial Rainforest Project

Looking south over the Plain of Bah, in the heart of Borneo, was the last intensively inhabited valley in Sarawak that industrial loggers had now reached but they are now on the outskirts of Bario.

James Whitlow Delano The Little People: Equatorial Rainforest Project In the Eden-like rainforests that once clothed the equator, multinational corporations are quietly stealing the resources of powerless, largely voiceless indigenous peoples whose names still identify the mountains, the valleys, and the rivers from where oil, timber, gold and other valuable minerals are spirited away. Imagine […]

Nick Nichols in the Outer Banks

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NatGeo Editor, Photographer, and Explorer, Michael “Nick” Nichols in the Outer Banks. Nick is a dear friend for I have no idea how long. Magnum colleague, NatGeo colleague, and we be high a few times colleague. Nick and Reba’s backyard slide shows became Look3. Every photographer I know at Magnum and NatGeo is a workaholic. […]

Cover of Leica’s M Magazine

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Cover of Leica’s M Magazine featuring some of my Brazil work. This from Salvador, Bahia. Rio and Bahia have been favorites of mine for awhile now. Both featured in NatGeo. Rio the source of one book and another upcoming. If a photographer or any artist gets locked into a place, there must be a reason. […]

Kathy Ryan and Scott Thode

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Kathy Ryan, Dir of Photography, NYTimes Magazine and Scott Thode editor/ curator at large. At home. These two have just given me the show of a lifetime at Look3.org this June. A triple whammy three part show. Brazil, Tell It Like It Is and Haenyeo Angels of the Sea. 50 60×40 prints. Killer. IF I can get […]