Looking down on Earth from hundreds of miles up in space we see an expansive stretch of the North American continent.A storm brews to the west, and glowing patches are scattered across the landscape - the various small towns and cities of the Midwest.But our eye is drawn to the bright and familiar c
If years past are any indication, Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood will be packed to the gills on Sunday, June 26, as revelers gather for the 42nd annual Pride Parade. The parade wasn’t always the big event it is now.
A lot of reporters like to say they focus on stories that would not otherwise be told, but in Lynsey Addario’s case it’s really true.Addario, a photojournalist based in Delhi, India, works in places that are extremely dangerous and hard to reach - places like the Congo and Afghanistan, for instance
Photographer Melissa Ann Pinney has been photographing girls and women for some time. She previously tracked the life of women from birth to death. But her latest book captures a smaller though fascinating transition: from girl to teenager.
Bill Cunningham, facing down a deadline, eggs himself on with the line ‘let’s get snapping and cracking’. Tthe photographer at work is the subject of the new documentary Bill Cunningham New York now at the Music Box.I’m a long-standing, (okay, rabid) fan of Cunningham’s New York Times
Here's a photo of Kesennuma, a city in Japan, shortly after the earthquake and tsunami struck in March.Here's a photo of the same city, taken today:Two months have elapsed since the earthquake and tsunami rocked Japan.