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2 hrs ago | Tring Today
The scent and colour of spring blooms will be filling Chipperfield's village hall on Saturday, March 22. The doors open for theChipperfield Horticultural Society Spring Show at 2.30pm, after judges have picked out the winners.
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5 hrs ago | National Parks Traveler
I love technology and the national parks, so it's always interesting to see how traditional books transfer into the electronic medium.
7 hrs ago | Popular Photography
The world of high-end magazine photography is a difficult one to break into, which is what makes behind-the-scenes videos like this so appealing to many aspiring shooters.
Art & Brew artist LeeAnn Dickson is going to pieces and that's a good thing. Her wonderful mosaics will be part of the April 26, 2014 event where art, craft beer, and animal causes come together in a unique collaboration.
When: Saturday through June 8. Gallery hours are 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday; 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday.
Ben Thomas is an Australian photographer who's made a name for himself shooting some of the world's most iconic cities with tilt-shift photography.
A question. What type of person would want George Zimmerman memorabilia? What type of person would want to endorse his stalking and murdering of an unarmed teenager whose "crime" was walking home and not being sufficiently submissive to a racist, gun toting, street vigilante? Autographs are sought from celebrities.
MAKING MUSIC: Sheila Bodine's black and white photographs of musicians' hands playing instruments are complemented by her 17-year-old granddaughter Grace Glovier's shots of abstract architectural patterns in an exhibition titled "Generations" at the RWJ Hamilton's Lakefront Gallery.
Walthamstow and District Photographic Society will on Thursday launch Unseen Waltham Forest, a collection of images shining light on places in the borough that usually go unnoticed.
Being an astronaut is a curious career in and of itself, yet the photo series succinctly titled Space by Tyler Shields, a famed American photographer, makes it even more curious, in a decidedly different way.
Scott Harper/Times The students at Tara Hall taking the Cameras for Children course seemed to be very interested in the photographs shown by organization founder Betsey Chesler.
Transmongolian by Alvaro Laiz, a photographer based in Spain, is a series documenting the transgender population of Mongolia.
Alex Mac Lean, a pilot and photographer based in Lincoln, Massachusetts, captures the many different personalities of beaches.
Climbing Mount Everest is an achievement in itself but it also turned into a life-changing event for photographer Stefen Chow.
Actor Zach Galifanakis attends the "Kind of a Funny Story" party at Brassaii during the 35th Toronto International Film Festival on September 11, 2010 in Toronto, Canada.
Taking on a subject only few know the inner workings of but that is gaining a lot of importance lately because of the the global issue of the disappearing bees, documentary travel photographer Andrew Newey's series about the traditional honey hunters in Nepal is hauntingly beautiful.
You're invited to my photo exhibit at Napoli Coffee at 2839 Carlisle NE, continuing in March.