One of TravelGumbo's regular contributors has work on exhibit at two New York area galleries.
PortMoresby has a good look at the de Young Museum's most recent incarnation in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.
A new study emphasizes the importance of color in Instagram posts, and identifies four colors that are said to garner the most likes.
Kai Rambow shares some spectacular views of the park, made as he worked to perfect his own craft as a photographer.
Stunning pictures highlight the development of camera drones as a serious tool for photography.
Jonathan L's photography is in the summer exhibition at the Blue Door Art Center
Where else but La La Land would we get a museum dedicated to the "science, art and culture of self representation?"
Paul Hunter shares some of the visual treasures of a visit to the abandoned hamlet of Whorlton in the North York Moors National Park.
Ian Cook's evocative B&W photo of the Anderton Boat Lift has been accepted by the Royal Photographic Society for inclusion in an upcoming exhibition tour. Congratulations, Ian!
A camera, an unusual sculpture and a photographer with an instinct for the unusual were the recipe for Jonathan L's Picture of the Day.
An amazing volcano photograph tops the list as National Geographic hands out its annual photography awards.
PortMoresby ends the tale of her trip to England with the things she cannot do without - art, food, books and a visit to a beautiful house.
Congratulations to photographer Ian Cook for winning first prize in the Photographic Angle competition.
PortMoresby continues her quest to visit places in Paris that have eluded her attention, some for 50 years, and goes west to The Albert Kahn Museum & Gardens.
This great image of a gecko licking its eyes (it has no eyelids) was taken by talented photographer Ian Cook, a frequent contributor to its website. It has won recognition from the Royal Photographic Society. Congratulations, Ian!