Tag Archives: National Geographic

Robert Clark’s Dogs

I am unashamedly a dog person. If I encounter any dog I will make a beeline for said dog and give them a stroke. Maybe it’s because I’ve owned and loved dogs all my life, or the fact that my … Continue reading

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Painted Elephants

Charles Fréger is a French photographer, born in 1975, who studied at the Rouen Art School. He is most well known for his Wilder Mann series – that captures the strange and surreal costumes worn by tribal communities in Europe to celebrate the … Continue reading

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Britannia, 1928

These photographs are called autochromes (developed using an early 20th century colour printing process).  They were taken by Clifford R. Adams for National Geographic in 1928. via: How to be a Retronaut

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Aaron Huey

Aaron Huey is an American photographer who has lived and traveled all over the world. I hope to say that I have too someday. He currently works for National Geographic creating beautiful work of interesting people and places. Enjoy.

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