ESCAPISM IS THE HIGHEST FORM OF ART.

TIAN AN MEN SCARE

Tian An Men Square – Beijing.

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The Ancient Ruins of Ayutthaya

In the year 1700 Ayutthaya had a population of about 1 million. As the capital of what was then called Siam, the city was one of the largest in the world. At that time Boston had 6,700 inhabitants, New York only 4,937 and Philadelphia just 4,400. Even London only had about 600,000 people in 1700. King U-Thong, the king of Siam, came to Ayutthaya to avoid a smallpox epidemic and proclaimed it his capital in the year 1350.

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Will travel. Take me for a ride!

“Don’t want none unless you got buns hun

Oh my gosh, look at her butt
Oh my gosh, look at her butt
Oh my gosh, look at her butt”

Nicki Minaj

From Guang Zhou to Xiao Zhou. From the Projects to Central Park.

New York, New York. So Good They Named It Twice.

THE TORCH IN MY EAR

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Zen of Travel: From Hanoi to Saigon and Back Again.

Go Sleep. Thai Care!

CRIS WEER’S SNAPS

CRIS WEER’S FAVS

Nina Katchadourian

One of my favorite discoveries this year was Nina Katchadourian’s Seat Assignment, an ongoing project she started in 2010, in which she uses long plane rides to make art using only her camera phone and materials on hand. She’ll build shelters out of snacks, she’ll...

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The Lens and the Sea

Corey Arnold is a fine art photographer and a commercial fisherman, working the stormy waters of the Bering Sea by Alaska. His latest work documents life in this remote wilderness, both at sea and on the shore. [gallery...

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Andre Walking

Seen on the Streets: Andre Wagner on his personal and most decisive moments on the streets of New...

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You Better Ask Saul

7 Lessons Saul Leiter Has Taught Me About Street Photography © Saul LeiterI can’t remember the exact moment that I discovered the work of Saul Leiter. I think I remember seeing some link on the internet about the discovery of one of the earliest “pioneers” in color...

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Above 800 Feet

Interactive fabulous story about the high rises of Manhattan published in the New York Times.

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Big City, Large Format

At a time when taking photographs has never been easier, John Chiara shot New York City the hard way. Mr. Chiara, 44, who lives in San Francisco, built two box cameras the size of kitchen cabinets and loaded them with large sheets of photosensitive paper that produced...

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