- A mariner's mountainous memorial
- Mount Anglem is named after William Anglem, a familiar captain in the early whaling days in Foveaux Strait. Anglem was an Irishman who abandoned study for the priesthood to become a mariner. Leaving whaling, he took up a new occupation in 1842 – the ...
- Exhibit on Early Soviet Photography Examines Creative Change
- On February 7th, an exhibit portraying a curation of early Soviet photography will leave the Jewish Museum here in New York and then make its way to the Frist Center for Visual Arts in Nashville, TN.
- Manu Cabañero's "Splash Wars: Darth Vader" (Slightly NSFW)
- Creating the Photograph is an original series where photographers teach you about how they concepted an image, shot it, and edited it. The series has a heavy emphasis on teaching readers how to light. Want to be featured?
- Leica Announces Three New Wide Angle M Mount Lenses
- Today, Leica is announcing three new M mount lenses. Sure, they're expensive, but Leica photographers will probably really, really care about them if they're not already set with their current setup. The new lenses are a Summicron 28mm f2, Summicron ...
- Children's author William Taylor dies in Taumarunui
- He's pictured in 2001 at Invercargill's Mt Anglem College. Author tributes are already being paid, including from celebrated children's author Joy Cowley.
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