Contributor Robin Punsalan has been waiting none-too-patiently for this exhibit at the Ringling Museum since last year, and for her it did not disappoint in the slightest. Read her takeaway, which runs through May 19, along with an interview with one of Herb Ritts’ professional counterparts.Read more ›
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As history runs its course, the grandeur of buildings and sprawling empires, like the great men and women who build them, rises, falls and rises again with the tides of time — and since the dawn of civilization, mankind has gone to great lengths to document that process through art. With the advent of photography in the late 19th century, humanity gained the ability to turn a lens on history to capture these moments — from the construction of the Eiffel Tower in 1888 to the fall of the World Trade [...]Read more ›
For the last three people who didn’t see this photo pass through their Facebook feed, ABC or The Weather Channel during Tropical Storm Debby, here it is. It was taken by local photographer Mark Palmer and it’s pretty stunning. He snapped this shot and it spread like wildfire across the Internet, getting shared thousands of times across the globe. We reached out to Mark and asked if he would sell the photos to any of our readers who are interested, and he said, “Of course.” Email Mark at email@example.com. [...]Read more ›