Excerpts from a project by photographer Christian Chaize spanning eight locked-off, large format years on a beach in Southern Portugal. To wit:
What the still-life was for Morandi, the haystack for Monet…this beach is that for me. From a distance, I observe the variables: light, weather, time of day, the ebb and flow of the ocean and most importantly, the sunbathers, unaware, below my large-format camera. The images are shot vertically, a departure from the traditional, horizontal format in landscape photography. It puts my subject matter in the form of a portrait—an ongoing record of this corner of nature (and human nature), over the minutes, the days, the years.
MORE: Praia Piquinia: Photos by Christian Chaize
In Adelaide, Australia.
A hero emerges.
A cranky, self-righteous hero.
Thanks Nick Moran
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Previously: Discovering Reveal Ireland
Bray Dart station, Co Wicklow.
An extract from a letter from Thomas Jefferson to Samuel Kercheval in 1816, inscribed on the southeast quadrant of the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C.
Well said, sir.
Millions of years old. The world’s most famous campaign poster redesigned by Mike Rosulek back in 2009 to celebrate the 200th birthday of Charles Darwin.