I had seen this telescope design before but never realized it’s called a “Yolo” until this afternoon when I was paging through some old Sky & Telescope magazines (before throwing them away).

Thinking of starting a series based on the passport photos I take at work, but am a little unsure what the point would be, also the legality of it all may be tricky?

I don’t know why but the Ruff photo made me think of the Gursky. I think they’d look good hung together like this (if the Ruff was printed at the same scale). 

Thomas Ruff - “nudes an 40, 2000”
Andreas Gursky - “Avenue of the Americas, 2001” I don’t know why but the Ruff photo made me think of the Gursky. I think they’d look good hung together like this (if the Ruff was printed at the same scale). 

Thomas Ruff - “nudes an 40, 2000”
Andreas Gursky - “Avenue of the Americas, 2001”

I don’t know why but the Ruff photo made me think of the Gursky. I think they’d look good hung together like this (if the Ruff was printed at the same scale).

Thomas Ruff - “nudes an 40, 2000”
Andreas Gursky - “Avenue of the Americas, 2001”

An interesting, level headed piece on New55 film that I think really speaks to the “film photography community” as a whole.

“Sharing is the whole point of doing creative work.”

Ellen Lupton (via austinkleon)

It’s certainly a big part of it, I believe.

(via notational)

(via notational)