You may have heard of Dear Photograph, a website that invites readers to submit photos of photos — images from the past, set in the present. Over the past year, the website received thousands of submissions. In fact, enough for a book, also called Dear Photograph, which was released earlier this month.
I can't remember exactly when I received the first flower email, but I do remember it was sometime in 2005.
At the time, I had no idea why my old friend Darryl Pitt had sent it, but I didn't think too much about it. A flower. OK. That's nice. But then the flowers continued to arrive day after day after day — and soon a modest digital bouquet turned into a meadow, and that meadow into a hillside of, as always, flowers.
Since 2007, the photographic project Extreme Ice Survey has captured the retreat of glaciers across the world from Greenland to Alaska. The still and time-lapse images are a remarkably vivid reminder of how climate change impacts nature. The man behind EIS, James Balog, will speak tonight and tomorrow night at Colorado State University about his work.
Have you ever wondered what will stop the Free Mall Shuttle from running? Turns out it's the undead, 30,000 of them. The 6th Annual Zombie Crawl swarmed, over-ran, marched and moaned for BRRRRAAAAIIIINSSS!!! on the 16th St Mall in Denver Saturday.