1. Animals That Saw Me

    Loving Ed Panar’s series which will soon be turned into a book… not so much the work (which I think could go deeper), but the idea. The photos and the moments are only so-so, with only a couple conveying the “unspoken communication” that supposedly transpired between beast and photographer—like this one.

    I imagine that animals look at us as completely ridiculous, self-centered idiots. Much like how other humans view Americans. And much like how I view people who talk loudly on their cell phones in public.


  2. The Empty Lots of Life

    Christopher Morlinghaus' portfolios are definitely worth a flip-through.