Photo by Kevin Raeder
Kevin Raeder resisted his mother’s heartfelt suggestions that he become a professional photographer, in favor of keeping photography safely disconnected from his paycheck. His paycheck comes from supporting data assimilation research at the National Center for Atmospheric Research. Data assimilation is essentially creating the best picture we can manage [...]
Photo by Laura K. Deal
I took this photo from a jet airplane on August 5, 2013.
Photo by Richard Fogg
Richard Fogg is the co-author of Fogg in the Cockpit, which offers a unique window into the world of a World War II fighter pilot.
Photo by Joel Jackson
Joel Jackson studied both art and computer science after graduating from college. He now works in I.T., and has spent a few years experimenting with combining these two interests. This photo was taken in Tanzania in 2002.
This amazing image comes from p. 131 the free eBook Earth as Art published by NASA. “A series of rocky outcroppings emerge from a blanket of sand in this 2000 Landsat 7 image of the Sahara Desert near the Terkezi Oasis in the country of Chad.” p. 130.
On the 57th anniversary of the day that Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat on the bus, the White House published this photo on Facebook of President Obama sitting in the Rosa Parks bus at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, MI, April 16, 2012. I’m so grateful that our country has come [...]
By Donlyn Arbuthnot Whissen
Donlyn Arbuthnot Whissen says, “I love color! I grew up in the foothills of Boulder, Colorado. Surrounded everyday by the ever changing colors of nature. Creating was a way of life and continues to be so. With my watercolor paint, a few brushes, I bring the color [...]
By Collen Condit
Colleen Condit is a creative nomad in search of the eleventieth dimension. She holds magician’s degrees in both alchemic engineering and unicorn whispering. When she’s not busy juggling tarot cards and mirrors, Colleen works as a freelance editor, writer, artist, and sometimes musician. Look for more of her work at [...]