Peter and Beverly Pickford traveled to all seven continents for the stunning photographs in Wild Land: A Journey into the Earth’s Last Wilds.
Since 2012, photographer Miska Draskoczy has explored the urban ecology of the toxic yet gentrifying Brooklyn neighborhood.
WASHINGTON, DC — Much of science is observation, being attuned to what others overlook.
With a magnesium flash triggered by a tripwire, George Shiras shot some of the world’s first nocturnal wildlife photographs.
John James Audubon used to pin dead birds to the wall and quickly sketch them before they rotted. The resulting watercolors, a marriage of science and art, have influenced countless bird lovers since.