Falling within the Category of Photographers

Sixteen raw sausages in a wooden bowl
This is just... funny. It just IS.
Captured: America in Color from 1939-1943
This is another nice set of color photos from an era we only tend to think of as black and white.
The Hyena Men
Man... Hyenas are a lot bigger than I would have thought. Oh — also — this. Today is apparently Hyena day.
The Prokudin-Gorskii Photographic Record
What's most amazing about these is how contemporary the images become once they're in color. I think we all sort of forget that old world wasn't actually black and white, or sepia-toned.
Finger Paintings
Finally, a use for those weird things at the end of the arm! Via Notcot.
Constructed Pictures
Laura Kicey takes pictures of places that exist, and makes pictures of places that don't exist.
The Most Dangerous Roads in the World
I better return my strolling jodhpurs because I'm canceling my walking tour of Bolivia. Via Rob.
High Speed Destruction
Photos of things destroyed at high speed. All it's missing is a picture of my dignity, after that unfortunate fitting-room incident at the mall. Coudaled with care.
Fake Model Photography
I feel so empowered, like Rick Moranis, in Honey I Shrunk The Kids. From Andy Budd.
Oatmeal Box Pinhole Photography
What a versatile breakfast staple.
Smallest Photo
Kirk Peterson (aka Biggest Apple) redesigns his photography domain. The new look is tip-top, and the photos, as always, are gorgeous.
These photos are wonderful — excellent execution, satisfyingly creepy subject matter... the line between illustration and photography is effectively blurred. Thanks to Tony for the link...
Small Stuff
Photos of tiny things by Cynthia Greig. From good ol' Coudal.
A photoblog with quite a unique way to present content.
An excellent photo blog from Matt Balara; an Australian living in Germany, taking a polaroid a day.
Farah Nosh
Photojournalist whose work in pre and post-war Iraq gives an intimate view on Iraqi culture, and the effect of war on the people. Thanks to K. Bicket for the link.
Carl De Kyzer
Excellent photos, and an excellent presentation.

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