A land of contradictions, Finland occupies a latitude in northern Europe that means winter sunlight is rare. Darkness, snow, and arctic air rule for a large portion of the year, and while we may associate that with gloom, Finns are consistently ranked the happiest people on Earth. Many people’s first thoughts of Finland may be of a stable economy and …
Often, Matt Hall’s subjects are obscured by cloudy glass or a sheet of snow in the foreground, giving the photographs an air of mystery.
Photographer Dan Bradner shoots the eclectic, monumental art installations in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert during Burning Man Festival.
Canadian-born photographer Leah Frances turns her lens to the humble American diner in her photo essay.
Vlad Dumitrescu’s portraits turn away from Bucharest and the much mythologized Transylvania to forefront the people of Romania.
A sense of nostalgia and timelessness pervades throughout photographer Marley Hutchinson’s photo essay “A Photographic Ode to Vancouver”.
For the record, the sentence you are currently reading was not written by ChatGPT. Nor was anything in the magazine you’re holding. But that newspaper over there, that recipe you downloaded for last night’s dinner, the blurb on the toothpaste package, the radio ad you listened to on the drive home, that essay your neighbour’s son just handed to his prof—well, who knows?
Why do we feel the urge to jump from high places?
But—must reading the front page make us want to toss the newspaper away and cover our head with a soft blanket?