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Out in Nature with David Boyson Cooper

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Scottish photographer escapes the city to capture candid moments in the wilderness

David Boyson Cooper comes from the Shetland Islands, off of Scotland's north coast, a place that's chalk full of majestic landscapes (think craggy mountains and snow-covered plains wrapped in clouds). Now living in Glasgow, David regularly escapes the city to wilder areas like the ones where he spent his childhood. Joining him on these forays into nature are his friends and his camera, which he......read more

On a Lake With Nicholas Haggard

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LA-based photographer captures intimate moments in nature

Thank you to The Fox Is Black for reminding us about the work of Nicholas Haggard, the Los Angeles photographer who we first discovered via 01 Magazine a few years back. From Haggard's personal portfolio come these beautiful, intimate photos of friends hanging out by a nameless lake. "I'm interested in making images that feel honest," he told Fecal Face. "I enjoy the sort of authenticity and......read more

Daydreaming on Film with Momomi

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Quiet moments captured beautifully by the South Korean photographer

For proof of film photography's aesthetic superiority, look no further than these grainy, light-leaked images from Momomi, a photographer from Seoul, South Korea. With a keen understanding of what makes film great, Momomi captures the innate beauty of life's quieter moments: a ladybug in the garden, morning light piercing through a window, a hand in front of glistening water. Really gorgeous......read more

SHFT Summer Photo Series

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Ten of our favorite photographic moments from the summer of 2012

Well, that's a wrap. Summer is officially over (RIP). We'll look back on the hot season of 2012 and with fond memories of road trips, barbecues, fresh seasonal produce, camping in the woods, skinny-dipping, and outdoor concerts. To memorialize the passing summer, and to announce our new Instagram account (@SHFT), we asked SHFTers and friends to show off their favorite Instagram photos they shot......read more

Agnes Thor: Photographs

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Intimate moments in nature.

Swedish photographer Agnes Thor shoots beautiful photos of beautiful girls in natural environments. What more could you want? Thor's work is based on personal relationships and intimate experiences, which she captures in muted tones among blurry outdoor scenes. "A memory is nothing other than fragments of a time, place or a person. Hollow without scents or feelings yet colorful and lively. I......read more

Deepwater Horizon: The First 36 Hours

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Jaw-dropping photos of the infernal early moments.

From Neatorama: On April 20, 2010, a mayday call from the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig in the Gulf of Mexico reporting an explosion aboard signaled the beginning of one of the largest man-made environmental disasters in the United States. Today, the environmental, economic, and political repercussions of the oil spill are just being felt – but what happened the day the rig went ablaze,......read more

Thailand on Film by Varunyoo Thongdee

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Dreamy analog images of southeast Asia

In the hot, sticky climate of southeast Asia, time slows down to a torpid pace. There's not much you want to do beside find some shade and chill out. Thai photographer Varunyoo Thongdee captures the mood nicely in the analog images he shoots in his homeland. With various western female travelers acting acting as his as muses, Varunyoo shoots dreamy photos of languid moments in the tropical heat.......read more

Sesame Kale Salad

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Delicious Asian-style goodness from Fresh 365

If you grow veggies, kale is a no-brainer. It's super hardy and easy to grow, and you can grow choice varieties and harvest the fresh leaves when they are young and tasty. We're working on finding the best kale dishes around. This Sesame Kale Salad comes from Erin at Fresh 365, who made it from a bunch of leftover kale from her CSA. It worked out so well, she's going to seek out......read more

Abie Abdillah: Rattan Chairs

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Sustainable seating out of Southeast Asia.

Indonesian furniture designer Abie Abdillah has a thing for rattan, the super abundant, highly renewable palm found in tropical climates around the world. Which is cool because so do we. Like bamboo, rattan is a fast-growing plant that's great for sustainable design. What makes it extra special is its strength and bendability. Designboom shared some pics of Abdillah's latest rattan......read more

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