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Topanga Cabin Photos by Ye Rin Mok

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Outstanding images of an off-grid hideaway in Topanga Canyon

For the 95-or-so percent of us that live in urban centers, the image of a quiet retreat somewhere in the country holds a special appeal. One look at the wildly popular Cabin Porn site, where internet surfers go to daydream about chopping wood, shows the imprint that images of nature retreats have on the city-dweller's consciousness. Browsing LA photographer Ye Rin Mok's site, we came across......read more

Ye Rin Mok: Convict Lake

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Photographer takes us on a visual trip to a lake in the Sierra Nevada

A few months ago, we showcased Ye Rin Mok's Topanga Cabin series, which features images of the simple life at a rudimentary cabin in Topanga Canyon. Now the LA photographer returns with more pics of mellow living, this time from a trip to Convict Lake in California's Sierra Nevada. According to Wikipedia, Convict Lake was named after an incident in 1871 when a group of Carson City prison esapees......read more

Coal Cares

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Yes Lab and Coal Kills Kids join forces to skewer the coal industry

In conjunction with Asthma Awareness Month, Peabody Energy, the largest private-sector coal company in the world, announced its "Coal Cares" campaign. The program provides anyone living within 200 miles of a coal-fired power plant with a free inhaler and $10 towards medicine to treat asthma. The inhalers come in a variety of styles including Dora the Explorer, diamond plated, and Justin Bieber......read more

Sustainability Photos of the Year

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Contenders for the 2011 Prix Pictet, the world's leading prize for environmental photography, to exhibit in Paris next month.

In three short years, the Prix Pictet has become the global prize for excellence in environmental photography, assembling some of the most powerful images of sustainability (or lack thereof) from around the world. The theme for this year's competition is Growth, which organizers call "one of the great conundrums facing humanity in the early decades of the 21st century." True enough. The winner......read more

A Year on the Yenisei River

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Photographer Ilya Naymushin captures life along Siberia's great waterway

The Yenisei River is the largest river system in the world that you've never heard of. Cutting through the remote reaches of Siberia, the Yenisei provides electricity, transportation, food, and sport to more than a million residents. From his base in Krasnoyarsk, Russia--the third largest city in Siberia--Reuters photographer Ilya Naymushin traveled along the mighty river to capture its changing......read more

Dirty Projectors "Impregnable Question"

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Final clip from 2012's 'Swing Lo Magellan' follows a long-distance runner in Yellowstone National Park

For Dirty Projectors' sixth and final video from last year's Swing Lo Magellan, director Adam Newport-Berra shot on location in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks (pre-government shutdown). The director, who also worked on the NYC band's similarly woodsy "Stillness Is the Move" video, casted his brother Alex as a long-distance runner in the video the Swing Lo track "Impregnable Question,"......read more

Zhang Kechun: The Yellow River

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Chinese photographer documents life along the world's sixth largest river

For his latest series of images, Chinese photographer Zhang Kechun traveled along the Huang He, the world's sixth largest river, known to us English speakers as the Yellow River. Rising in the Tibetan Himalayas, the Huang He winds 5,000 miles through northeastern China before emptying into the Gulf of Bohai.  Armed with a large format camera, Zhang set out to capture life along the river,......read more

Yeasayer "Wait For The Summer"

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New York's Mixtape Club animation studio take us on a surreal apple adventure in CGI and stop motion.

As we approach SXSW 2010, let''s celebrate by revisiting a stunning video launched at the festival two years ago. Wonderfully imaginative work....read more

A Year On the Road

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America: Photographed and experienced through my camera's lens

A few years ago, I decided to leave the windy city and travel the open road, experiencing and photographing this vast country I call home. That original one-year goal flew out the window over the 100,000+ miles on some lonely two lane highway in the desert. Every week, I will be sharing some of my favorite places and perspectives from these life-changing years. My name is Emily Caldwell and......read more

A Year on the Road: Population 1

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A day in a forgotten border town

This is a story of a man who calls himself the sheriff, the mayor, and the town drunk. He is Population: 1 in a forgotten town just off the border of Mexico. After 1941, the last resident left this mining encampment and no one ever came back... except for Sundog. After traveling for 14 years, he landed in this ghost town living as the miners did; without electricity or running......read more

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