The wilderness is a temple to be left undisturbed, so man occasionally can experience nature in its purity. That precept helped shape a century of conservation, ensuring that there would be unspoiled wilderness for succeeding generations.
These men not only built the future with their bare hands, but risked their lives in incredibly extreme environments with little guarantee of safety and security.
The great man-made flood of 1960 and the loss of Native American land as a result of the US Government and the need to build several dams along the Missouri River Basin.
Detroit has gone through a lot of change, going from a booming, bustling metropolis to losing 60% of its population over the last 60 years.
DIA art must be considered an asset that could be monetized as the city negotiates with creditors. As if, how is this possible?
Tilt-shift photography and time-lapse effects to make its subjects appear smaller than they actually are.
Exhibit at the Steven Kasher Gallery in New York is born out of a six decade love affair with America. The photographer says, "America is the most exotic country in the world. It is also the loneliest."
The federal reserve bank became the Central Bank of the United States in 1913, a central bank already existed in England from as far back as 1694 when the government of King William III was in desperate need of money.
This clock shows in real time the amount of debt in trillions of dollars while displaying work force numbers, debt per taxpayer, number of unemployed, house prices, bankruptcies and median income comparisons.
San Bernardino, another middle class "All-America City" is now bankrupt, the poorest city of its size in California, and a symbol of the nation's worst urban woes.
Funny what photographers find on the street once they start looking. Robert Frank found latent disillusion; Gary Winnogrand found random social clarity; Phillip Lorce DeCorcia found the breadth and depth of exchange.