Readers: As those of you who follow my blog know, I had the opportunity to see the Eiffel Tower on two different occasions last year. I even had the good fortune to have a wonderful dinner in Tour 58 on the first level of the Tower. Today is the 125th birthday of the Eiffel Tower. […]

Readers: I will be working in New York City this week. I came across these beautiful photos of 1910 New York City. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. I will be posting New York City-related data visualization stories all of this week. I hope you check back each day to see […]

Another great infographic poster from the team at Pop Chart Lab!  A Visual Compendium of Cameras lines up the 100 most influential cameras in history in Chronological order. A meticulously illustrated catalog of 100 landmark cameras, culled from over a century of photographic history, depicting both professional and consumer models and tracing photography’s history from […]

Immerse yourself in the past and present of a McDowell County, West Virginia. Video portraits, data visualizations, photography, soundscapes, community-generated content and grassroots mapping tell the story of this typical rural American community in a way that is bound to leave a lasting impression. Note: You may need to update your browser to Google Chrome. […]

Kerényi Zoltán has turned his camera into a time machine. The Hungarian photographer and architect uses vintage photos to create a bridge between the Budapest of the past and the Budapest of the present. [SOURCE] In the series “Ablak a Múltra” (translating to “Window to the Past”), Zoltán overlays black and white images from the […]

Every since I was a little boy, I have had a fascination and love affair with the puffin. I have little puffin figures and photos all around my house. Leanne Burden Seidel [SOURCE] noted that every five years, National Trust rangers carry out a puffin census on the Farne Islands, off the northeast coast of […]