The Azalea Trail Maids make an appearance near the start of the First Light Marathon in Mobile, Alabama, Sunday, Jan. 13, 2008.
…and in the trees.
To ring in the New Year, a bunch of people decided it would be a good idea to take a dip in the chilly waters of the Gulf of Mexico. This is my first attempt at a 360-degree image with … Read More
At a little place on the Alabama-Florida state line is the Flora-Bama Lounge. To kick off the New Year, they hosted a Polar Bear Dip.
Scott Strazzante, a Chicago Tribune photographer, talks about his career and his photo columns The Season. After shooting a July White Sox game, Scott sat down for an interview in the bowels of the stadium.
In a July 2007 interview in Covington, Kentucky, Melvin Grier reflected on the final months of his career at the Cincinnati Post, as the paper prepared to close its doors.
I wish you all a happy 2008. We just published our first couple of podcasts that we’re calling Photo Stories. The first one is from Melvin Grier, a photographer for the Cincinnati Post. We interviewed him in July about his paper … Read More
The Holiday heads out to sea from the Mobile Alabama Cruise Terminal Thursday afternoon, Dec. 27, 2007.
In a late-night 2007 interview, after photographing the Redneck Games in Georgia, Chip Litherland talks about his move to freelance from the Sarasota Herald-Tribune and then his return to the paper 9 months later.