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    A clever fellow named Eric Fischer tapped Flickr geotag data to map where locals and tourists take photos in major cities. Above — the wiggly Thames declares it instantly to lovers of this city — is London, where I’m moving (for a time, anyway) in just a few weeks. Blue denotes photos taken…

Perhaps because I so enjoyed the time I spent at sea learning about fish, I particularly enjoyed this collection of Nick Cobbing’s photos of ice, sea, and people who work them — scientists, fishermen, adventurers. Cobbing has a great eye for color and form, particularly those of the icy north and the sea; his study…

Emma Livingston’s photos

I find these photos by Emma Livingstone — onen of 30 photographers singled out in a recent “rising photographer” story (hat tip: Kottke) — especially fetching. Many more at her well-designed site. Among other charms, they bring to mind the painting of Gerhard Richter: September 11

A while back I tossed up some of Callie Shell’s photos of Obama, and the post turned out to be one of the more popular here at Neuron Culture. Recently Soulcatcher Studios, the site that is running an expanded version of that slide show, has a portfolio of the lovely, strange, and arresting 1928 master…