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19 April 2018

In this recurring column, we highlight a few items we've run across that don't merit a full story of their own but are interesting enough to bring to your attention. This time we look at Michael McCoy, the Hubble at 28, a Carmelite ceiling and Iceland.

  • In An Army Veteran Confronts His Own Trauma With a Camera, Finbar O'Reilly talks to retired U.S. Army Specialist Michael McCoy, who "turned to one of the few things that has helped him manage the emotional aftershocks of war: his camera." McCoy explains his motivation, "I know life goes on, but sometimes we veterans don't feel like we're part of that life. That's what I wanted to change."
  • NASA is Celebrating 28 Years of the Hubble Space Telescope with this image of "a vast stellar nursery located 4,000 light-years away:"
  • Harold Davis finds himself staring up at a Carmelite Chapel Ceiling with his 8-15mm fisheye. We can hear the nuns murmuring, "Look but do not touch."
  • Ming Thein's Last of the Icelandic Singles is not a chill dating blog. Well, not really. It's the place he's mingled his unattached images, each of them worthy of more attention.

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