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3 September 2021

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 funny wildlife, Appalachia, dense fog and Elements landscape magazine.

  • The Guardian presents a shortlist of this year's Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards. Somehow, we didn't find them quite as amusing as usual.
  • In Black Diamonds, Justin Herfst speaks with former photojournalist Rich-Joseph Facun making this new photobook, his relationship with Appalachia and how identities can be explored through the camera. "I found a community of resilient and resourceful folk," he says. "Many, the salt of the earth."
  • Grace Ebert presents the Dense Fog Shrouding Waves shot by Raf Maes in Los Angeles. "The moody, eerie images capture the powerful energy of the ocean as it ripples across the frame in a single, long line," she writes.
  • Kevin Raber raves about Elements, a new landscape photography magazine published by the same people behind Medium Format Magazine. Elements features "the finest landscape photography, insightful editorials and fluid, clean design" in 100 digital pages a month for $99 a year.

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