Photography Anthologies
A Woman's Sheds: Spaces for Women to Create, Write, Makec, Grow, Think, and Escape
A Woman's Sheds
Spaces for Women to Create, Write, Makec, Grow, Think, and Escape
Hardcover      ISBN: 178249099x
Every woman deserves a shed of her own, somewhere to retreat to for some quiet time, to create or grow, to write or paint, or just to contemplate the view. Gill Heriz has interviewed over 80 different women, and Nicolette Hallett has photographed their sheds inside and out, to collect together this unique insight into why women have sheds, and what they do in them. There are sheds for puppet-makers, sculptors, and writers, as well as farmers, furniture-makers, and woodcutters. There are sheds that can be lived in, sheds that are full to the rafters, and sheds that are simply sheds, with the usual collection of gardening tools, lawnmowers, and seed packets. Virginia Woolf once argued that, for women, writing fiction required “a room of one’s own.
Women Are Heroes
Women Are Heroes
by JR
Hardcover      ISBN: 1419703331
Guerilla street artist JR traveled to Sierra Leone, Liberia, Sudan, Kenya, Brazil, India, and Cambodia to seek out women struggling in their everyday lives and, in his words, “to take their stories around the world.

Women Photographers
Women Photographers
Hardcover      ISBN: 0810939509
Women Photographers at National Geographic
Women Photographers at National Geographic
Hardcover      ISBN: 0792276892
Celebrating the women who have helped make National Geographic one of the most visually spectacular magazines ever published, this colorful guide retraces a century of top-notch photography. 50,000 first printing.
The World Atlas of Street Photography
The World Atlas of Street Photography
Hardcover      ISBN: 0300207166
Collects street photographs from noted photographers of cities around the world, from New York and Sao Paolo to Paris and Sydney.
A Year of Mornings: 3191 Miles Apart
A Year of Mornings
3191 Miles Apart
Paperback      ISBN: 1568987846
The morning hours before the hustle and bustle of the day commences is the perfect time to pause and enjoy a sense of renewal and vitality. On the morning of December 7, 2006, Maria Alexandra Vettese and Stephanie Congdon Barnes each took a digital photo of everyday objects randomly arranged on their kitchen tables and, unbeknownst to one another, uploaded them to the website Flickr. Noticing a remarkable similarity between their images, they agreed to document their mornings by posting one photo to a shared blog every weekday for a year. Their site, 3191 (http://3191.visualblogging.com) named after the distance in miles between their homes in Portland, Maine, and Portland, Oregon quickly acquired a worldwide following of devotees fascinated by the magical coincidences and pictorial synchronicity of their photographic pairings. A Year of Mornings collects 236 images always taken before 10 am without discussion between the two women from this uniquely 21st-century artistic collaboration. The intimacy of these photographs discarded clothing, a view of a snowy day from the window, a tablecloth combined with their striking similarities in color and composition defies the reality of their long-distance collaboration. While clearly kindred spirits, the two women have met in person only once. Their friendship is maintained solely online, sustained by a shared love for moments of serenity, solitude, and peacefulness. The annotated photographs in A Year of Mornings radiate an aura of sweetness and light the promise of a new day.