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22 April 2022

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. On Earth Day we look at a sunrise from space, the planet, Paris, mushrooms, foliage and moss, and Eolake Stobblehouse.

  • In A Sunrise Across Our World an orbital sunrise beams across Earth's horizon revealing silhouetted clouds above the South China Sea.
  • Trevor Mogg collected 24 Amazing Images of Our Planet, all of which were shot from space.
  • OTOH, Harold Davis found himself enchanted Under the Pont De Grenelle in Paris. "What great fun to be back in Paris with my camera!" he writes.
  • And getting even closer to the ground, Dahlia Ambrose presents 29 images of Mushrooms and Their Mystical World.
  • And in Foliage and Moss Grace Ebert features Jonathan Jimenez's photographs of "abandoned structures around the globe, many of which have been cloaked in mosses, lush foliage and even jungle-like vegetation."
  • Readers of The Online Photographer will recognize the name Eolake Stobblehouse. Mike Johnston remembers his "long-long-longtime friend" after learning of his unexpected passing. "Perhaps Eolake merely died," he writes. "But perhaps his soul is streaking along somewhere out in the Universe in a sparkling ball of light and warmth and he's laughing, joyful to have shed this Earth and its troubles and embarked on the next phase of his spirit's journey. It's almost hard to see how it could be otherwise."

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