Ghost Bat

Ghost bat (Macroderma gigas), also known as the false vampire bat is native to Australia. Named for the extremely thin membrane of its wings that makes it appear ghostly at night. They have grey fur on their backs and pale grey or white fur on their undersides. They have long, narrow wings, but no tail, averaging 4.3″ in length. They have large ears for long distance hearing, and very sharp teeth so they can attack prey.


Too Hard to Keep

The images were from an ongoing project by Chicago-based artist Jason Lazarus, wherein he asks people to send him pictures that have such powerful emotional connections they can no longer stand to keep them, hence the project’s name, Too Hard to Keep (THTK).


Read Matthew Leifheit’s interview on Vice>

Cartier-Bresson Revisited


‘Sometimes you need to break the rules. Henri Cartier-Bresson was a legendary rule-breaker, and his discordance with photography’s stymied role in culture changed the medium forever. His book The Decisive Moment, recently republished by Steidl, was groundbreaking when it was released in 1952 and still inspires photographers everywhere.’

Read the rest of Krystal Grow’s article on Wired>