Lebanese Photographer Visits U.S. Cities Named 'Lebanon'

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A great gray looks up after plunging into the snow, while hunting north of Two Harbors, Minn. The great gray is one of the world's largest species of owl. Derek Montgomery for MPR News hide caption

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Some Wildlife Photographers Use Bait, But Is It Worth The Shot?

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The Moluccan Cockatoo Feast, from the series The Fantastical Feasts, 2014 Claire Rosen hide caption

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How Do You Dream Up A Cockatoo Feast? An Artist Explains In 'Imaginarium'

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Vietnamese American Photographer An-My Le Selected For Whitney Biennial

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World Press Photo awarded its top honor to Burhan Ozbilici's image of a man with a gun standing over the slain Russian ambassador in Ankara in December. Burhan Ozbilici/AP hide caption

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Mini Time Capsules: Photographer Wants Your Undeveloped Film For New Project

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Artist William Christenberry at his home in Washington, D.C., in 2015. Christenberry died Monday at the age of 80. Greg Kahn/GRAIN for The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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Christenberry explains his fascination with Sprott church

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Remembering Ruth Gruber, Who Photographed The 20th Century's Darkest Moments

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Struth photographed Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip in 2011. "They were actually quite nice together," he says of the experience. (Pictured: Queen Elizabeth II and The Duke of Edinburgh, Windsor Castle 2011) Thomas Struth/Promised Gift to the National Gallery of Art from the Collection of Robert E. Meyerhoff and Rheda Becker hide caption

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Photography Writ Large: The Monumental Art Of Thomas Struth

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A lighthouse built in 1858 stands on Loggerhead Key, Fla., an uninhabited tropical island. Artists Paula Sprenger and Carter McCormick participated in a monthlong artist residency here. Courtesy of Paula Sprenger and Carter McCormick hide caption

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Making Art Off The Grid: A Monthlong Residency At A Remote National Park

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Eunice, pictured above, is one of the workshop participants: "Today I learned a girl can do anything — that a boy and girl are equal, no one is more special, and I am happy about it. I am happy that the new things I learned today [are] to be confident and be powerful." Mercy/Too Young To Wed/Samburu Girls Foundation hide caption

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