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From Lake Monroe to the Milky Way, a Photographer’s Long Exposures

Nathan Clark doesn’t so much shoot for the stars as shoot at them. His time-exposure photography is stunning, but his work also focuses on his more down-to-earth interests — the outdoors, geology, and conservation. Here is a gallery of some of his favorite shots. Click here to read the full story.

The Mavens in the Food Trucks

With Food Truck Friday in full swing at two locations in Bloomington, an anonymous photographer set out to photograph the people who make it happen. Whether at The Chocolate Moose or in the parking lot at Smith’s Shoe Center on South Walnut, these chefs, cooks, and servers dish out the goods. Click here to view the photos.

Fair, Open House on March 26 to Showcase Artisan Alley on S. Rogers St.

A collective of glassblowers, painters, welders, photographers, and more, Artisan Alley is on property slated to become part of Switchyard Park. For now, though, founder Adam Nahas is providing a home for artists with a variety of artistic needs. On Saturday, March 26, the collective hosts an art fair and open house. Click here to read the full story.

Photographer Shoots Bloomington Street Scenes on Film

Using a Rolleiflex 3.5 F camera, photographer Justin Banks shoots street scenes of Bloomington and processes the film in his kitchen. While his work is in the vein of Vivian Maier, who captured Chicago in the 1950s on the same kind of camera, Banks’ photography is classic, contemporary Bloomington. Click here to view our photo gallery.

With Local Base, ‘Driftless’ Magazine Is a Journey Through the Midwest

Writer Ann Georgescu reviews Driftless magazine, calling it a “collaborative work of art in ink and paper.” Working out of Bloomington and Chicago, the magazine’s three-member publishing team curates the photography, feature stories, illustrations, guides, recipes, and other content that captures all that is poetic and beautiful about the Midwest. Click here to read the full story.

Impressions, Memories of a Bloomington Winterscape

As we post this photo gallery by writer/photographer Ann Georgescu, we may be having sunny days near 50 degrees, but these images taken last February remind us of what winter could look like. It also reminds us that we live in one of the most beautiful places in any season. Click here to read the full story.