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Lunar Eclipse and Supermoon: Photos From Around the World

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

Photographers captured scenes in the skies as the Earth’s shadow covered the moon.

Lunar Eclipse and Supermoon: Photos From Around the World

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

Photographers captured scenes in the skies as the Earth’s shadow covered the moon.

Lunar Eclipse and Supermoon: Photos From Around the World

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

Photographers captured scenes in the skies as the Earth’s shadow covered the moon.

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Lens: Desmond Boylan: A Life in News Wire Photography

By SANTIAGO LYON

Santiago Lyon reflects on his friendship with — and the craft of — Mr. Boylan, a fellow conflict photographer.

Are β€˜10-Year Challenge’ Photos a Boon to Facebook’s Facial Recognition Technology?

By JACEY FORTIN

The meme encourages people to post a photo of themselves from 10 years and one from today. It’s just a drop in a big bucket of data Facebook has already amassed.

Walter Chandoha, Photographer Whose Specialty Was Cats, Dies at 98

By RICHARD SANDOMIR

A stray kitten appropriately named Loco started Mr. Chandoha on an unexpected career. By the time he died, he had taken some 90,000 cat pictures.

Give the Wombats Some Space, Australia Tells Selfie-Loving Tourists

By PALKO KARASZ

Visitors to a Tasmanian island snuggle, chase and even pick up the fuzzy creatures for photos. Officials are asking them to pledge to respect the wildlife.

Critic’s Pick: Ansel Adams in a New Light

By VICKI GOLDBERG

The National Parks are in partial shutdown. But America’s wilderness shines in a show at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston that reveals how human intervention has changed purple mountains’ majesty.

To Get This Artist’s Message, You Have to Look Really Closely

By LAWRENCE WESCHLER

With “This Land,” David Opdyke melds art and activism, hoping to inspire urgent changes in vision, one postcard, and viewer, at a time.

Critic’s Pick: Ansel Adams in a New Light

By VICKI GOLDBERG

The National Parks are in partial shutdown. But America’s wilderness shines in a show at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston that reveals how human intervention has changed purple mountains’ majesty.

Field Notes: She Watches Weddings, One Click at a Time

By ALIX STRAUSS

The photographer Genevieve de Manio said, “A truly good image stirs something in you when you see it, a feeling of adoration, love, sorrow, joy, hope, or surprise.”

Lens: The Strange, the Surreal and the Downright Scary

By JORDAN G. TEICHER

Photos in the New Orleans Museum of Art’s collection capture the oddities and horrors conveyed by everyday life in the world.

On Washington: No Photographic Memory in the Senate

By CARL HULSE

Top senators say it may finally be time to allow news photographers into the chamber for special events.

Unearthing Photography’s Time Capsule

By MEREDITH MENDELSOHN

Four trailblazing photographers — Robert Frank, Robert Heinecken, Dave Heath and John Wood — collaborated on a project that was hidden for 30 years.

album: Meeting the Neighbors, One Photograph at a Time

By BENJAMIN NORMAN and MATTHEW SEDACCA

Benjamin Norman has moved in New York 8 times in the past 13 years, never knowing his neighbors. In Bushwick, he’s trying to break this cycle.

Lens: Graciela Iturbide’s Photos of Mexico Make β€˜Visible What, to Many, Is Invisible’

By EVELYN NIEVES and GRACIELA ITURBIDE

Over the past 50 years, Ms. Iturbide has captured layers of Mexico’s diverse cultures and practices, as well as the struggles and contrasts across the nation.

One Photographer’s Delicious (and Technicolor) Homage to Apples

By JAMIE SIMS

In “Odd Apples,” William Mullan chronicles — and idealizes — rare varieties of the fruit.

Lens: A Photographer’s Insider View of Bohemian Life

By JORDAN G. TEICHER

He’s 87, and his first photo book, “Ken Van Sickle: Photography 1954-2009,” captures the lives of artists and bohemians on both sides of the Atlantic.

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