... his brain with a quick interview about the project, its motivations and challenges, and how a detail-oriented style made the series unmistakably his.
"Ethere" is from photographer and filmmaker Drew Doggett's limited edition black and white photography
"Whispers Inscribed" is from Drew Doggett's limited edition black and white series Shadows Alight: Portraits of the American West featuring the National ...
This breathtaking image is part of Drew Doggett's "Discovering the Horses of Sable Island" series. In 2012 and Doggett traveled to the narrow, ...
"Transcendence" is from Drew Doggett's limited edition black and white photography series Shadows Alight: Portraits of the American West.
"Breathless" is from photographer Drew Doggett's award winning black and white limited edition series
Brendan Lawlor in action during the Pro Am prior to the start of the Betfred British Masters (Image: Andrew Redington/Getty Images)
... SIGNS OF LIFE (sequel to MELT, Rough Romance #2)! To all of the wonderful readers and bloggers that are participating in the Release Day Launch tod…
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Narrative of the United States exploring expedition. During the years 1838,1839,1840,1841,1842. By Charles Wilkes, U.S.N Commander of the expedition, ...
... Research Laborary Public Affairs Army researchers are looking for ways use brain data in the moment indicate specific tasks Soldiers are performing.
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There's A Riot Going On: Revolutionaries, Rock Stars, and the Rise and Fall of '60s Counter-Culture by Peter Doggett