Photography by Michael Huniewicz

There is a certain age at which everyone must have some sort of adventure. Michael Huniewicz had one in the country of Mauritania, where he rode on top of an iron ore train across the Sahara Desert, capturing incredible images along the way. His entire gallery is widely diverse, having traveled just about eveywhere from the looks of it. It is easy to get lost in the exhaustive amount of photos he has presented on his website. Spend a few minutes on a journey-by-proxy across the desert.

Michael Huniewicz – Mauritania Part 2

The Lens Is Standard, the Photos Anything But – NYTimes.com

Jerome Delay is a photographer for Associated Press who uses a 50mm F1.4 lens exlusively. He works in Africa, covering conflicts in various areas there, and captures amazing photos with his self imposed limitation. Here is a gallery of his work and a short article explaining his reasoning behind the choice of lens.

The Lens Is Standard, the Photos Anything But – NYTimes.com.