We’re excited and honored that the Washington Post has run a feature highlighting 16 of their favorite photos from our Tumblr. According to the Post:
From redwood forests to Gulf Stream waters, workers from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management have photographed the often-remote terrain they supervise. Here are a few of the best images and descriptions from My Public Lands, the bureau’s lively Tumblr site, of the land that Woody Guthrie wrote “was made for you and me.’’
To the more than 43,000 of you that have chosen to follow us over the past 8 months, thank you. We love sharing stories about the science, history, beauty, and recreation on more than 245 million acres of public lands, and hope you’ll get out and enjoy your public lands!
See the entire gallery at http://wapo.st/10AvITb
Yang Yongliang is a photographer born and raised in Shanghai. When he was a child he studied traditional chinese arts and calligraphy, nowadays, as photographer and photo retoucher, this traditional training is visible in his work. His dreamy landscapes are clearly inspired by traditional chinese woodblock prints.