There are so many folks showing work on the internet these days, all one can do is notice what one can notice and not feel too bad about all the things that one is missing.
Or so I do believe, and I'm sticking to it. Here are a few interesting sites for Southern photography up at the moment.
Durham-based photographer Christopher Sims made it on to the Best 100 Superstar Southern Photography List with his photographs taken at Guantanamo Bay and now NPR is showing some of his work HERE in recognition of that fact.
Watch the NPR Daily Picture Show site the rest of this week -- they promise to have 4 other members of the 100 Superstars features this week.
Wandering photographer Stacy Kranitz makes amazing photographs, and you can see some of the images she made on a recent tour through Southern Appalachia if you go here to the CNN Photography Blog.
The winners of this year's Houston Center for Photography Fellowship Awards are Isa Leshko and David Politzer, and you can see their work on the Fraction Magazine blog, here. And look out for a review of Jeff Rich's new book Watershed while you are there.
University of South Carolina grad Sarah Kobos also has work featured in Issue 38 of Fraction, here.
And if you just can't get enough of Atlanta, check out the Atlantagram, here.