The July edition of American Journal is available online! Enjoy!
We are excited, elated and downright ecstatic to present the work of Gary Gladstone for this month’s feature story.
Gary is a remarkable photographer and writer who offers us excerpts from two of his books, “Passing Gas and Other Towns Along the American Highway” and “Reaching Climax and Other Towns Along the American Highway.”
We are sure you’ll get a kick out of Gary’s work and learn a lot about the nation’s rural culture along the way.
This month’s profile takes us to the beautiful Potomac River for a look at the historical White’s Ferry, the only ferry still in operation on the river.
White’s Ferry shuttles hundreds of vehicles, pedestrians, bicyclists, commuters and tourists back and forth between Maryland and Virginia every day.
We continue with the series “Aging in Virginia” by Casey Templeton, who was named 2005 College Photographer of the Year by the University of Missouri and recently completed an internship with National Geographic.
This installment of the series documents a class that teaches senior citizens the basics of navigating the Internet.
Wouldn’t you love to be a kid again? Far from responsibility and without a care?
This month’s photo column features a photograph that conjures dreams of swing sets and childhood games.
THE NEWS DESK:
Calling All Photographers! American Journal is now accepting submissions for an exciting new section called American Landscape.
Whether you’re a professional photographer or a weekend shooter, we want to see your pictures of interesting people, places, things and icons that scream Americana.
To find out more about submitting your images, click on the “American Landscape” link on the contents page.
Also, American Journal will soon be accepting submissions from college photographs for the Photojournalism Student Showcase.
Any student who is enrolled in a college-level photography course may submit their best journalistic work to be considered for the showcase. To find out more, click on the “Student Showcase” link at the top of the magazine.
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