The National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest hits its mid twenties this June. For nearly 25 years, wanderlust-riddled individuals have sent their snapshots into the DC-based magazine in hopes of sharing a slice of their experience with the masses. And, OK, getting a little name recognition in the process. Thanks to The Roosevelts, we’re able to share some of 2013′s most promising entries thus far.
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Described by many as the “eighth wonder of the world,” Williard Wigan’s micro-sculptures are so impressive that they have garnered interest from surgeons, nano-technologists to universities all over the world.
Born in 1957, Wigan started creating art at an early age. Wigan says that when he was five, he “started making houses for ants because [he] thought they needed somewhere to live.” Wigan’s current micro-sculptures are so small that most fit within the eye of a needle or upon the top of a pinhead. Fittingly, to view the micro-art, one must peer through a microscope.
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Retirement affords us many opportunities, one of which is the chance to reflect on the set of experiences that has led us to where we sit today. What, if you looked into the mirror, would you see? Using a handful of seniors as models, photographer Tom Hussey does just that.