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Here are links to sites of interest as well as galleries and museums where my work is shown:

Moab Photography Symposium
Workshops and symposiums with master photographers.

Bostick & Sullivan
http://www.bostick-sullivan.com/
Bostick & Sullivan provides photographic materials and chemicals for alternative photographic processes. The premier suppliers for platinum and palladium printmaking chemicals and supply rare and hard to find materials for both modern and antique handmade photographic printmaking.

Photography Directory by Art-Catalogue.com
http://www.art-catalogue.com/
The Photography Links Directory

David Ruth, antarctic weblog
http://davidruth.blogspot.com/
My project in Antarctica is to gain understanding of ice and its relationship to glass.

University of New Mexico Press
http://www.unmpress.com/

Museum of Photographic Arts San Diego, CA
http://www.mopa.org/

The Museum of Photographic Arts is one of the only museums in the country dedicated exclusively to the photographic arts, presenting work by some of the world's most celebrated photographers.

Smithsonian On line Collection
http://americanart.si.edu/
The Museums Digitized Collection of American Art

The George Eastman House
http://www.eastman.org/

UCR California Museum of Photography
http://www.cmp.ucr.edu/

Rice University Media Center
http://www.ruf.rice.edu/~media/

Andrew Smith Gallery
http://www.andrewsmithgallery.com/

Directory of Photographers and Videographer worldwide
http://www.clickphotographer.com/

De Santos Gallery
http://www.desantosgallery.com/

SF Camerawork
http://www.sfcamerawork.org/
SF Camerawork is a 26 year-old non-profit, artists' organization whose purpose is to stimulate dialogue, encourage inquiry, and communicate ideas about contemporary photography and related technologies through a variety of artistic and educational programs.

The Museum of Fine Arts Houston
http://www.mfah.org/

César Céron Fotoblog
http://www.cesarceron.es/?p=978
En su serie Women of a Certain Age la fotógrafa Joan Myers explora la posibilidades, los mensajes y las historias que reflejan los cuerpos de unas mujeres que ya no son jóvenes.