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Philosopher-Photographers on Instagram (and Elsewhere)

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Sometimes a little beauty is in order.  I know about and follow a few philosophers who take gorgeous photographs and post them on Instagram or their own sites. I’ll share some of them with you, with a few samples from each. I hope you’ll be able to clue us in to some more philosopher-photographers to follow, be it on Instagram or elsewhere. Justin Sytsma (Victoria University of Wellington) photo by Justin Sytsma   photo by Justin Sytsma   photo by Justin Sytsma You can follow Justin Sytsma on Instagram here (@jmsytsma) Daniel Star (Boston University) photo by Daniel Star photo by Daniel Star   photo by Daniel Star You can follow Daniel Star on Instagram here (@daniel_star_net). He also posts his photos at his own site. Maureen Eckert (University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth) photo by Maureen Eckert   photo by Maureen Eckert   photo by Maureen Eckert You can follow Maureen Eckert on Instagram here (@maureenaeckert). David Estlund (Brown University) photo by David Estlund   photo by David Estlund   photo by David Estlund David Estlund doesn’t have much recent work on his Instagram feed (@destlund1), but he does have his own photography site with many more photos. Simon C. May (Florida State University) photo by Simon May   photo by Simon C. May   photo by Simon C. May You can follow Simon C. May on Instagram here (@nomisyam). Richard Pettigrew (University of Bristol) photo by Richard Pettigrew   photo by Richard Pettigrew   photo by Richard Pettigrew   If only we could all be as happy as that lemur looks, right? You can follow Richard Pettigrew on Instagram here (@richardpettigrew1981). I also park my occasional amateur photography on Instagram, here (@justin.weinberg). Do you know of other philosopher-photographers with pictures on Instagram or somewhere else publicly accessible online? Are you one? If so, please let us know where to look. The post Philosopher-Photographers on. . .

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