PDN 2014 Photo Annual Winner

Our award page from the PDN Photo Annual 2014 featured in the June issue.

Vanishing Ice Exhibition

Len is featured in the book & traveling exhibition entitled “VANISHING ICE: Alpine and Polar Landscapes in Art, 1775-2012” that was debuted at the Whatcom Museum in Seattle and is now viewing at the El Paso Museum of Art through August 24, 2014.

Women of Vision Book & Traveling Exhibition

Diane is one of eleven National Geographic women photographers chosen for inclusion in the 2014 book “Women of Vision: National Geographic Photographers on Assignment”, which is accompanied by a traveling exhibition.  The exhibition premiered at the National Geographic Museum in October of 2013, and is currently on display at the Mint Museum Uptown in Charlotte,… more »

Tumbleweed Preview, National Geographic


Here are a few images that appeared on Instagram – from our upcoming feature on tumbleweeds for the December, 2013 issue of National Geographic Magazine.

Nat Geo Lecture


View a YouTube excerpt from our Night Gardens lecture at the National Geographic Society.

Nat Geo Magazine: Night Gardens

National Geographic Iran Cover, March 2013

Cover of Iranian National Geographic Magazine March, 2013 issue.  View our online Night Gardens portfolio in Nat Geo.

W.S. Merwin Garden Photos in Audubon Magazine

W.S. Merwin

WS Merwin Garden in Audubon Magazine. We first met William & Paula Merwin in 1996, in their magical garden in Haiku, on the Hawaiian island of Maui.

Night Gardens Exhibition


An exhibition of 41 large lightbox images from our Gardens By Night project will be on display around the National Geographic Society building (1145 17th Street NW, Washington, DC 20036) from February 15, 2013 until September 8, 2013. Also see the Night Gardens portfolio and The Moment in the March 2013 issue of of National Geographic Magazine online…. more »

Photographer’s Ephemeris: Tracking the Moon


Moonlight has its own soft, romantic poetry, but to get it right when photographing a garden at night requires some hard science.  Six years ago, we learned this the hard way – we were photographing in a private garden, waiting and waiting for the moon to rise above the tree line, but it never did. … more »

Night-blooming Tropical Water Lilies


Most people think flowers need sunlight to open—but not all do. For our upcoming National Geographic story, “Gardens By Night,” we researched night bloomers and assembled a list of ten specimens we hoped to photograph. Many of these open only one night a year. It’s all about patience and planning—and being in the right place… more »

Photo by Nina Subin
All Images © 2013 Diane Cook & Len Jenshel. All rights reserved.
Please be aware that all images are copyrighted and protected by the U.S. DMCA.