March 21, 1888

A photographer in Jefferson County was offering to take horseographs or jackotypes. Photographs of fine horses and mules.


Here Are Our Photo Contest Winners

One of the most difficult and rewarding experiences we have at Missouri Life is to pick the winners of our photo contest. Not only does our state have an abundant array of photo material—endless, if you ask us—but we also have an amazing bunch of photographers.


#DiscoveryGram With Matt Faupel

Missouri nature photographer Matt Faupel shares photographs from his tour through rugged hills and river prairies in the conservation areas of Northwestern Missouri.


#DiscoveryGram With Evan Henningsen

Welcome to Missouri Life's #DiscoveryGram! Each week we select a photographer we love from around the state to share photos of their recent travels, adventures, and discoveries. We hope that in doing so, we can show our readers a glimpse of what's going on all around them within the borders of the Show-Me State.


Meet a Missouri Artist: Patty Carroll Finds a Woman’s Place in Photographs

Artist Patty Carroll explores themes of women’s identifications to domesticity woven with photographs, fabrics and craft items.


#DiscoveryGram with Notley Hawkins

This week Notley Hawkins, a mid-Missouri based photographer, shared snaps he's taken from around the Columbia and Jefferson City area, as well as snaps from St. Louis, Kansas City, the Missouri River, and many roads, towns, and natural areas around the state. Here's a look at the photos Notley shared with us.