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Homeward swing of a young office worker adds a fresh lilt to a time-mellowed street in Boston
National Geographic | September 1974
Language Maps of the US.
Why wasn’t this the first one I saw!? This is so much more interesting!!
I LOVE THIS I LOVE THIS WOW
”Having a soft heart in a cruel world is courage, not weakness
This phenomenal photo series was taken in Mongolia, centred on Mongolia’s only-known female eagle huntress, fierce and brazen. By day, she is but a 13-year-old schoolgirl.
One flower does not bring spring
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The magnificent world of firefly photography is trending in Japan. Mostly taken in the wooded forests close to the regions of Kansai and Honshu, the artists detailed in this article are gaining fame through their documentation of one of childhoods simplest pleasures - fireflies.
Happy International Women’s Day 2014, gals and guys. Enjoy this lovely photographic essay of mothers and daughters from around the globe, pieced together by Al-Jazeera.
Why not browse through a selection of inspiring quotes about women from the International Business Times, too? My personal favourite: ”Nobody can make you feel inferior without your permission.” - Eleanor Roosevelt
An abandoned, unused cinema built by an ambitious Frenchman a decade and a half ago has been rediscovered. It’s location? The middle of nowhere, in a vast, deserted peninsula that is otherwise known as the Sinai. You can see more pictures of this unusual outdoor Egyptian theatre here.
A farewell to one of Spain's greatest exports - Paco de Lucia, the phenomenal guitarist. This rumba from 1973, “Entre dos aguas”, sealed his reputation in his home country of Spain and also on the international scene. For more on de Lucia's life and death, you can click here to link through to the BBC.
Magnum Photos just came out with "North African Stories: Then and Now" on their blog. The series “juxtaposes two groups of Magnum photographs taken in North Africa over 50 years apart. In so doing we highlight two key activities for the contemporary agency: the recovery and reappraisal of its physical print archive and the development of a more open and experimental means of creative production, while exploring the shift in documentary practice, through looking at work made in a region new to the majority of these photographers.”
Beautiful photos and an excellent comparison of then and now.
|—||Pablo Picasso (via observando)|