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Parc du Pont”, San Pedro – Makandjé is the leader of the women’s association of Parc du Pont. In 1998, Makandje was the first woman to work in the production of charcoal in the area of San Pedro .
In traditional communities in the North of Transilvania, accompanying the local priest on his visits gives you a privileged kind of access into people’s lives.
Valentina Del Aguila Vasquez, Iquitos, Peru Valentina Del Aguila Vasquez is considered to be the most beautiful woman in the Amazon.
When she was a little girl, photographer Tiina Törmänen built castles out of snow. She spent her childhood in Finland’s Southern Lapland, surrounded by lakes and forests, and each winter, she dug tunnels, doorways, and rooms, illuminated by flickering candlelight.
The Cairngorms of Scotland © Ruairidh McGlynn (@ruairidhmcglynn) In 1885, a 19-year-old Vermont farmer named Wilson A.
When you’re little, most everything is frightening, especially the darkness and whatever might lurk therein.
Eddy and the New Guy MIAMI, FLORIDA / JULIA TUTTLE CAUSEWAY, BOOKVILLE, PAROLED SEX OFFENDER CAMP. In Miami, Florida laws were passed making it impossible for paroled sex offenders to move home with their families.
Olia and Ania during their inpatient treatment in the Pediatric Clinic of Neurosurgery in Kiev. The 14-year-old Olia is affected by an osteosarcoma, the most common form of primary bone cancer.
Water Protector at the front lines Water Protector stands before a large group of armed police On Monday, November 21st, 2016, photographer Avery Leigh White was struck with a rubber bullet and tear gas as police fired at the Water Protectors of the Standing Rock Reservation in Cannon Ball, North Dakota.
In Sour Milk, Farah Hughes explores the subject of Post Natal Depression (PND). Such emotionally isolating illnesses are often hard to put into words, and Hughes renders the condition visually through sensitive portraits of women who have experienced it, at times photographed with their children, and at others alone.
© Marcel Heijnen, ‘Hong Kong Shop Cats’ #5, Hong Kong 2016, Courtesy Blue Lotus Gallery, Hong Kong © Marcel Heijnen, ‘Hong Kong Shop Cats’ #18, Hong Kong 2016, Courtesy Blue Lotus Gallery, Hong Kong After decades of living with cats, Dutch photographer Marcel Heijnen found himself in Hong Kong without one to call his own.
The Hungry Moon © Andrea Tese Bone Saw © Jesse Burke Hermannstadt I © Michael Tummings Take Aim, a photographic exhibition exploring hunting culture, isn’t meant to be comfortable.
Sydney-born photographer Markus Andersen first visited the suburb of Cabramatta two years ago. A memorial had recently been set up in the main square honor of those who lost their lives in the 2014 Sydney hostage crisis, and moved by the scene, the photographer found himself wandering the streets.
Adrian and Andrzej Dominik Imago, to those unfamiliar with the entomological term, means the final stage of development in the metamorphosis from larvae or chrysalis to fully formed insect.
The pictures arrive in my email inbox in a mysterious folder titled simply “meow.” Inside, there are exactly twelve photographs of twelve different felines bounding through the air.
© Andy Mckay Projects (@andymckayprojects) © Efren Lozano (@efrenlozano) For our latest group show, we asked you to submit photographs taken between sun-down and sun-up.
Faridun works at a car wash outside Moscow. In January, his wife gave birth to a baby girl. When he next sees her, she will be 18 months old.
Bakersfield, California Desert Shores, California For photographer Ed Freeman, finding the places others have forgotten is simple: he looks at a map of the California desert, finds a tiny spot somewhere out of the way, and makes the drive.
To Be Dressed Degrees of Deterioration When photographer Justine Bursoni gave birth to her son, doula Ray Spooner stood by her, and when Ray Spooner died, Justine Bursoni stood by him.
The Swiss is Swedish photographer Christian Nilson’s homage to the country he has come to call home, evidently Switzerland.