From The Silent Valley by Yang Yongliang
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TWO FISHERMEN (People) - The shoal is one of the most fascinating places in Xiapu, China. Fishermen farm fish, shrimp, and oysters and plant seaweed along this coastal area. (Photo and caption by Peng Jiang/National Geographic Photo Contest) #
02.26.14 @ 14:05♥1167
Nan Goldin - Couples and Loneliness
Wedding bed, Berlin (1997)
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Pete Seeger by Annie Leibovitz
01.28.14 @ 17:10♥215
Anders Petersen - Close Distance, 2002
01.26.14 @ 15:15♥1239
I could go on forever about why I love this so much. I’ll spare you. Just revel in it for a few moments.
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I am constantly dumbfounded by how fucking talented my friends are.
When we first got wind of a throwable, 36-lens compound camera that automatically snaps 360-degree panoramas at the height of its toss, we were already impressedâand that was jus the prototype (seen above on the right). Now, the officially named Panono camera is nearly half its former size, just as powerful, and finally ready to be caught by consumer hands. And after playing around with the ball for a bit, we can officially say that, yes, it is every bit as awesome as it seems.
I know I would only use this mayyyyybe 10 times, but… can I have it?
After six months of continuous shooting at the Museum of Natural History in Paris, photographer Patrick Gries has compiled a magnificent collection of skeletal images.
Placed against pure black backgrounds, the photos depict these vertebrates as graceful sculptures.
via Lens Culture