Britain is b-e-a-u-t-i-f-u-l.
Britain is b-e-a-u-t-i-f-u-l.
It’s time to dig out your sunglasses. Possibly. These pictures were all taken in the UK in the last seven days. (via gettyimages.co.uk)
Around 100 activists from the impoverished province of Baluchistan walked 1,900 miles to Pakistan’s capital to demand justice for relatives who disappeared during the government’s crackdown on insurgents.
Girls rule, boys sit in the sidecar. Go on with your bad selves.
Brandon Stanton moved to New York City with the goal of taking 10,000 photos. But what he created was so much more than that.
Warning: These photos from the 1920s may make you want to eBay a typewriter. In other news, I have a new fetish!
The NYC Taxi Drivers 2014 Beefcake Calendar features some of the city’s hunkiest cabbies.
None of these pictures have been digitally manipulated. Via JeeYoung Lee at the OPIOM Gallery.
Earth has never looked so good.
“Rangers wait years to see it!” the Grand Canyon National Park says. Only once a decade there is an inversion at the Grand Canyon that produces clouds like these.
After seeing her mother wearing her clothes, Carra Sykes was inspired to create the series “Mother+Daughter.” Turns out they both look equally fantastic.
These are incredible. Via Adolfo Fernandez Rodriguez’s Facebook page.
Photographer Michael Wolf captured the oft-forgotten reality of the people behind our products.
Stacey Baker goes around the city taking photos of women’s legs and posts them on her Instagram account. It’s awesome.
The Battle We Didn’t Choose is photographer Angelo Merendino’s collection of photographs of his wife Jennifer, who was diagnosed with breast cancer five months after their wedding.
Tim Mantoani photographed the people behind some of the world’s most iconic images and created Behind Photographs: Archiving Photographic Legends. (via likeafieldmouse.tumblr.com)
From twitterpated youths to death do us part, from 1586 to 2012, and from Paris to Times Square: this is the look of love. Warning: heart fluttering, heart breaking, and heart re-making all straight ahead.
More than 20 years after the originals were snapped by her father, photographer Wilma Hurskainen gathered her three sisters to reconstruct and re-photograph their childhood’s keepsake photos. The beautiful results are incredibly poignant. (via mymodernmet.com)
Rob Portman had flowing locks. Rand Paul dissects a cat.
You’ve seen the baby pictures. Here he is as a teen and up.
More than a thousand people marched from New York’s Union Square through the city tonight, chanting “We are all Trayvon Martin.” They demanded the arrest of George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch volunteer in Sanford, Florida, who shot the unarmed teenager.
From photographer Jill Ensley, here are selections from her yet-to-be-published book, “Twenty-Six Days: The People And Places Behind Made In China.” If you want to see more photographs and help get the book published, visit Ensley’s Kickstarter Page.
Memories thought lost in last year’s disaster miraculously resurface and are restored by volunteers, bringing untold joy to survivors. Here are images of the heroic effort to save photographs from Japan’s earthquake and tsunami ravaged regions.
Photographer Igor Siwanowicz shows us the beauty of the alien-like shapes in the mini-universe of our gardens.
Entitled “Un Petit Monde”, this playful series of photographs by Kurt and Edwige Moses is delightful.
He just can’t fit in. With @nycsouthpaw.
The Internet was watching SOTU. Here’s what it saw.
To commemorate the 70th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, here are some stunning images of the event that brought the United States into World War II. And allow us to use the occasion to thank our veterans for their service and sacrifice.