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For many people, tearing down the camp at Standing Rock was just the beginning.
“In a typical relationship you try to work out problems. In mine, apparently, we take photos of them."
Now that's what I call art!
I'd give us an "A" for effort.
It's been 20 years, and I'm finally speaking out on this issue.
"I know I can do so much better. I am made for so much more."
The fashion magazine is celebrating women in honor of its 125th anniversary.
Diego Moreno was inspired by a Mexican tradition in which people wear costumes that represent their sins.
Or at least it might remind you step back and breathe and remember we're all humans here.
Le projet photographique The Face of Defiance (Le visage du défi) présente quelques-unes des 100 millions de femmes ayant été victimes de mutilations génitales féminines.
Photographer Justin J Wee photographed and interviewed rally attendees in New York City after the recent police shootings of two black men.
Imaginez juste le nettoyage.
Just keep snappin'.
So simple. So colorful. Slaaaaayyyyy.
Photographs are so five minutes ago.
"The guys are all different body types, so other guys could see that wherever they are in their transition, their identities are valid."
The star of The Bronze stopped by BuzzFeed to shoot some exclusive, hella hot pics.
Too much beauty.
Même leurs chats en ont marre.
"I don’t think it’s about having a mother and a father, it’s about love."
«Il y a des fleurs partout pour qui veut bien les voir.» — Henri Matisse
Photographer Lee Jeffries has travelled around the world to take photographs of homeless individuals.
"Halfway through the shoot, she told me that she was about to lose her hair from chemo."
"You're the most ravishing creature that I've ever seen in my life."
«J'espère que les sujets que j'ai photographiés seront tous vus comme de très belles personnes.»
"I hope that each and every subject I've photographed will be seen as beautiful individuals."
There's something to be said for a family of weirdos.
«En 3 ans, j'ai capturé plus de 2.500 portraits. Cela représente 2.500 rencontres qui m'ont tant appris sur la vie.»
Girls and Their Cats capture what life is like for adopted cats in the big city.
Grand Theft Auto: Fine Art Edition. H/T Hopes and Fears.
La photographe Scout Tufankjian, installée à New York, a photographié des Arméniens autour du globe, de Los Angeles au Liban.
British photographer Laura Pannack documents the private lives of 17–30-year-old naturists in an intimate photo series. Contains nudity, obviously.
"I dream of walking by myself, being independent and alive." All photos courtsey of Keen Heick-Abildhauge.
How does something so cute become so awkward?!
As the liberation of Auschwitz sees its 70th anniversary on Tuesday, Reuters photographers took portraits of now elderly survivors.
Photographer Shelley Calton documents the personal lives of those women who choose to bear arms in the Lone Star State.
À Cuba, la photographe Claudia Gonzalez nous donne un point de vue intimiste sur les communautés trans du pays.
Look at his little sweater vest!
Most creative birthday idea ever.
Photographer Ryan Pfluger visits the parks of New York City and asks strangers to sit for a portrait. The results are absolutely stunning.
Photographer James Smolka focuses his camera on the faces of epilepsy. What's revealed is a intimate portrait of those who have learned to cope daily with the neurological disorder.
Nancy Honey's 100 Leading Ladies project aims to "transform the perception of what is possible for women to achieve in their lives".
Photographer Lam Yik Fei took these striking portraits of pro-democracy supporters at the protest site in Admiralty on October 7, 2014 in Hong Kong.
Dans « 365 Parisiens », le photographe Constantin Mashinskiy peint le visage de Paris à travers de très beaux portraits en noir et blanc.
In "365 Parisiens," photographer Constantin Mashinskiy documents strangers on the streets of Paris in dramatic black and white portraits.
Photojournalist Stephen Shames photographed a group of boys coming of age in New York City's northernmost borough. From Shames' gritty new book, Bronx Boys. WARNING: These images may be disturbing to some readers.
"We change each other['s] lives with our stories. ... If you offer to draw somebody, they feel very honored and they interpret as a mark of respect."
"If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change."