Chloé vollmer-lo photography. Wild things: Stunning black and white pictures of animals in Africa. Www.kpic.at. Mission Gemini : Visions célestes de la NASA. Happy Birthday, Muhammad Ali: 70 Iconic Images for 70 Years. Muhammad Ali’s first sounds were “Gee-Gee, Gee-Gee.”
His beautiful mother Odessa Clay called her son “G-G” for the rest of her life, and years later, Ali would say, “After I won the Golden Gloves, I told Mama that from the very beginning, I was trying to say, ‘Golden Gloves.’ ” So began the life of Muhammad Ali, who celebrates his 70th birthday today.
Though many know him as the greatest boxer of all time, few know that it was actually the theft of his bicycle at age 12 that began his boxing career. After the bike was stolen, Ali ran to the police station, threatening to “whup whoever stole my bike.” Joe Martin, a white Louisville, Ky., policeman, told him he had better learn to fight, and in his spare time, he took Ali under his wing and taught him the ropes.
Ali won his first fight six weeks later. The shot that nearly killed me: War photographers – interactive. Leandrosanchezphotography. The Polygamists photography: Leandro Sanchez Published at La "Lettre de La photographie" and LIFE force Magazine UK, in 2012 On a recent trip to Utah, I discovered this off-the-grid community in the middle of the desert, a surreal world to the outsider, and a vibrant place with happiness to the residents: 15 families living right inside a massive wall of rock.
In my multiple conversations with locals while I scouted potential locations of interest, a few people started to mention this community of polygamists, my interest rapidly grew and I launched my investigation for a way to find them and how to gain access to their community. After locating the community, I gained access through one of the sons of the very founder in the 1970s - Enoch is now the leading figure in this community. Inside North Korea - Alan Taylor - In Focus. Earlier this year, David Guttenfelder, chief Asia photographer for the Associated Press, along with Jean H.
Lee, AP bureau chief in Seoul, were granted unprecedented access to parts of North Korea. The pair made visits to famous sites accompanied by government minders. Frédéric SAUTEREAU - Hamas. CHARLIE CRANE PHOTOGRAPHER. GEY Rituels de chasse (30725) Best Photos from National Geographic July 2011. Araminta de Clermont - work - Life After. This series is an exploration into the tattoos, and lives, of members of South Africa’s ‘Numbers’ prison gangs (the 26s, 27s & 28s) after having been released back into society, normally after many years, if not decades, of imprisonment.
Tattooing has always been forbidden in the South African prison system, with severe penalties, but the drive to create these marks is so strong that tattooing equipment will be created somehow.Pigment will come from grinding up rubbish bins, industrial rubber washers, batteries, or bricks. This will then be mixed with saliva, and will be pushed under the skin with nails pulled out of furniture, or sewing needles. Tattoos may convey rankings within the hierarchy of the Number, may be testimonies to a crime committed, or may sometimes be a rather more personal statement: like a message of blame, threat, or regret, or a tribute to a loved one. A “Numbers” gangster can read another’s life story simply through the markings he has. Patrick Joust. Wayne Levin. Wayne Levin has spent a career photographing the eerie and mysterious underwater world.
Working in black and white, he removes the surface illusions about the ocean and the assumptions about underwater photography. Levin earned his B.F.A. from the San Francisco Art Institute and his M.F.A. from Pratt Institute in New York. * : un album. Postcards from Hell, 2011 - Captions by Elizabeth Dickinson. 6.
FSI Score: 107.9 Two days after a petrol bomb blasted through his office, Zimbabwe's finance minister, Tendai Biti, warned that his country might be on the brink of another Rwanda-like genocide. "I just hope we avoid a Rwanda where the military is in control, law and order breaks down, and there is total violence," he told the Guardian. Biti is not your average minister. Photo Booth: Hemingway in Photographs.
Reading this week’s fiction piece, Julian Barnes’s “Homage to Hemingway,” brought back memories of growing up in Miami, where my best friend had a six-toed cat named Tina—short for Ernestina, and purportedly a descendant of one of Hemingway’s Key West cats—and led me to discover a treasure trove of Hemingway photographs at the JFK Library.
Here are some of my favorites. Ernest Hemingway fishing, Key West, 1928. R/earthporn on Imgur. Disposable Camera Captures Its Own Trip Across the United States. Five years ago, web designer Matthew McVickar decided to give one lucky disposable camera a free vacation, sending it through the mail from Cape Cod, Massachusetts to Honolulu, Hawaii with the instructions “Take a photo before you pass it on!”.
When he got the camera back, there were seven photographs taken by various workers in the United States Postal Service that show the cameras journey (and the inner workings of the USPS!). He also tried sending three more cameras on vacations to Washington, Japan, and Massachusetts from Hawaii, but none of them were returned. Check out the Cameramail project in this Flickr set. Cameramail (via Lomography) Image credits: Photographs by Matthew McVickar. Hycide.com. BLACK HIROSHIMA: A Time After Crack Words by Micheal A.
Gonzales | Images by Akintola Hanif Share Growing-up in Harlem during the pre-crack era of the 1970s, hip-hop mantras of hoes and hate wasn’t how we were raised. Hach Winik (Mexique) - Dewever-Plana. Portraits de criminels australiens dans les années 1920. Moscow, 1931. Kuznetsky Most street, here We have already published some photo galleries of Moscow from the 1980s and 1960s.
Now a great leap follows back in time, to the beginning of the 1930s. The Kremlin from the Bolshoi Kamenny Most, here The Library of the University of California in 1971 received the photo legacy of photographer and travelogue lecturer Branson DeCou from his heirs. Rania Matar Photographer. Satellite Photos - Japan Before and After Tsunami - Interactive Feature. Best Pictures Of The Decade: The Noughties.
TotallyCoolPix is all about the images and this is a retrospect all about the years 2000-2010 aka The Noughties. We could write about September 11th 2001 or the tsunami or countless earthquakes or the Middle East conflict or Barack Obama or Michael Schumacher or Saddam Hussein or Facebook or the human race. But we’ll let the pictures speak for themselves. Main : Guilhem. BACK TO THE FUTURE : Irina Werning - Photographer. I love old photos. I admit being a nosey photographer. As soon as I step into someone else’s house, I start sniffing for them.
1st prize singles - World Press Photo. North Korea. Www.benjamincaillaud.fr. Abandoned Bunkers. Michal novotny – street kids in odessa. Hover over the image for navigation and full screen controls ESSAY CONTAINS EXPLICIT CONTENT Michal Novotny Street Kids in Odessa play this essay On Odessa streets, children from all over Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, Prydnestovye and Russia coexist. Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre Photography - The Ruins of Detroit. At the end of the XIXth Century, mankind was about to fulfill an old dream. The idea of a fast and autonomous means of displacement was slowly becoming a reality for engineers all over the world.
Thanks to its ideal location on the Great Lakes Basin, the city of Detroit was about to generate its own industrial revolution. Visionary engineers and entrepreneurs flocked to its borders. In 1913, up-and-coming car manufacturer Henry Ford perfected the first large-scale assembly line. Within few years, Detroit was about to become the world capital of automobile and the cradle of modern mass-production.
Top 100 Images. 10 War Photographs That Changed the World Forever. Popular photography as we know it was presented to the public in the 1840s. It was proposed as the ultimate portrayal of reality and the eternal confinement of history - unlike art or prose, photographs are not easily altered. They have been used to depict the terrors and truths of war, to inform the public of conflicts worldwide and to advertise, subliminally, the importance of national pride and patriotism through the bravery and commitment of young soldiers on the frontlines.
Today war photography has taken a frightening turn; manipulation and alteration are the order of the day and it is often difficult to confirm their authenticity. Many of the photographs below were questioned and studied in depth, but their impact on the world has remained powerful despite doubts and criticisms. Captured: America in Color from 1939-1943 – Plog Photo Blog. Capturing the Atom Bomb on Film - Audio & Photos.