Seeing in Spite of the Seen, by Jonathan Morse

Seeing in Spite of the Seen, by Jonathan Morse

Bound to the dark earth, we human beings have trouble looking up. Wherever we are, we have to keep our eyes on the road.
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Photography is dead - long live Photography, by Derrick Santini

Photography is dead – long live Photography, by Derrick Santini

We are all Photographers Now.
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Family Life, by Gwen Brinton

Family Life, by Gwen Brinton

Clubbing is an intensified atmosphere, it is peaceful and a riotous, monumental emotion united.
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Narrow Focus, by Andy Lerner

Narrow Focus, by Andy Lerner

There is so much of this mini life going on that they really can seem like little civilizations. There are homes and territories, enemies and hideouts.
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Saint-Petersburg, Childhood of many faces, by Yana Feldman

Saint-Petersburg, Childhood of many faces, by Yana Feldman

Family, lifestyle, religion – all these are just begin to govern the children and we can only guess about his future fate.
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China’s landscape through the lens of three Western photographers

China’s landscape through the lens of three Western photographers

There is no such thing as a consensus in what constitute core elements of ‘Chinese photography’; instead I am more interested in the variations of photographers’ gaze through the depictions a common subject matter.
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Bonneval-sur-Arc and the End of Winter, by Steven Nestor

Bonneval-sur-Arc and the End of Winter, by Steven Nestor

Despite a hyper rationalized world, there must still be some residual memory of eons ago when life was dictated to by unkind winters, dragons and God.
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May the Road Rise to Meet You, by Sara Macel

May the Road Rise to Meet You, by Sara Macel

When my father announced to the family that he plans to retire in a few years, I knew this could possibly be my only chance to get in that car with him.
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