1. "Ocean Waves As You Have Never Seen Them Before" via Barbara J. King
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    "Ocean Waves As You Have Never Seen Them Before" via Barbara J. King

    Image: Clark Little

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    Barbara J. King

    Waves

    Photography

  1. "Fly Like An Eagle: Site Picks The Best Aerial Drone Photos" via Bill Chappell
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    "Fly Like An Eagle: Site Picks The Best Aerial Drone Photos" via Bill Chappell

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  2. bill chappell

    The Two Way

    drones

    photography

  1. Photographer Michelle Bowers captures the remains of abandoned houses and structures in North Carolina. Her photos, along with others that people submit to her, are posted on the project’s Facebook page

    "I’ve always hated history in school, but this seems like a way to get back into history," Bowers told WUNC

    Story via Phoebe Judge/WUNC.

    Lauren 

  2. Photography

    Abandoned

    Home

    Buildings

    North Carolina

    WUNC

    Phoebe Judge

  1. Posted on 6 May, 2014

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    nprradiopictures:

Ooh that has to hurt. But you know what they say: When you fall off the horse… 
ICYMI, check out these amazing photos of Afghanistan’s national sport, buzkashi. 
Warning: If you haven’t eaten lunch yet, it involves a dead, headless goat. #NPRSports 

    nprradiopictures:

    Ooh that has to hurt. But you know what they say: When you fall off the horse… 

    ICYMI, check out these amazing photos of Afghanistan’s national sport, buzkashi. 

    Warning: If you haven’t eaten lunch yet, it involves a dead, headless goat. #NPRSports 

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  2. Buzkashi

    afghanistan

    david gilkey

    photos

    photography

    NPR Sports

  1. blackchildrensbooksandauthors:

    Viewfinders: Black Women Photographers

    A collection of diverse photographs from black female photographers from the mid-1800s to the present captures important aspects of African American history and reveals the talent and courage of a small band of pioneering artists. Reissue. National ad/promo.

    Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe…

    began her formal training at age eight when her parents enrolled her in classes at the Art Institute of Chicago. When it was time for undergraduate studies, Moutoussamy-Ashe moved east to New York and received a B.F.A. degree in photography from The Cooper Union School of Art. After graduating in 1975, she worked as a graphic artist and photojournalist for WNBC-TV. In October 1976, Moutoussamy-Ashe was hired to take photographs at the United Negro College Fund tennis event, where she met tennis great, Arthur Ashe. The two married on February 20, 1977.

    Throughout her career, Moutoussamy-Ashe has had frequent group and solo exhibitions at museums and galleries around the world including the Leica Gallery, the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York; the Smithsonian and the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.; Galerie Herve Odermat in Paris and The Excelsior in Florence among others. Publications such as Life Magazine, The New York Times, People and the Associated Press have also featured her photography, disseminating it to a wider audience. In 2001, she hosted the documentary Crucible of the Millennium, which PBS broadcast nationwide…

    Read more about Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe: http://www.thehistorymakers.com/biography/jeanne-moutoussamy-ashe-41

     

    (Source: goodreads.com)

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    photographers

  1. Posted on 25 March, 2014

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    artnet:

The original king of the selfie, Andy Warhol. We’ve rounded up some of the best art world selfies, check it out on news.artnet.com
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    artnet:

    The original king of the selfie, Andy Warhol. We’ve rounded up some of the best art world selfies, check it out on news.artnet.com

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    warhol

    andy warhol

    photography

    art

  1. Posted on 13 March, 2014

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    Reblogged from flavorpill

    flavorpill:

    Haunting Photos of Modern-Day Ruins

  2. architecture

    photography

  1. theparisreview:

“In his college years, Adelman studied philosophy to try to figure out the point of being alive. In the Civil Rights movement, he found his answer.”
Ann Beattie on Bob Adelman’s photography of the Civil Rights Movement at the Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale.
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    theparisreview:

    “In his college years, Adelman studied philosophy to try to figure out the point of being alive. In the Civil Rights movement, he found his answer.”

    Ann Beattie on Bob Adelman’s photography of the Civil Rights Movement at the Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale.

  2. photography

    Civil Rights Movement

    Birmingham

    Bob Adelman

  1. sheilastansbury:

(via Seeing Themselves: Photographers’ Self-Portraits : The New Yorker)
Photo: Deana Lawson
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    sheilastansbury:

    (via Seeing Themselves: Photographers’ Self-Portraits : The New Yorker)

    Photo: Deana Lawson

  2. photography

    photographers

    art

    self-portraits

  1. todaysdocument:

Coming out at noon, Merrimac Mills. All workers, even the boys at the side of the gate. Huntsville, Ala., 11/18/1910

From the series National Child Labor Committee Photographs taken by Lewis Hine.

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    todaysdocument:

    Coming out at noon, Merrimac Mills. All workers, even the boys at the side of the gate. Huntsville, Ala., 11/18/1910

    From the series National Child Labor Committee Photographs taken by Lewis Hine.

  2. lewis hine

    photography

    black and white