Father and Mother © Sarah Pollman
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Father and Mother
Photographer Sarah Pollman has been searching the cemeteries of New England to find (and photograph) anonymous pairs of tombstones simply labeled as Father and Mother. Via Phases.
Andalusia – a region in the south of Spain – in the very personal pictures of photographer Alvaro Deprit. Via L’Oeil de la Photographie.
Silly Arse Broke It
Photogrpaher Jason Wilde has been collecting notes found lying around the ever diversifying north London housing estate where he has lived for 17 years. Via aCurator.
Indrawati River Story
Beautiful diaristic photo essay by Bangladeshi photographer Arfun Ahmed depicting the life of rural populations established along the Indrawati river, in Nepal. Via Invisible Photographer Asia.
Soccer in Brazil, and Outside the World’s Glare
“Mauricio Lima has been in Brazil for the World Cup. Not exactly at the games, mind you, but going deep into the hearts — and jungles — where love of the game sustains and thrills“. Via NYT’s Lens.
Thought-Provoking Photographs Depict the Psychological Effects of War in Iran
The title says it all, all is left to do is see the images by Gohar Dashti. Via Featureshoot.
Blommers & Schumm subvert the gendered body for sexy publication Baron
Awkward composite images of digitally created mythological creatures with half the body of a man, half the body of a woman. Via It’s Nice That.
Photographer Yiannis Hadjiaslanis captures “the feelings of distress, abandonment and decay one encounters today” in Athens through night-time images of a spooky, empty city. Via LensCulture.
Personifying the Waste Problem: Photos of People Lying in 7 Days of Their Own Trash
How much garbage do we produce in 7 Days? Judging from these pictures by photographer Gregg Segal, a lot. Via Petapixel.
Check Out Mike Mandel’s Incredible Photo Series of People in the 1970s in Cars
Do check it out. Via It’s Nice That.
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