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Portrait of Ibapyntgen by Karolin Klüppel

Girls Rule in an Indian Village

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The Douglas House by Richard Meier (photographer unknown)

The Douglas House by Richard Meier - Doobybrain.com

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Bathers at the European Health Spa in St. Petersburg, Russia National Geographic | November 1973

Vintage National Geographic

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Nicolas Mathèus

Zyprezz: More from Mathèus

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Philipp Schmidli Die Silhouette eines Velofahrers am Donnerstag, 25. April 2013 vor dem aufgehenden Vollmond.

aerial Manhattan by Sergey Semenov

A Man Feeding Swans in the Snow - photo by Marcin Ryczek

Kite Hill by Paul Octavious

Delivering a dinosaur to the Boston Museum of Science, 1984

» Delivering a dinosaur to the Boston Museum of Science

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Owl Scouts by Todd Baxter

Powder Dance by photographer Geraldine Lamanna

"From Below" by Michael Rohde

Andrew Gallo - Iceland

Descriptive Camera by Matt Richardson: instead of producing an image, this prototype outputs a text description (processed by Mechanical Turk) of the scene

Berliner Philharmoniker, art directed by Bjoern Ewers

outside Penn Station, 1960 by Nick DeWolf

TWA Terminal at JFK, 1969 by Nick DeWolf

TWA Terminal at JFK, 1969 by Nick DeWolf

Polaroid SC1630 Smart Camera powered by Android

Michael Kenna "Forest Edge," Hokuto, Hokkaido, Japan, 2004 (via thisisnthappiness...)

The Invisible Mother "This was a practice where the mother, often disguised or hiding, often under a spread, holds her baby tightly for the photographer to insure a sharply focused image."

  • Evan Davis
    Evan Davis

    that kid on the left looks like the Face of Death

Don Hong-Oai

Cameron Nelson

Max de Esteban... meticulously deconstructs cameras, tape decks, typewriters and projectors... shooting layer-by-layer and photographically reassembling the images.