Reuters / Edgard Garrido Fireflies looking for comrades, catch fire in synchronized queues in the forest in the sanctuary of Santa Clara near the city of Nanakamilpa, Tlaxcala, Mexico.
We saw birthday cakes disguised as favorite Air Jordan retro projects, and a collaboration paying homage to the favorite cuisine of certain cities, but we have never seen anything like it. The Milanese sushi chef Yujia Hu took his love of sneaker culture to a new level, creating receptions for fresh fish bites in the form of his favorite fashion … Read More
During the 18th year, Washington Posts Travel asked readers about their best photos. This sample shows that the competition has some tough competition. "The combination of earth, sky and light in this place is simply magical," Marc Franco wrote of his presentation made in the Arizona Navajo Monument Valley Tribal Park. "It's no wonder why Native Americans consider this place … Read More
There has been much debate about the free use of Photoshop to radically change the look of the new model. The artist-make-up artist in Russia, though, transforms the face with nothing more than tools in her make-up. The work of Vadim Andreev is so impeccable that you will be shocked that some of these images were not retouched on the … Read More
The South Bronx Camilo Jose Vergara / Library of Congress Photographer and documentary Camilo Jose Vergara uses photographs as "a means of discovery, as a tool to clarify visions and build knowledge about a particular city or place." Pictures for Vergara are the starting point in asking questions Or links to other images or exploring new territories and ideas.
These pictures are powerful. They are gripping and unforgettable because of the volumes they speak about the human condition – about some of the best and worst moments of contemporary human existence. These photographs hopefully, they will remind us all that the world can always use a little bit more love, tolerance, compassion and understanding. The Most Powerful Photos Ever: … Read More