The ‘Real’ New York: Gritty Scenes Of NYC Street Life In The 1970s


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.

The Most Powerful Photos Ever

AlexPhotography, World

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

Polish Photographer Creates Amazing Slavic Pagan Themed Photoshoot And Proves Slavs Have Amazing Culture


Have you ever looked through some online forums and heard how little children from the west, like the Slavs have no culture? After this stunning photo shoot their mouths will be closed forever, the Slavic rafting in the series “Pagan poetry” made by the Polish photographer Makin Razudba and all the costumes made by Agnieszka Osipa. The model is the … Read More

Dystopian Lighthouses By Adrian Labaut Hernandez


The lighthouse depicts a sense of sadness and depression, as they are rarely used, only a few remain there who are workers, and they can only listen to the sea and live in a darker state. Adrian Lavat Hernandez, with his Mages Dystopian, raises the question to this perception. The reason why they are not properly designed is that they … Read More

City Footbridge Gets People Closer To Nature

AlexArchitecture, Photography

In the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, passing through the Lycian Park, a panorama of a rocky garden opens up, giving local people a chance to approach nature. A total of three pedestrian bridges were built respectively in the north, middle and south of the park. Almost 1150 meters in length, visitors can bypass the entire park with bridges. Located … Read More