1960th America in Color Photos

AlexHistory, Photography

A selection of color photos from the family archives. Very interesting to see the clothes, cars, houses and other details of that historical period. Natural Genuine Authentic Baltic Amber Jewellery

Death Row in the Famous San Quentin Prison in California

AlexDesign, Photography, World

These photos give us a rare glimpse into life on death row in the famous San Quentin prison in California. Not only them. San Quentin is located at Cape San Quentin in California, USA. The area of ​​the territory – about 1.7 sq.km. State San Quentin was opened in July 1852 and is the oldest in California. Natural Genuine Authentic … Read More

Minimal Maps: Ongoing Research Project by Michael Pecirno

AlexPhotography, Technology

“Minimal Maps is an ongoing project that explores how richly-detailed single subject maps can give us new imagery to understand our landscape. The data is accurate for the year 2014 and explores the American (lower 48 states) landscape as a whole entity. The project is a continuation of the work began in 2012 while at Archework’s Chicago Expander Workshops, where … Read More

Created Equal: Photo Series Exploring Cultural Difference in America

AlexPhotography, Portraits

Detroit-born Photographer Mark Laita explores social and cultural clashes between different social backgrounds by juxtaposing people of United States in his stunning series “Created Equal”. In America, the chasm between rich and poor is growing, the clash between conservatives and liberals is strengthening, and even good and evil seem more polarized than ever before. At the heart of this collection … Read More

North American Indian Portraits by Edward S. Curtis

AlexPhotography, Portraits

North American Indian Portraits by Edward S. Curtis. The North American Indian by Edward S. Curtis is one of the most significant and controversial representations of traditional American Indian culture ever produced. Issued in a limited edition from 1907-1930, the publication continues to exert a major influence on the image of Indians in popular culture. Curtis said he wanted to … Read More

Photos of the Day: Auto Graveyard in America

AlexNature, Photography, Technology

Old Car City – the so-called world’s largest dump old cars. Although it’s not even a dump but a real cemetery. It came as a result of a family business auto dismantlers, founded in 40s of the last century. The owner calls the place “the largest collection in the world” and a paradise for photographers. If the first statement is … Read More

Dog Show Westminster Kennel Club 2014

AlexAnimals, Entertainment

Dog Show Westminster Kennel Club 2014. In New York, runs the most prestigious in the U.S. 139th Dog Show Westminster Kennel Club in 2014. You could say it’s the equivalent of our canine beauty contest.

Fascinating Photos of a Frozen Niagara Falls


Due to abnormal cold that reached and Canada, frozen Niagara Falls, which is considered the largest in the world. Polar vortex, which covered the United States, not only brought the damage to the economy of about $ 5 billion, but claimed nearly 20 lives. For several days the temperature in the continental U.S. – from California to New York, fell … Read More

Fascinating Harlem in Mental Photos of Ruben Natal-San Miguel

AlexPhotography, Portraits

Ruben Natal-San Miguel – American, (Born in Arecibo, Puerto Rico) is an architect, photographer, curator, writer, art collector and consultant who specialize primarily in the art of fine emerging photography. In addition, Ruben is involved with non-profit art organizations such as ACRIA, Printed Matter, Aperture Foundation, AIDS Chicago, Humble Arts Foundation, Photolucida, Visual AIDS, ASMP, En Foco and The Center … Read More