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Life of a bench

Life moments depicted through photos of the “Life of a Bench”

Love, hate, happiness, sadness, work, rest, and so on. These are just some of the things people experience through the course of their life. Photographer Gábor Erdélyi is portraying all these moments with the help of a bench in Barcelona. The “Life of a Bench” has all these moments and it shows that life perseveres.

Matjaz Krivic Urbanistan

Urbanistan portrays people living in chaos in a tranquil way

You can find tranquility in chaos. In order to prove this thing, here is “Urbanistan”, a travel photography series which portrays people living in poor communities. Although they are surrounded by chaos, the artist has managed to capture the subjects in a calm manner, handing out a sense of peacefulness to the viewers.

Hidden smiles

Vietnam’s “Hidden Smiles” captured on camera by Réhahn

French photographer Réhahn moved to Vietnam in 2011 after falling in love with the places and the people during a trip in 2007. The artist has captured thousands of portraits and traveled through one quarter of the country. Among these photos, you can find the enchanting “Hidden Smiles” of Vietnamese people.

Singapore beauty

The Atlas Of Beauty: photos of beautiful women from around the world

Beauty means to be authentic, to be yourself, and to keep alive your origins and your culture. This is what Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc says. In order to prove that her statement is accurate, the artist is traveling around the world to capture portraits of beautiful women for her project called “The Atlas Of Beauty”.

John and Wolf

Touching photos of the adventures of John and Wolf

A dog is a man’s best friend, they say. In order to prove that the bond between humans and dogs is unbreakable, illustrator John Stortz and rescue dog Wolfgang have gone on an adventure across the US. The story of the duo has been captured on camera by John, who is documenting their travels courtesy of photography.

National Geographic Photo Contest 2014 winners announced

National Geographic Photo Contest 2014 winners revealed

The National Geographic Photo Contest 2014 is now over, as the Society has revealed the winners of its annual competition. The overall laureate is photographer Brian Yen, courtesy of an impressive shot named “A Node Glows in the Dark”, while Triston Yeo and Nicole Cambré are the other two major winners.

Abandoned Schools

Eerie photos of abandoned schools by Chris Luckhardt

This is what we have been and this is what we will become! Photographer Chris Luckhardt takes exploring to the next level with a set of amazing photos of abandoned schools. His haunting image project is called “Abandoned Schools” and it includes multiple locations abandoned throughout the US, Canada, and Japan.

Nomads in Mongolia

The lives of nomads in Mongolia as documented by Brian Hodges

Photographer Brian Hodges has traveled to more than 50 countries. He has captured lots of photos during his travels and today we are looking at his series depicting nomads in Mongolia. Brian Hodges has decided to document the lives of people who need to be on the move throughout the year in order to avoid extreme conditions.

Sarah and Josh

Epic photos of a wedding in Iceland by Gabe McClintock

Sarah and Josh are an Ohio-based couple who have decided to have their wedding in Iceland. The decision to elope has turned out pretty inspired, as wedding photographer Gabe McClintock has been able to capture a series of breathtaking photos with the stunning Scandinavian mountains, lava fields, and waterfalls as the backdrop.

Rita Willaert

The majestic artworks in an African village by Rita Willaert

Many people would think that the least probable place to find a work of art is somewhere in a secluded African community. However, Photographer Rita Willaert is presenting us the majestic artworks in an African village, called Tiébélé. The village has been the home of the Kassena tribe since the 15th century.

El Pardal - Antoine Bruy

Scrublands: portraits of people who hate modern civilization

Not everybody likes to live in a busy city. A lot of people prefer every bit of quietness they can get. Actually, some people have decided to turn their backs on any kind of modern life, so they are now living in the wilderness. Photographer Antoine Bruy is documenting the lives of these people in the “Scrublands” portrait photo project.

Marie Montreal

Vladimir Antaki’s “The Guardians” project depicts shop owners

A Montreal-based photographer has traveled around the world to find out more about small shop vendors and to preserve their memory in a beautiful photo series. It is called “The Guardians” and it consists of portrait photos of the shopkeepers and their stores, as sometimes we fail to notice or to interact with these folks.


Eerie Chinatown photos by photographer Franck Bohbot

One of the busiest towns in the world is New York City. One of NYC’s most hectic areas is Chinatown. However, everything changes once the sun goes down and darkness falls upon this culturally-diverse area. Photographer Franck Bohbot has captured it all on camera and has revealed a series of eerie Chinatown photos.

Gurung honey hunting

Honey hunting photos revealing old and dangerous tradition

Photographer Andrew Newey has traveled to Nepal in order to document an ancient tradition that is on the verge of extinction due to commercialization, climate change, and other factors. The lensman has captured a series of impressive honey hunting photos, depicting Gurung tribesmen collecting honey in the Himalayas.

Kim Leuenberger

Traveling Cars Adventure: toy cars in dramatic scenery

Having a toy car collection might pay off someday. It’s not for you to sell it, instead you can use it as a source of inspiration to further your photography skills. Photographer Kim Leuenberger now has an impressive toy car collection and captures photos of the tiny objects in dramatic scenery to create the Traveling Cars Adventure project.

Find Momo

Spot a hidden dog in Andrew Knapp’s “Find Momo” photo book

Hide-and-seek and “Where’s Waldo?” are two of the most popular games in the United States. Photographer and artist Andrew Knapp has found these two games to be a source of inspiration of a photo book called “Find Momo”. The shots contain Knapp’s hidden dog somewhere in the scene and viewers have to find him.

Asher Svidensky

Great photos of a young Mongol hunter and her majestic eagle

Mongolia is a great country for capturing beautiful photos. Photographer Asher Svidensky has traveled there in a quest for unique shots. This has been an inspired move as he has found out about a young Mongol hunter and her majestic eagle, both becoming the main subjects in a series of amazing travel and documentary photos.

Giraffe taking the metro

Exotic animals take over the Paris metro in Animetro project

Photographers Thomas Subtil and Clarisse Rebotier have created an amusing project consisting of photoshopped images of exotic animals taking the metro to visit Paris. Called “Animetro”, it proves that animals and humans can live together in a city. The collection is also on display at the Millesime Gallery in Paris until April 17.


Kapstand does handstands in front of iconic French landmarks

Taking photos is now simpler than ever before. However, if you want your shots to stick out in this crowded world, then you have to do something different or even crazy. Well, Kapstand is sharing amusing photos of himself on Instagram, which usually depict him doing handstands in front of iconic places and buildings in France.

Afghan elder

Frédéric Lagrange’s “Passage to Wakhan” documents Afghanistan

Photographer Frédéric Lagrange has made a trip to Eastern Afghanistan. His main goal has been to document the landscapes and the people who are laying on an ancient trading route called the Silk Road. A series of amazing photos are now a part of the “Passage to Wakhan” project, which reveals places that time has forgotten.

Ivan Kraft statue

Haunting winter photos of Earth’s coldest city by Amos Chapple

A lot of people in the Northern Hemisphere are complaining about the weather. However, there are some folks who live in worse conditions without nagging. Photographer Amos Chapple invites us to meet the people living in the coldest inhabited area on Earth, which includes the village of Oymyakon and the city of Yakutsk, both located in Russia.


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