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An exhausted kid, as seen in Fukuoka Prefecture, #Japan by photographer Nathan Osterhaus (@nate.osterhaus). To submit your images of growing up for consideration on our feed, simply follow @childhoodeveryday and tag your photos #childhoodeveryday. // #childhood #Fukuoka #tired #park #motherhood

Kimberly Witham (@kimberlywitham) gives dignity and grace to the creatures she finds as roadkill. Her Dutch-inspired still lifes honor life and serve as a reminder of its inevitable end. After she takes the photographs, she buries the animals herself in the woods. Witham is one of the five winners of the Second Annual Feature Shoot Emerging Photography Awards, and selections from 'On Ripeness and Rot' are now view at United Photo Industries (@united_photo, @photovillenyc) until June 25. A special thank you to our hosts and co-curators United Photo Industries, our printer @kenallenstudios, along with @lomography and @ceciliagallery for providing prizes to all five winners. // #animals #stilllife #fineart #squirrel

A scraped knee, photographed by Dana Leigh (@therealdanaleigh). To submit your images of growing up for consideration on our feed, simply follow @childhoodeveryday and tag your photos #childhoodeveryday. // #childhood #blackandwhite #blackandwhiteisworththefight #scrapedknee #portrait

Photographer Reveals the Intricate Beauty of the Insect World

In a surprising leap from commercial sports and portrait photography, London-based photographer Levon Biss has recently unveiled a detailed study of …

In #Petra, #Jordan, called 'The Rose City' for the hue of the rocks from which it was built, photographer Katarina Johnson Vranicar @_definitelymaybe_ discovers a girl riding solo. Explains the artist, "Apparently researchers just 'discovered' a massive monument the scale of two Olympic-sized pools hidden in plain sight on the grounds of Petra (experts and workers admit to knowing there was always *something* there). So many mysteries hidden in this world, some right before our eyes or under our feet." To submit your images of growing up for consideration on our feed, simply follow @childhoodeveryday and tag your photos #childhoodeveryday. // #childhood #archeology #architecture #monument #riding #city #therosecity #history

Turtle Dove (explored)

El Capitan - First Light

Lupines at the Church

simple life (explored)

An Inviting Place

takeover

2016 LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph

LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph is an annual gathering whose mission is to celebrate the vision of extraordinary photographers, ignite conversations about critical issues, and foster the next generation of artists.<p>LOOK3 challenges conventional assumptions about photography, presenting diverse work …

Photographers

Between Grief and Nothing: The Nepal Earthquake Seen Through Dreams

"Between Grief and Nothing" is a fictional documentary series residing at the intersection between mythology, symbolism and performativity. The series mixes various means of storytelling in order to more effectively depict the dystopian state of mind caused by last year's twin Nepal earthquakes …

Oxford University

Out of its element.

Rhoscolyn Sea Arch

"An African designer is similar to an artist, insofar as he or she smells the wind that blows among the trees of society. African #fashion tells the story of society: its positivity, creativity and capacity to do a great deal with scarce resources," writes Simone Cipriani, Head and Founder of the ITC Ethical Fashion Initiative (United Nations), in 'African Catwalk,' a new book by photographer Per-Anders Pettersson @peranderspettersson, out this August by Kehrer Verlag @kehrerverlag. In this image, Ivorian model Awa Sanoko wears the work of New York-based Senegalese designer label Versaiilles during a fitting before a show at #Dakar Fashion Week, #Senegal 2014. // #fashionweek #Africanfashion #photobook #designer #catwalk

The Week in Review: Beyoncé’s Surprise Album

Beyoncé took to the stage in Miami on Wednesday for the opening night of her world tour, adding to an already busy week in the spotlight. Alongside the start of her Formation tour, the star launched new visual album <i>Lemonade</i> on Saturday. The surprise release was first shown on HBO, and is now …

The Week in Review: Controversy Over Gorilla’s Death

Zookeepers shot a gorilla dead at the Cincinnati Zoo Saturday after a three-year-old boy fell into an enclosure. The incident sparked conversation across the world about who was to blame and whether the animal should have been killed.<p>According to witnesses the toddler climbed over a barrier into …

#ICYMI: Popular Stories in Tech This Week (Week of June 6)

<b>Highlights from the week in tech:</b> Twitter locked millions of user accounts this week in response to a potential leak of 33 million passwords by hackers. They weren’t the only ones to fall victim to hacking, as Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg had some of his social media accounts compromised.<p>Bloomberg …