Since the advent of photography in 1839, it’s safe to say that it has changed our world. It’s revealed things that were once hidden and documented important events and cultures so that they’ll never be
There’s the family that you’re born into, and then there’s the family that you choose. For years, we’ve tracked photographer Theron Humphrey and his trusty companion Maddie the Coonhound as they enjoy
Almost 30 years after the death of urologist Dr Klaus Kraft, his surgery in Bad Wildungen, north Hesse, remains as it was left. Dusty kidney samples, rusting utensils and a mouldy treatment chair remain
The BBC has flouted Sir David Attenborough’s own rule never to interfere in nature, after it told worried fans of Planet Earth II that a film crew had intervened to rescue stranded baby turtles. Viewers
Scientists photographed the huge mammal 250 miles off the Cornish coast, in the first sighting in English waters since whalers nearly wiped them out For years they had been hunted to near-extinction by
Spanish artist Antonio Mora‘s double exposure portraits merge human faces with ethereal landscapes and distinct architectural forms. His visually intriguing combinations demonstrate the many curves, angles,
London-based installation artist Lee Borthwick has an extraordinary gift: she is able to seamlessly combine manmade mirrors with wooden stumps found in nature to form beautifully surreal works of art.