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As we struggle to digest the stunning news of #DavidBowie's passing, just days after his 69th birthday and the release of his amazing new LP, #Blackstar, our thoughts go back to his long career as a live performer. From the earliest shows of the #ZiggyStardust tour all the way through his final concerts in 2004, he never stopped innovating and pushing boundaries. #RIPBowie Photograph by Denis O’Regan #RIP #Bowie
The Jimi Hendrix weekend continues. Here's Jimi in his motel room just prior to the first-ever performance of the Jimi Hendrix Experience at Bill Graham's Fillmore West in San Francisco, 1968. #fotobaron #rollingstone #jimihendrix #thejimihendrixexperience #billgraham #fillmorewest #therollingstoneyears #iconicimagesnet
Photograph by George Steinmetz @geosteinmetz / @thephotosociety The #9/11Memorial in New York City on the first warm evening of spring. There were 5,201 submissions to the 2003 design competition for the National September 11 Memorial, and in selecting Michael Arad’s and Peter Walker’s, the jury singled out the one aspect of their plan that is inescapable in views from above: “‘Reflecting Absence’ has made the voids left by the destruction the primary symbols of our loss.” To see more aerial views of New York go to @NewYorkAirBook
This week-end's #lpinstatakeover is by intrepid #lonelyplanet writer and photographer @stuartbutler1974. The picture: a chimpanzee in Kibale Forest Uganda, #Africa. The story behind it: "I first visited Uganda’s Kibale forest some 20yrs ago when a project was just getting under way to habituate some of the forests many chimpanzees to a human presence. Back then I got only the most fleeting of glimpses of the chimps. Years later I returned in order to spend a full day in the forest with a ranger learning about his work and seeing the chimps up close. It was hard to believe how nonchalant the chimps were in our presence and I photographed this one from just a few metres away as it lazed in a tree. I’ve visited all the major chimp reserves in East Africa and I think Kibale might be my favourite." - Stuart Butler Stay tuned to our feed for more photos to come over the week-end from Stuart. Or, check out more of his work at stuartbutlerjournalist.com and facebook.com/stuartbutlerjournalist. #travel
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