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Theories of The Deep Understanding of Things

In pictures: Photographing Africa

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Top 25 Photographs from the Wilderness #20

Wildlife<p>“Okavango”, “Serengeti”, “Masai Mara”, “Zambezi”, “Kruger” and “Kafue”. These are some of the wildest places left and have hidden within them “wilderness” that can take those who visit it back in time on a powerful journey that explores our place on this blue-and-green planet. In this …

Pictures in the News | Feb. 27, 2014

In Thursday’s Pictures in the News, the first of two storms begins to hit Southern California.<p><b>Allahabad, India:</b> Hindu devotees participate in a procession for the Maha Shivaratri festival, dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. Hindus mark the festival by fasting and offering special prayers to Shiva, …

Agbogbloshie: the world's largest e-waste dump – in pictures

Discarders of electronic goods expect them to be recycled properly. But almost all such devices contain toxic chemicals which, even if they are recyclable, make it expensive to do so. As a result, illegal dumping has become a lucrative business.<p>Photographer Kevin McElvaney documents Agbogbloshie, a …

BBC's Hidden Kingdoms: 'dramatised' nature - in pictures

The BBC is to air on-screen warnings that scenes in the new nature series Hidden Kingdoms were 'dramatised'. For the sake of the creatures and editorial reasons producers sometimes have to use controlled situations and film animals in captivity or in studios for detailed shots that cannot be done …

The Weirdest Photo Research of 2013

As a photo editor for newyorker.com, I do daily research that largely consists of sifting through images to accompany our news and culture stories. Additionally, typically once a day, I am presented with a more conceptual article—one on, say, the threat of artificial intelligence, which may not …