Naveed Hajeb

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Alternative Germany – readers' pictures

In a run up to the German elections, we asked you to forget the stereotypes and show us the 'other' Germany by sharing your photos via GuardianWitness. Here is a selection of your best photos

Guardian Camera Club: Ian Lloyd's portfolio

A review of Ian Lloyd's portfolio. <i><br>Despite other successes within this set, 'ianlloydportfolio' (shot through a hole) doesn't work too well here. On the other hand, '1' is perfectly caught, it's remarkable. The low viewpoint, and wide angle, of '2' makes for an interesting street scene, the</i> …

The last American miners – in pictures

Photographer Bryan Schutmaat's project Grays the Mountain Sends shows the stoic faces and rundown homes of fading former mining communities in the US. Schutmaat was inspired by the writing of Raymond Carver and Richard Ford, and has just won the 2013 Daylight photography award

The amazing diversity of animal life – in pictures

The vast majority of animals with which we share our planet go almost unnoticed, eclipsed by the bigger, more charismatic creatures such as the mammals, amphibians and reptiles. A book published this week – Animal Earth: The Amazing Diversity of Living Creatures by Ross Piper – seeks to redress …

Guardian Camera Club: Tim Bow's portfolio

A review of Tim Bow's portfolio. <i><br>Tilt/Shift lenses are fascinating to use, but very expensive, and similar effects can be achieved by using 'post production' software. But like any 'effect', it can be tempting to overuse it and the question is, does this tilt/shift effect add, or detract, from these</i> …

Interesting Photo of the Day: Colorado Rainstorm Captured by Airplane Passenger

The flooding in Colorado has been in the news this week, and even evidence-based science-type people—like the National Weather Service—describe the …

Beautiful Games: wilderness skiing

Shot on some of the most remote slopes in the world, including those of Antarctica, these images by American photographer and adventurer Jim Harris are rather spectacular. The combination of pristine snow, beautiful vistas and daredevil skiing is enough to make us envious of his career. His pics …