Usually when we imagine a cherry tree, we think only of its widely adored flowers. But we should be reminded of the entire plant system and in particular, the hardy leaf, whose rugged charm remains long
Pieces are sewn together. Thread binds the content. Dye binds the colors. Past and present collide. Manipulated family photographs expose new truths in existing images—true feelings emerge from these combinations.
Set against the grand, wild majesty of the eastern Icelandic landscape, these searching self-portraits are one woman’s attempts to connect with herself and forge a basic understanding with her environment.
The following images were taken in a central Tehran mental hospital between June and December 2012: Many patients in the ... VIEW MORE Abbas Hajimohammadi Saniabadi 1 of 14 The first time Abbas Hajimohammadi
A portrait of a nation that has a population of 300+ million people—and a circulation of 300+ million guns. Photographs by Zed Nelson A portrait of a nation and its love affair with guns. A nation composed
Inside the bomb-blasted ruins of Kabul’s old town, the morning crowd of heroin addicts huddle under woolen blankets to k ... VIEW MORE James Nachtwey for TIME 1 of 14 We’re used to thinking of Afghanistan
Every springtime, off the coast of southern Spain, fishermen gather to catch the bluefin tuna—the fiercest and most dangerous variety—using the ancient practice of “Almadraba.” Photographs and text by
” Inside is a series of surrealistic self-portraits. I don’t aim to depict my physical appearance but I express the inner side of myself in a graphic manner. It’s a story about fighting fears, finding
More than 140,000 minority Rohingya Muslims have been forced to live in camps, where disease and despair have taken root ... VIEW MORE James Nachtwey for TIME 1 of 18 Sittwe, a drowsy town in western is