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Tony Gleaton, 67, Dies, Leaving Legacy in Pictures of Africans in the Americas

Tony Gleaton, a photographer who turned his back on a career in New York fashion and embarked on an itinerant artistic quest, documenting the lives of black cowboys and creating images of the African diaspora in Latin America, died on Friday in Palo Alto, Calif. He was 67.

The cause was oral cancer, …


Tim Flach's fine animal portraiture – in pictures


TeddyBär - in pictures

Historical Photography

Beauty in ruins: abandoned places in Europe and Asia – in pictures

Architectural Photography

Flood, fire and Fukushima: environmental photographer of the year 2015 – in pictures


The Lost Art of Soba Delivery

Forget Menulog: fast food delivery peaked with the soba noodle cyclists of early 20th century Japan.Forget Menulog: fast food delivery peaked with …


Muhammad Ali knocks out Cleveland Williams, Houston, 1966. Photograph by Neil Leifer.

Marilyn Monroe

Comparison of the Titanic and a modern cruise ship.

Breakdancing in Washington Square Park, 1982.

The best of Weegee's New York street photography – in pictures

New York City

Madagascar's unique wildlife

The country's natural history, especially its birds and lemurs, is matchless on the planet Read more


Hong Kong Black and White Photography


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Creative Fashion Sketches with Food


Food Emojis Reproduced in Real …

Powerful Photos of Vanishing Indigenous People Across The Globe

The Goroka, Papua New Guinea. © Jimmy Nelson BV Courtesy teNeues.

The Chukchi, Siberia. © Jimmy Nelson BV Courtesy teNeues.

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This 18-year-old hopped trains for 5 years and caught it all on camera

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In 2003, Mike Brodie, aged 18, left home to hop freight trains across the USA. Freight-hopping – a form of …


The whales of Baja California

An aerial view of a whale getting close to a boat in the Sea of Cortez in the Gulf of California


ike Herman Melville’s Captain Ahab, I too was in …

California Drought

25 Awesome In-Flight Photos Taken by Pilots from the Cockpit

Some people just have cooler offices than others… offices with a view… an ever-changing view that can include everything from the aurora borealis, to …

Northern Lights

Dynamic Portraits of Acrobatic Dancer and Bursts of Powder Frozen in Time

Brussels-based photographer Jeffrey Vanhoutte freezes extraordinary instants in time in these expressive shots of an acrobatic dancer leaping and twirling amid dynamic clouds of powder. The Belgian photographer captured these spontaneous shots for the creative agency Norvell Jefferson in order to …


New York City, Summer, 1969

Paris, 1920s

Before alarm clocks were affordable, 'knocker-ups' were used to wake people early in the morning. UK, around 1900

Hilarious Family Portraits Capture the Chaos of Being a Parent

As any parent knows, raising a family isn't always a walk in the park. Lifestyle photographer Danielle Guenther captures this sentiment in Best Case Scenario, a hilarious series that presents some of the messy, chaotic moments of parenting in a comical light.

Guenther, who regularly visits different …


Renaissance-Inspired Portraits with a Fast Food Twist

Inspired by the beauty of Renaissance paintings, German photographer Rebecca Rütten puts a spotlight on contemporary fast food culture in her series Contemporary Pieces, rendering greasy burgers and takeout containers in the dramatic lighting and classical style of the Old Masters. Elegant …


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