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Inspiration for an aspiring photojournalist.

This is my living room wall right now. #ziggurat

This is my living room wall right now. #ziggurat

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Last Dance: American Proms by Gillian Laub

Gillian Laub crossed the country to capture the bittersweet anticipation and excitement of high-school proms for TIME.

Police detain a gay-rights protester after clashes with Orthodox Christian activists in Tbilisi, Georgia. Dozens of gay-rights activists marched on the streets to mark International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia.
David Mdzinarishvili/Reuters

Police detain a gay-rights protester after clashes with Orthodox Christian activists in Tbilisi, Georgia. Dozens of gay-rights activists marched on the streets to mark International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia.

David Mdzinarishvili/Reuters

Guatemala City, Guatemala: Vultures are perched on top of graves at the municipal cemetery.

Guatemala City, Guatemala: Vultures are perched on top of graves at the municipal cemetery.

Allston CAT city. @allstonratcity (Taken with instagram)

Allston CAT city. @allstonratcity (Taken with instagram)

The Year in Pictures: Part I - The Big Picture - Boston.com

Freya Alder

Freya Alder

(Source: Guardian)

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Jerome Toole

Jerome Toole

(Source: Guardian)

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Toby Mason

Toby Mason

(Source: Guardian)


2-Week-Old Baby Rescued in Quake-Ravaged Turkey — Two  days after a 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck eastern Turkey, rescue  workers carry a 14-day old infant from a collapsed building on Tuesday  in the city of Ercis. Officials said at least 366 people were killed in  the big temblor.
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2-Week-Old Baby Rescued in Quake-Ravaged Turkey — Two days after a 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck eastern Turkey, rescue workers carry a 14-day old infant from a collapsed building on Tuesday in the city of Ercis. Officials said at least 366 people were killed in the big temblor.

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newyorker:

In this week’s issue, we published “Exorcism,” a long-lost play by Eugene O’Neill. Nickolas Muray, who took the portrait of O’Neill that accompanies the play, was, among other things, Frida Kahlo’s lover, a competitor on the U.S. Olympic fencing team, and a photographer known for shots full of life, joy, and color. See a selection here: http://nyr.kr/pKXHB5

All photographs courtesy of George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography and Film © Nickolas Muray Photo Archives.





newyorker:

On February 10th, 1967, around twenty-five members of an anarchist collective known as Black Mask, wearing black balaclavas and carrying giant skulls, took to the streets of the financial district. The photographer Larry Fink was there; he says that “they had nothing but their own stealth, and no support.” They hoped to stoke a revolution. “They were working from a massive historic misinterpretation,” Fink says. See some of Fink’s shots of the march, as well as some of his protest pictures from the Vietnam era, here: http://nyr.kr/ngQtWo
Demonstrators carrying signs march as they are reflected in a mirror in Port-au-Prince September 23, 2011.
REUTERS/Swoan Parker

Demonstrators carrying signs march as they are reflected in a mirror in Port-au-Prince September 23, 2011.

REUTERS/Swoan Parker

Wang Gengxiang, known as “Masked Boy”, holds a towel in his mouth as he plays on a bed at Mijiazhuang village on the outskirts of Fenyang, North China’s Shanxi province September 9, 2011. Gengxiang, 6, was severely burned in an accident involving a pile of burning straw last winter. Most of the skin on his head was burned off, requiring him to wear a full surgical mask to prevent the scars from becoming infected. The doctors disclosed that they cannot continue his skin-graft surgery until his damaged trachea, or windpipe, is strong enough, according to local media reports.
REUTERS/Jason Lee

Wang Gengxiang, known as “Masked Boy”, holds a towel in his mouth as he plays on a bed at Mijiazhuang village on the outskirts of Fenyang, North China’s Shanxi province September 9, 2011. Gengxiang, 6, was severely burned in an accident involving a pile of burning straw last winter. Most of the skin on his head was burned off, requiring him to wear a full surgical mask to prevent the scars from becoming infected. The doctors disclosed that they cannot continue his skin-graft surgery until his damaged trachea, or windpipe, is strong enough, according to local media reports.

REUTERS/Jason Lee

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A detained opposition activist shouts in a police van during a protest outside the Election Commission headquarters in Moscow September 26, 2011. Dozens of people gathered to show their intention to boycott forthcoming elections, local media reported.
REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov

A detained opposition activist shouts in a police van during a protest outside the Election Commission headquarters in Moscow September 26, 2011. Dozens of people gathered to show their intention to boycott forthcoming elections, local media reported.

REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov