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Abandoned architecture and forgotten heritage A shot of a brick reservoir in London's Finsbury Park has been selected as the best architecture photograph of the year at the Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Awards 2016. Nov. 29, 2016
Similar Uniforms: We Refuse to Compare An apparently simple and straightforward picture of a boy in his school uniform has won the Swiss-Italian photographer Claudio Rasano a major portrait award—Taylor Wessing portrait prize. Nov. 23, 2016
The world under the waves Among the cold seas, rivers and mountains of Norway, pods of orcas are on a mission. They fill fjords during the winter, tracking down and feeding on rich supplies of herring that gather there from the Atlantic Ocean. Nov. 10, 2016
Wildlife Photographer of the Year: rethinking our wild cities When the city goes to bed, it's playtime for the metropolitan fox. It's also the moment photographer Sam Hobson picks up his camera. Oct. 24, 2016
Like an Ink Drawing - Capturing Fujian, China Tugo Cheng is an award-winning photographer based in Hong Kong. With his passion for travel and photography he has focused specifically on China for the past decade, discovering the hidden gems and natural wonders of the country. Oct. 04, 2016
Colors of Dance With one photograph, I seek to express: dance as art, fashion design, color variance, beautiful architecture and an expression of freedom. Sep. 22, 2016
To receive what life offers on the street Indian-based photographer Pranab Basak is currently the recipient of Collection Award of Excellence from our latest “6th Mobile Photo Contest”. From a featured interview, we get to know more about him and his human interest work. Join me to become amazed. Sep. 14, 2016
Don’t rush through life As the fastest growing form of transportation in China, electric bikes have also become the new silent killer stalking city streets. People complain that e-bike riders pay little heed to the rules of the road, causing more deaths in recent years. Sep. 01, 2016
Pamirs, a place you never want to say goodbye Zhao Dengwen is recently a winner from the Sente Cup International Photo Contest, whose work of Pamirs impresses viewers the most. He is no rookie to winning awards for his photography. Zhao is the recipient of many international photo contests. Aug. 24, 2016
Xinjiang through my lens The IPPA, also known as “the Oscars of the mobile photography world,” is an international photography competition held annually since 2007. Niu Siyuan, born in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in 1987, beat out 139 other photographers in this year’s cont Aug. 19, 2016
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