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Dog Photographer of the Year 2018 ​The Kennel Club has announced the winners of its Dog Photographer of the Year competition. Monica van der Maden was the overall winner with an image of Noa the Great Dane seemingly alone in a forest. Aug. 15, 2018
Community stories in Industrial England Tish Murtha’s relentless vision can be characterized by a single trait: empathy. She unflinchingly investigated forsaken communities crippled by ineffective government policies and bleak living conditions. Jul. 10, 2018
Power of ballet program to one of Africa’s biggest slums Fredrik Lerneryd spent the last year and a half photographing a group of ballet dancers in the Kibera neighborhood of Nairobi, Kenya, one of the largest urban slums in Africa.  Jul. 03, 2018
The Touching Beauty of Mothhood Around the World Five years ago, the intrepid Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc has been traveling to over 50 countries, engaging in a multi-year project to present the world’s women in one, massive photographic ... May. 11, 2018
Genghis Khan Mongol leader Genghis Khan (1162-1227) rose from humble beginnings to establish the largest land empire in history. After uniting the nomadic tribes of the Mongolian plateau, he conquered huge chunks of central Asia... May. 07, 2018
'The Little Boy Who Wouldn't Smile': A Story of the Korean War The "little boy'" of Rougier's now-famous article was Kang Koo Ri, an orphan rescued in the spring of '51 by American GIs; the village where he was found had been largely destroyed in fighting between UN forces and China-backed communist troops from the North. Apr. 13, 2018
A New Generation of Kids Learns to Live Like Soldiers ​Photographer Sarah Blesener visits a group of Young Marines being taught to embody a patriotic love of God and country. Mar. 23, 2018
Top Three things to do in Dubai As a vacation spot, Dubai has gorgeous cream-colored Persian Gulf shoreline, international culinary scene and larger-than-life attractions. And the city's still growing; plans are underway for something bigger and better. It's estimated that a quarter of the world's construction cranes can be found here. Mar. 09, 2018
Robin Yong: Flowers of Ethiopia Robin Yong is an Australia-based medical doctor with a passion for photography and travel. He enjoys traveling to exotic destinations to befriend and photograph the locals. Over the past few years, Robin has quickly become one of the most popular and influential photographers at the Venice Carnevale. Feb. 09, 2018
With love and hope: “The Daily Life of Sezer” ​Turkish artist Leyla EMEKTAR has been recently awarded one of the “Top Ten Photographers of the World” in the 2017 “Sente Antu Cup” International Photo Contest for her touching series “The Daily Life of Sezer”. Feb. 07, 2018
Seen in China 1956: Old Photos of China Daily Life by Tom Hutchins Tom Hutchins recalled on his book: "On the platform there are many people waiting to cross the other way, waiting for the train back to Hong Kong. No one seems to mind having their pictures taken ... Feb. 02, 2018
Traditional Diet of Lisu People Generally speaking, for the Lisus living in Nujiang River area, take corns, buchwheat, potatoes and broomcorn millet as their staple food, while for those living in the river valley may choose rice together... Jan. 12, 2018
The natural beauty of Tonga Tonga is unpolished, gritty and unfailingly authentic. Life here ticks along at its own informal pace: church-life is all pervasive, chickens and pigs have the right-of-way, and there's nothing that can't wait until tomorrow. Dec. 25, 2017
Dig into the chilly charms of Lake Placid in the winter Lake Placid is one of the original classic American winter getaway towns, full of snowy sporting traditions and world-class events. When the air turns crisp, locals dress up Main Street in impeccable small-town style with winter decorations and twinkling lights and cozy interiors beckoning with the warm glow of crackling fires, while epic snowy adventures await in the mountains beyond. Dec. 20, 2017
Boryeong Mud Festiva As the name implies, the primary event of the festival involves playing with mud that is obtained from the Boryeong mud flats. The mud from this area is believed to be rich in mineral composition and is also associated with myriad health benefits. Dec. 19, 2017
The Land of Charms Hong Kong is the convergent point of the Chinese and Western culture, and its high degree of cultural differences makes it an international metropolis. It is a condensed world and the prosperous sleepless town. Located in the transportation junction and the business center with zero tariffs, Hong Kong earned the reputation of the “Shopping Paradise”. Oct. 10, 2017
Refreshing Photos Freezing Toy's Action in Real Life Photographing action figure toys is interesting and, of course, fun; hence, it becomes a relatively new genre of photography that has risen in popularity in recent years. The biggest advantage of ... Sep. 25, 2017
Moms and dads post that horrible moment their kids go back to school While kids are not always thrilled to go back to school, for some reason parents do not always share that feeling. Heck, one might say that they are even happy about it. Sep. 04, 2017
Traditional Marriage Customs of Yi Minority The Yis are monogamous, living in nuclear families. Before liberation in 1949, marriages were normally arranged by parents, and the bride's family often asked for heavy betrothal gifts. In many places, married... Aug. 24, 2017
7 unknown stories hiding behind famous photos Time flies irrevocably, yet photos taken years and years ago last forever. And what stories hide behind the shots that have long since become iconic? Jul. 19, 2017
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