darksilenceinsuburbia:

Max Mayer.
Haus_TW 01, 2007. Lambdaprint, 135 x 157.5 cm. Ed. 3.
Haus_TW 02, 2007. Lambdaprint, 135 x 157.5 cm. Ed.3.


darksilenceinsuburbia:

Max Mayer.
Haus_TW 01, 2007. Lambdaprint, 135 x 157.5 cm. Ed. 3.
Haus_TW 02, 2007. Lambdaprint, 135 x 157.5 cm. Ed.3.

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Max Mayer.

Haus_TW 01, 2007. Lambdaprint, 135 x 157.5 cm. Ed. 3.

Haus_TW 02, 2007. Lambdaprint, 135 x 157.5 cm. Ed.3.

natgeofound:

Vendors and pedestrians along a steep staircase in Hong Kong, November 1934.Photograph by W. Robert Moore, National Geographic

Man, I love this NatGeo tumblr.

Vintage train cars on the Alaska Rail Road. Vintage train cars on the Alaska Rail Road. Vintage train cars on the Alaska Rail Road.

Vintage train cars on the Alaska Rail Road.

natgeofound:

Travelers look at a glass dome on a stainless-steel train car, April 1947Photograph by Willard Culver, National Geographic

I love trains. No, really. It’s a bit embarrassing.

natgeofound:

A replica of the Mayflower sails into New York Harbor with a welcoming fleet, November 1957.
Photograph by B. Anthony Stewart, National Geographic

This is an amazing image! And so visually dischordant. The Mayflower and a blimp in the same image? Whacko!

atlanticinfocus:

From Venezuela’s Disputed Election, one of 24 photos. Here, supporters of opposition leader Henrique Capriles face off against riot police as they demonstrated for a recount of the votes in Sunday’s election, in Caracas, Venezuela, on April 15, 2013. Hundreds of protesters clashed with police in the Venezuelan capital after Capriles called for demonstrations to demand a recount of votes from Sunday’s election to replace the late Hugo Chavez. (Reuters/Christian Veron)

HUNDREDS of protesters, huh? In the first 20 feet, maybe. 

This is sadly typical of journalistic coverage of mass rallies, protests, and riots. 

indophilia:

Photo is believed to be of the Udaipur court photographer, Mohan Lal, circa 1875
Long Exposure: The Camera at Udaipur, 1850 – 1950,  is the current  exhibition at the City Palace Museum.  It  is a concise view of how the Maharanas of Mewar patronised the new medium of photography from the reign of Shambu Singh.  Images are taken from the huge photo archive currently being cataloged and restored.
Read more: http://forbesindia.com/article/recliner/crown-prints/4282/1#ixzz2PqvLGJWB

indophilia:

Photo is believed to be of the Udaipur court photographer, Mohan Lal, circa 1875

Long Exposure: The Camera at Udaipur, 1850 – 1950,  is the current  exhibition at the City Palace Museum.  It  is a concise view of how the Maharanas of Mewar patronised the new medium of photography from the reign of Shambu Singh.  Images are taken from the huge photo archive currently being cataloged and restored.

moon83:

“The Art Toast Project Presents:” by Ida Skivenes
Idafrosk.com // Instagram: @Idafrosk
(via: Mashable)
moon83:

“The Art Toast Project Presents:” by Ida Skivenes
Idafrosk.com // Instagram: @Idafrosk
(via: Mashable)
moon83:

“The Art Toast Project Presents:” by Ida Skivenes
Idafrosk.com // Instagram: @Idafrosk
(via: Mashable)
moon83:

“The Art Toast Project Presents:” by Ida Skivenes
Idafrosk.com // Instagram: @Idafrosk
(via: Mashable)
moon83:

“The Art Toast Project Presents:” by Ida Skivenes
Idafrosk.com // Instagram: @Idafrosk
(via: Mashable)
moon83:

“The Art Toast Project Presents:” by Ida Skivenes
Idafrosk.com // Instagram: @Idafrosk
(via: Mashable)
moon83:

“The Art Toast Project Presents:” by Ida Skivenes
Idafrosk.com // Instagram: @Idafrosk
(via: Mashable)
moon83:

“The Art Toast Project Presents:” by Ida Skivenes
Idafrosk.com // Instagram: @Idafrosk
(via: Mashable)

moon83:

“The Art Toast Project Presents:” by Ida Skivenes

Idafrosk.com // Instagram: @Idafrosk

(via: Mashable)