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Matt Weber's Photographs Of New York City Over The Past Three Decades

Matt Weber's Photographs Of New York City Over The Past Three Decades | Quantumleap4life | Scoop.it
Fantastic collection of street shots by Matt Weber depicting life in New York
Via Johann Barnard
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Most Striking Posters on Gender Inequality in the Art ... - Flavorwire

Most Striking Posters on Gender Inequality in the Art ... - Flavorwire | Quantumleap4life | Scoop.it
“ In 1984, the Museum of Modern Art in New York City hosted a giant show called “An International Survey of Painting and Sculpture,” and of the 169 artists included, only 13 were women. A group of women artists decided to do ...”
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Wordle lets you create beautiful word clouds

Wordle lets you create beautiful word clouds | Quantumleap4life | Scoop.it
“ Pretty cool picture, eh? I made it with Wordle. Wordle is a free website that allows you to make your written content shine by turning it into word clouds for presentations, articles, and more. No ...”
Via Cendrine Marrouat - cendrinemarrouat.com
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Blast from the Past: Photos Captured 125 Years Ago with the Kodak No. 1

Blast from the Past: Photos Captured 125 Years Ago with the Kodak No. 1 | Quantumleap4life | Scoop.it
“ It could be argued that consumer photography didn't begin until 1888, when Eastman Kodak made his Kodak No. 1 (the followup to the Kodak Box) available to”
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The Amazing Murals by DALeast are Filled with Energy and Ferocity

The Amazing Murals by DALeast are Filled with Energy and Ferocity | Quantumleap4life | Scoop.it
“ I discovered the murals by DALeast over a year ago because he was one of the participating artist for project Wall Therapy, a public community-level interve”
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The Photography Teacher Nobody Wants

The Photography Teacher Nobody Wants | Quantumleap4life | Scoop.it
There is a teacher of photography that few speak of in today’s industry. She is shunned by many and with good reason. Nobody seems to like her.
Via Mario Pires
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Ervaring de minst gewaardeerde onderwijzer.
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‘25mn more Europeans at poverty risk’

‘25mn more Europeans at poverty risk’ | Quantumleap4life | Scoop.it
“ Up to 25 million more Europeans are at risk of falling into poverty by 2025, Oxfam says.”
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LOOK:Stunning Monasteries Built On The Edge Of The World

LOOK:Stunning Monasteries Built On The Edge Of The World | Quantumleap4life | Scoop.it
“ Built on the edge of what is architecturally possible, these monasteries cling to rock faces, lava pillars and mountaintop. The holy sites are the chosen residences of monks who dwell in these lofty heights to escape from the distractions of society...”
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Alles wat je echt wil, kun je ook!
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Berlin Street Art - purple leaves

Berlin Street Art - purple leaves | Quantumleap4life | Scoop.it
“ Take a tour of the most amazing Berlin street art: from Mitte to Friedrichshain passing through Kreuzberg. A city which is a open-air gallery itself.”
Via Kuniko
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Zo ziet een stad eruit wanneer het een levende stad is en geen openlucht museum zoals Utrecht.
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Niki Feijen's Interiors of Intrigue [+ What Pro Photogs Need to Learn] | Chase Jarvis Blog

Niki Feijen's Interiors of Intrigue [+ What Pro Photogs Need to Learn] | Chase Jarvis Blog | Quantumleap4life | Scoop.it
Chase Jarvis highlights the work of Niki Feijen's + reminds us that pro photographers have plenty to learn from non-professionals. More than ever before.
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Schitterende foto's. Toen verschil heel gewoon was.
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Paris In My Time: Mark Steinmetz’s Homage to the City of Lights | LightBox | TIME.com

Paris In My Time: Mark Steinmetz’s Homage to the City of Lights | LightBox | TIME.com | Quantumleap4life | Scoop.it
'Paris in My Time,' Mark Steinmetz’s newest book from Nazraeli Press, offers homage to the city of lights.
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Haunting Images of Abandoned Places

Haunting Images of Abandoned Places | Quantumleap4life | Scoop.it
Here’s a selection of some of the most ghostly abandoned places around the world, every single one of which has its own special charm.
Via Johann Barnard
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Rising Seas - Interactive: Explore the Coast Lines If All The Ice Melted

Rising Seas - Interactive: Explore the Coast Lines If All The Ice Melted | Quantumleap4life | Scoop.it
The maps here show the world as it is now, with only one difference: All the ice on land has melted and drained into the sea, raising it 216 feet and creating new shorelines for our continents and inland seas. There are more than five million cubic miles of ice on Earth, and some scientists say it would take more than 5,000 years to melt it all. If we continue adding carbon to the atmosphere, we’ll very likely create an ice-free planet, with an average temperature of perhaps 80 degrees Fahrenheit instead of the current 58.
Via Kathy Bosiak, Dr. Stefan Gruenwald
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