This week, images of a storm cloud over Sydney, synchronized swimmers at the Asian Games, multiple scenes from in and around Syria, a city in Sierra Leone locked down to fight ebola, effigies of demon king Ravana in India, and much more
A story on Maptia by Katie Coakley (katieonthemap) — A solo road trip along the southern coast of Iceland yields glaciers, long stretches of open roads, floating icebergs and a unique way of herding sheep.
You can worry all you want about photos being stolen via Flickr, but maybe someone will like your photo enough to buy it… and put it on the cover of a platinum-selling rock album… and boost you overnight from the fuzzy border of...
Ils ont une trentaine d’années, peu d’expérience, pas de magazines derrière eux, et pourtant, ils décident de partir photographier des conflits, en supportant tous les coûts et sans aucune garantie de vendre leurs images.
A story on Maptia by Egan Jimenez (eganjimenez) — A journey deep into the traditions of Kalinga culture in the Philippines – an experience that hits deep beneath the skin to leave its mark on all of my being.
A story on Maptia by James Morgan (jamesmorgan) — Marine nomads, the Bajau Laut, have lived in the waters of the Coral Triangle for centuries but their way of life and their uniquely intimate relationship with the ocean is being destroyed.
Un omaggio alla fotografia di viaggio con scatti che raccontano la strada, l'amicizia e la relazione tra crescita, scoperta e natura (Un altro buon proposito (uno dei migliori): più viaggi, se si può, se si vuole.
Photographer Jaime Moore wanted to mark her daughter's fifth birthday but before switching on the camera, she came up with an alternative to dressing up as a princess – the dream of most girls of her agePaula Cocozza...
“Look at me,” he said. Complying, I turned in the man’s direction. “Look me in the eyes!”… I tried to raise my eyes and look into his, but I couldn’t. Actually, I couldn’t look anyone in the eyes at that point, it felt weird and uncomfortable.
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