awkwardsituationist:

photos by mohammad reza domiri ganji in iran of: (1) the dome of the seyyed mosque in isfahan; (2,8) the nasīr al mulk mosque, or pink mosque, in shiraz; (3,4) the vakil mosque in shiraz; (5) the ceiling of the fifth floor of ali qapu in isfahan; (6,10) the vakil bathhouse in shiraz; (7) the imam mosque in isfahan; (9) the jame mosque of yazd

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commanderspock:

yagazieemezi

AFRICAN PHOTOGRAPHY:

At 15 years of age, Luxembourg-based David Uzochukwu is a photographer who is creating a name for himself through his portfolio. With soft, but stunning portraits and self-portraits, he already carries an impressive resume for his artistic images.

View more of his work HERE.

"My name is David. I’m all about early mornings, the sunrise, traveling, reading, tea, watermelons, lying on the street to count the stars and getting high on exciting photos. Hello"

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sophiawallace:

aerbor:

Magical Photographs Follow the Lives and Friendship of Two Argentine Girls

Alessandra Sanguinetti tells the story of two young girls living in a rural province south of Buenos Aires in book one of her ongoing series The Adventures of Guille and Belinda and the Enigmatic Meaning of their Dreams. The San Francisco-based Magnum photographer spent her childhood summers at her father’s farm, and found herself drawn to the sisters as they navigated their way from the innocence of childhood to the complexities of puberty—although not at first—Sanguinetti says of her subjects: “Beli and Guille were always running, climbing, chasing chickens and rabbits. Sometimes I’d take their picture just so they’d leave me alone and stop scaring the animals away, but mostly I would shoo them out of the frame. I was indifferent to them until the summer of 1999, when I found myself spending almost everyday with them. They were nine and ten years old then, and one day, instead of asking them to move aside, I let them stay.”

This is one of my all time favorite photography books.

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artchipel:

Aliza Razell (USA)

Aliza Razell is a Massachusetts-based photographer. Her photography often depicts individuals alone in a natural environment. Inspired by the Finnish word ikävä, which means the feeling of missing someone or something, the series ikävä mixes photos and paintings to highlight the lack of the essential element.

[more Aliza Razell | artist found at leslieseuffert]

blua:

Photographer Lalage Snow takes pictures of soldiers’ faces before, during and after the war in Afghanistan.

blua:

Photographer Lalage Snow takes pictures of soldiers’ faces before, during and after the war in Afghanistan.

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artchipel:

Tumblr Artist

Ade Santora | on Tumblr (Indonesia)

Ade Santora is an Indonesian photographer who shots landscapes, moments of life, animals and portraits. The framings, lightings and retouchs of the images give a very amazing atmosphere to each photograph.

[more Ade Santora | artist found at mydarkenedeyes]

canyouhearusnow:

devidsketchbook:

Extraordinary photos of young hitchhikers and freight train hoppers by Mike Brodie

Mike Brodie (tumblr | facebook) first began photographing in 2004 when he was given a Polaroid camera. Working under the moniker, The Polaroid Kidd, Brodie spent the next four years circumambulating the U.S. amassing an archive of photographs that would go on to make up one of the few, true collections of American travel photography. Having never undergone any formal training, he chose to remained untethered to the pressures and expectations of the art market

Every time I see this series my jaw drops. Awesome stuff.

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snowflake photography by Andrew Osokin

snowflake photography by Andrew Osokin

the most beautiful candid photo I’ve seen
plan large III: making of inch’allah

the most beautiful candid photo I’ve seen

plan large III: making of inch’allah


he says to be cool buti don’t know how yet

he says to be cool but
i don’t know how yet