Photography

June 18, 2019

Powerful Portraits of Rescued Farm Animals Who Were Allowed to Grow Old

Photographer Isa Leshko is terrified of growing old. After caring for her mother with Alzheimer’s disease, she was “forced to confront her own mortality,” but she intended to face this fear in an unconventional way. Leshko began visiting farm sanctuaries across the U.S. to snap pictures of the geriatric animals that lived there. Over the course of nearly a decade, however, the project shifted focus from being a vehicle for Leshko’s anxiety to activism.

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June 13, 2019

Unseen Photos of 1970s Tokyo Look Like They’re Straight Out of Science Fiction

Photographer Greg Girard is known for his explorations of Asian cities like Hong Kong and Shanghai, but a newly published series of photographs reveals a pivotal moment early in his career. Several years in Tokyo during the mid- to late-1970s not only helped develop Girard’s photography but also give the public a rare glimpse of life in the Japanese capital.

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June 10, 2019

Nomadic Photographer’s Travels Lead Him to the Bluest Water He’s Ever Seen

Photographer Nathaniel Wise uses a camera as a means to explore our beautiful planet. He is currently living life on the road in the Pacific Northwest (PNW) region of the US and capturing breathtaking sights of mountains, forests, and lakes along the way. One of his most memorable images is a scene of Diablo Lake Overlook in Washington’s North Cascades National Park.

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