November 21, 2017

Stunning Aerial Photos Tell the Stories of New York City and Los Angeles From Above

Photographer Jeffrey Milstein tells the tale of two cities through aerial photography. His series LA NY features a birds-eye-view look at two world-famous metropolises: Los Angeles and New York City. In breathtaking shots, we get a sense of the idiosyncrasies between the two coastal locales, from their architecture to commutes to leisure activities. Milstein captured all of his LA NY shots from the air, without the help of a drone.

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November 16, 2017

89-Year-Old Photographer Pokes Fun at Herself in Silly Self-Portraits

Learning something new can be challenging, but sometimes, it can take you places you’d never imagine. Kimiko Nishimoto was 72 years old when she picked up a camera, and it’s transformed her life over the past 17 years. Now at 89, she's enjoying wide-spread attention for her creative self-portrait photography. Nishimoto pokes fun at herself through her bizarre compositions.

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November 15, 2017

15+ Heartwarming Celebratory Reactions as Australia Votes ‘Yes’ for Same-Sex Marriage

Embed from Getty Images Love is love, and we were reminded of this simple fact with the recent marriage equality survey in Australia. On Wednesday, November 15, 2017, it was announced that 7.8 million Australians—61.6% of its voting population—support same-sex marriage and its legalization. The results were a long time coming; as early as 2007, there was polling to suggest that a majority of the country was in favor of marriage equality.

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November 14, 2017

Artist Transforms Real-Life Animals into Perfectly Round Ball Creatures

A post shared by Aditya Aryanto (@ditpict) on Jun 4, 2017 at 4:10am PDT Earlier this year we introduced you to Aditya Aryanto, the photo retoucher who transformed real-life animals into cubed creatures with boxy bodies and squared snouts, in a series entitled Minecraft in Real Life (or Anicube). In his latest series entitled Aniball, Aryanto takes his editing skills in a new direction—from hard edges, to soft rounded ones—by warping animals into balloon-like creatures.

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