Any pet owner who has lost their furry friend knows how devastating it can be. It's not an overstatement to say that a beloved member of the family is now gone. When the pang of grief hits, photos and videos can help remind someone of the good times shared.
Great photographers can make an image look effortless.
Steeped in poignant imagery, the work of photographer Fares Micue is instantly recognizable.
Lebanese American photographer Rania Matar is known for her intimate portraits of women. Specifically, she spends time focusing on young women in the United States and her native country, Lebanon, and creates new narratives that show their strength, beauty, and independence. With her new book titled She, published by Radius Books, Matar follows women in their 20s, showing them as they grow into adulthood and make the world their own.
The Smithsonian is one of the world’s largest and most well-known museum complexes.
Fascinated by the connection between human beings and nature, Anna Isabella Christensen began her photography journey several years ago.
There are some creative relationships that stand the test of time. And certainly, the bond between Japanese photographer Masayoshi Sukita and rock star David Bowie was one that has endured. Their collaboration, which spanned over 40 years, produced incredible photographs that document Bowie's entire career. Now, these photos—some previously unseen—have been published in Sukita: Eternity. The duo met when Bowie was in his Ziggy Stardust phase.
Artist Flora Borsi has an unusual way of depicting her self-portraits.
Though we all go through childhood, it's safe to say that not all childhood experiences are universal.
Lake Volta stretches almost half the length of the country of Ghana. As the largest man-made lake in the world, its misty horizons are broken by the remains of trees that once grew in the region before the land was flooded. Its water provides fish as well as electricity from a dam to much of the surrounding area.
We often hear about world records being broken, but we less often see a face behind the achievement.
Whether you’re self-conscious of your height or hate the shape of your nose, we all have hang-ups about how we...