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Finding Vivian Maier

One of the great photographic finds of the past decade or more was John Maloof’s purchase of a bunch of photo negatives at a garage sale in Chicago back in 2007. Little did he know that he had accidentally stumbled upon the work of Vivian Maier, one of the great unknown street photographers, who had…

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Portraits

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Hiroshima Bombing 1.6 Miles Away

This picture has never ceased to amaze me. Taken just a little over 1.6 miles away from the bomb’s blast point, it is the only known photo taken from the ground just after detonation. The blast itself destroyed everything within a 1.5 mile radius. Even though other pictures were taken close to the blast point,…

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A New Yorker Cartoon

Sometimes The New Yorker knows exactly how to say so much in so little words, or in this case, no words at all. While this may not be a photograph, it certainly illustrates what a photograph should be about in that it speaks volumes about a particular subject without having to utter a single word.…

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Pablo Picasso Dressed Up As Popeye

Picasso was an odd guy to be sure, but I don’t think I ever imagined to come across a picture of the painter dressed up as Popeye. I guess that reinforces the notion that there indeed is a first time for everything. The picture is from 1957. Found on Open Culture.

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Earth Observatory: Rare Clear View of Alaska

NASA has a plethora of amazing mission websites ranging from the Saturn Cassini probe, Galileo’s mission to Jupiter, endless Apollo photo archives, the Hubble Space Telescope and much, much more. But one of my favorites has always been the NASA Earth Observatory. If you want to get a regular taste of current Earth imagery from…

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Architecture & Nature

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