A Barrel of Laughs, a Valley of Tears.
A Barrel of Laughs, a Valley of Tears. turned 5 today!

A Barrel of Laughs, a Valley of Tears. turned 5 today!

morganmartinez:

hellanne / by Tamara Lichtenstein
camdamage:

creativerehab:

Small space specialists.
Lo-res 35mm film scan.

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camdamage:

creativerehab:

Small space specialists.

Lo-res 35mm film scan.

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liquidnight:

Herbert Maeder
Father Pascal Meyer Hans, a Benedictine monk at Einsiedeln Abbey
Einsiedeln, Switzerland, 1960s
From Herbert Maeder, Fotograf

liquidnight:

Herbert Maeder

Father Pascal Meyer Hans, a Benedictine monk at Einsiedeln Abbey

Einsiedeln, Switzerland, 1960s

From Herbert Maeder, Fotograf

liquidnight:

Michael Ken
"This image is shot in Kampung Pulo in East Jakarta. This village is unique with their various colors and plenty and maze like alleyways. I waited for a perfect moment on this dark alley when a child went out of his home and ran through the alley to meet his friends to play."
From the 2013 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest
[via The Atlantic]

liquidnight:

Michael Ken

"This image is shot in Kampung Pulo in East Jakarta. This village is unique with their various colors and plenty and maze like alleyways. I waited for a perfect moment on this dark alley when a child went out of his home and ran through the alley to meet his friends to play."

From the 2013 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

[via The Atlantic]

reportagebygettyimages:

'The whole time, I was acutely aware that ISIS positions were never very far away, sometimes less than a mile…Wherever we went, I asked where ISIS positions were. Sometimes the answers were exact. Other times the reaction was a simple shrug and a crooked smile. I kept replaying in my mind a scene I had depressingly run into twice before — I was kidnapped by Sunni insurgents in April 2004 outside of Falluja, and by Qaddafi troops in Libya in March 2011 — where the desolate horizon turned into an impromptu checkpoint, full of masked men with guns. It is a degree of terror known only through experience, the fear of driving knowingly into the arms of possible death. The masked men shoot into the air and celebrate their prey, while they decide whether they want you dead or alive. The only difference with ISIS is that I know if they capture me, there will be little negotiation for my life. They will kill me, and in the most brutal way.'

- Reportage by Getty Images photographer Lynsey Addario writes in The New York Times about her experiences covering Iraqi Yazidis fleeing ISIS. Read more.

donutworryaboutit:

Devils’ Tower.

donutworryaboutit:

Devils’ Tower.

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noahkalina:

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