This week, we have photographs of jet-men flying over Dubai, a spring snowstorm in Colorado, archery in the Amazon, airstrikes in Yemen, rebuilding in Nepal, migrant ships adrift in the Andaman sea and the Mediterranean, B-25 bombers over Washington, D.C., the Victory Day parade in Moscow, and much more.
Forget old money. China’s fabulously wealthy are playing catch-up, learning how to acquire — and use — the trappings of the good life.
The 27th annual National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest is under way, and entries will be accepted for another seven weeks, until June 30, 2015. First prize winner will receive an eight-day photo expedition for two, to Costa Rica and the Panama Canal. National Geographic was once again kind enough to allow me to share some of the early entries with you here.
I travelled to Papua New Guinea for 1 month and went to see the biggest tribal gathering in the world. It happen every year in the highlands of the country, a town call Goroka.The festival bring thousand of people coming from all over the country to share the traditional way of life from the different tribes of the country.
At twenty-six, Tucson-based photographer Shannon Smith had built for herself a life she never anticipated: she was an artist in her third year at graduate school and the mother of a one-year-old daughter, expecting the arrival of a son. Parenthood, and by extension, belonging to newly emerging family, was for her a kind of terra incognita, a curious landscape to be discovered through the eye of her camera. Doing It Domestic chronicles the daily rhythms of her household routine, tracing the push and pull and ultimately the reconciliation of her two roles as photographer and mother.
Welcome to SubTropolis: The Business Complex Buried Under Kansas City - Bloomberg Business. (some gorgeous images of this fascinating place)