For the past few years, Getty Images photographer Kevin Frayer has been covering China’s Steel production facilities, from massive state-run factories to small unauthorized steel producers.
Out of an estimated 1,500 active volcanoes, 50 or so erupt every year, spewing steam, ash, toxic gases, and lava.
Mendenhall Glacier in Alaska, a beard and mustache competition organized by the Bangalore Beard Club, wildfires in Tennessee and Israel, Cubans mourn Fidel Castro, a monkey buffet in Thailand, and much more.
Hong Kong’s skyline, a holiday lightshow in London, wildfire in Israel, a newborn giraffe in Amsterdam, a foamy ‘snowstorm’ in Santa Clara, California, and much more.
Protests worldwide, floating lanterns in Thailand, ‘balloon fishing’ with condoms in Cuba, ‘acqua-alta’ in Venice, Trump’s name removed from buildings in New York, and much more.
One hundred years after the start of the Great War, none of the participants remain alive, and we are left with aging relics, fading photographs, scarred landscapes being reclaimed by nature, and memorials and graveyards across the globe.
Nearly four years of deadly stalemate on the Western Front slowly came to an end in 1918, as Allied armies pushed into Germany at enormous cost, leading the Central Powers to finally seek an armistice.
Snapshots of human impact on the landscape in Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, and Nevada.
Fall Is in the Air, Part I
It’s starting to feel like my favorite time of year once more—the autumnal equinox took place last week.