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World
What can hands tells you about someone? Tim Booth has been photographing fingers, palms, nails and knuckles for more than 20 years. He says they can reveal much more about a person than you might think.
BBC
 | Photography
October 18, 2015
World
Jonathan Nimerfroh was walking along a beach on the island recently when he saw these waves rolling in like slush.
CBS Boston
 | Photography
February 28, 2015
Iceland, Europe
Once inside, the glacier is like a cavernous blue cathedral, with numerous alleys and atriums.
Maptia
 | Photography
January 23, 2015
South Korea, Asia
About 200 South Korean Special Forces are taking part in ten days of gruelling winter weather combat training.
Business Insider
 | Photography
January 09, 2015
World, Hong Kong, Singapore, Belgium, Europe, Asia
This year's category winners all had one thing in common: they tell a story.
National Geographic
 | Photography
December 18, 2014
World
Many images appear to have been captured during critical phases of flight, but they also make clear why it's so tempting for pilots.
Quartz
 | Photography
December 12, 2014
World
Pettit's ingenuity and curiosity has led him to create photos that are as stunning for their artistic beauty as they are for their scientific value.
Smugmug
 | Photography
December 12, 2014
Canada, North America
There is little public awareness that, if built, the Keystone XL Pipeline will make avoiding catastrophic climate change much harder.
Maptia
 | Photography
December 07, 2014
World
British artist Mishka Henner was flying over the country looking for satellite images of oil fields when the feed lots caught his eye.
Ecowatch
 | Photography
December 01, 2014
United Kingdom, Europe
It's not a topic that's discussed every day, but its critical importance still affect millions.
Mashable
 | Photography
November 21, 2014
South Korea, Asia
An English photographer had the chance to visit the Maersk Triple E's yardship.
Alastair Philip Wiper
 | Photography
October 25, 2014
United States, North America
Ryan Schude doesn't live in the past, he reinvents it. It's eye-catching and retro, you will love it.
The Photographic Journal
 | Photography
October 24, 2014
World, Europe, North America
Strangely but interestingly, it seems the past becomes present when it's in colors.
Distractify
 | Photography
October 22, 2014
World, United States, France, India, Afghanistan, Ukraine, Russia, Niger, Iraq, Burma, Czech Republic, Australia, Haiti, China, Mexico, Chile, Canada, Egypt, Norway, Japan, Middle East, Pakistan, Turkey, South Africa, Asia, Africa, Europe, North America, South America, Oceania
From 9/11 to the Ukrainian revolution, we've come a long way since Y2K.
Distractify
 | Photography
October 13, 2014
France, Europe
If you ever dreamed of flying to the moon, this is the closest you could get.
Yahoo
 | Photography
September 07, 2014
Canada, North America
A French-Canadian photographer has spent over 14 years finding look-alikes.
Twisted Sifter
 | Photography
September 05, 2014
World, China, Indonesia, Colombia, Burma, Sri Lanka, Philippines, India, Asia, South America
While many hate school, other children around the world overcome the impossible.
Bored Panda
 | Photography
September 05, 2014
South Africa, Africa
These upside-down foreheads will make you giggle while sparking your curiosity.
Bored Panda
 | Photography
September 04, 2014
Hong Kong, Asia, China
"A knife in his hands, a pig butcher said he would chop me. He wanted his spirit back."
Bored Panda
 | Photography
August 31, 2014
United States, North America
Produced between 1888 and 1924, these are the first proofs of the world in color.
Twisted Sifter
 | Photography
August 26, 2014
Syria, Asia
Photographer David Gross offers a visual break from the raw images we’re used to.
National Geographic
 | Photography
August 16, 2014
World, Asia, Africa
Because not everyone is driving a Lexus.
So Bad So Good
 | Photography
August 15, 2014