Crow’s Eye view, Korea Pavilion, Architecture Biennale, Venice
Photo by @dguttenfelder North Koreans drive a farm tractor and wagon on a highway near the city of Kaesong along the demilitarized zone that separates the two sides of the Korean Peninsula. For more photos and stories please follow @dguttenfelder on assignment for @natgeo who traveled this past week to isolated North Korea.
One story you maybe don't know is how many people in the West came to use Nikon cameras. There was this fascinating tradition and one I never really understood back in the 40's where photographers would put out books with the exact gear they'd used to take every picture at the end. You'll find it in the old Bourke-White books forgotten volumes like They Called It Purple Heart Valley or Shooting the Russian War that were printed on cheap paper and that still now aren't expensive books as far…
South Korean soldiers play the roles of both South Korean forces and invading North Korean soldiers during a re-enactment of the 1950 battle of Nakdong River to mark the anniversary at the town of Waegwan in Chilgok