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Photo by KID A. Absence

Photo by KID A. Absence

Legend has it that twelve large canoes each carried a different tribe. Even today, most Maori people can say which original tribe they are descended from

Dying life of the tribe: Spectacular pictures by British photographer capture the people who are in danger of disappearing forever

Before They Pass Away is a powerful documentary series by photographer Jimmy Nelson featuring dozens of cultures around the world whose people live in seclusion and are at risk of fading away. This is a Maori woman in New Zealand.

Series of surreal scenarios are all part of the world of ‘Little People’ captured by Scottish artist David Gilliver

Little people in surreal scenarios by macro photographer David Gilliver

Bill Brandt - underground bomb shelters of London during the Blitz in 1940

The Elephant and Castle station of London Tube during the air raid. Londoners would use the tube as an air raid shelter if they didn't have one in their garden or one near where they lived - 1940

For some people, maintaining a positive body image can be a lifelong challenge. In a series of complex paintings called Skin, 19-year-old photographer & mixed media artist Rosanna Jones explores how body image–whether positive or negative–can unconsciously affect identity. The project was inspired by this Franois de La Rochefoucauld quote: “We are so accustomed to …

19-Year-Old Artist Explores How Appearance Affects Identity

Rosanna Jones, Photographer & Mixed Media Artist explores how appearance affects identity in her project entitled 'Skin'. Inspired by this François de La Rochefoucauld quote: "We are so accustomed to disguise ourselves to others that in the end we become

fotograaf Lee Jeffries. His collection of black and white portraits of homeless people is unique and stunning. He depicts a glimpse of hope in the eyes of his subjects. Simply touching�

BoredPanda - Top 10 Most Famous Portrait Photographers in the World - Lee Jeffries . His collection of black and white portraits of homeless people is unique and stunning. He depicts a glimpse of hope in the eyes of his subjects.

by Vivian Maier (a nanny and housekeeper working in Chicago in 1950s, unrecognised until after her death in 2009).  Rolleflex camera

What the nanny saw: Housekeeper's stunning images of 1950s Chicago show working life in America in a new light

Street Gallery of photos taken by the photographer Vivian Maier. One of multiple galleries on the official Vivian Maier website.

May Day V, (2006), Andreas Gursky

The Perpendicular View

Andreas Gursky is a German visual artist known for his enormous architecture and landscape color photographs, often employing a high point of view. What an amazing photograph.

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