Fuzzy Christmas Night in Athens.

For quite some time I’ve had the idea to capture the contradictions of life in Athens during the years of the economic crisis, but not in a documentary way. December is a cold month in a mediteranean country intrinsically linked to its warm climate Christmas lights and decorations all over the city streets at Nighttime. […]

Canadian Geese enjoy the late morning in Wetlands.

Your Shot photographer Scott Summers captured this image of some Canadian Geese enjoying the wetlands of Canastota, New York. “The only sound throughout the swamp on this late spring morning were three geese honking at one another,” writes Your Shot photographer Scott Summers. “They gathered at the head of the lake, where a fog bank […]

Poetic Landscapes of Switzerland.

Swiss photographer Sébastien Staub continues to fill us with enthusiasm with his pictures full of poetry and sweet lights. He therefore depicts the breathtaking beauty of the mountains that he sees almost every day in Switzerland. A nice selection of shots gathered in a series titled NEWLANDSCAPE. If you want to discover Sébastien Staub’s work […]

The Human Side of Fame.

Susan Sarandon in New York in 1993.  Photograph: Brigitte Lacombe Brigitte Lacombe is having a moment: for the first time in the photographer’s 40-year career. Some of her most celebrated photographs are on display at Phillips in New York, and a new portrait of one of her favorite subjects, Meryl Streep, is the cover of […]

Photos capture street scenes of South Australia around 1900.

Photo: King William Street, looking north from Victoria Square (circa 1907). South Australia is a state in the southern central part of Australia. It covers some of the most arid parts of the country. With a total land area of 983,482 square kilometres (379,725 sq mi), it is the fourth-largest of Australia’s states and territories […]

Portrait of a British Sailor.

Wartime Photo by the famed photographer Sir Cecil Beaton. Sir Cecil Walter Hardy Beaton, CBE (14 January 1904 – 18 January 1980) was an English fashion, portrait and war photographer, diarist, painter, interior designer and an Academy Award-winning stage and costume designer for films and the theatre. He was named to the International Best Dressed […]

Rainforest destruction threatens Sumatran Tiger.

A Sumatran tiger. New analysis has found that rainforest destruction caused by rampant palm oil plantations damage threatens more than 190 threatened species, including orangutans and tigers like the sumatran tiger. Image Credit: Photograph by Bernard Spragg/IUC Source: The week in wildlife – in pictures | Environment | The Guardian

Hawaii was thought to be a Utopia in the1900s.

In the public consciousness at least, Hawaii has probably not changed too much in the past 100 years. By this I mean an island chain of magnificent tropical beauty, mystery, and earthly delights with a strong emphasis on the natural world being the preferred vision for this place for many of us; with the realities […]

Mural by Adnate the tallest in Southern Hemisphere.

by Richard Willingham The 20-storey public housing tower and its mural dominates the Collingwood skyline. Image Credit: ABC News The 20-storey mural is the tallest in the Southern Hemisphere. Artist Matt Adnate hopes the artwork brings pride to residents of the housing flats The work follows widespread success of silo art across Australia The grade […]

Touch the Clouds, San Marino.

Photo by: Алексей Олюшкин via Panoramio ‘Heaven on Earth’ is a term many travellers use to describe a place they love. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to touch the clouds or walk amongst them? You might be thinking that it could only be possible in fairy tales, but a place like […]