This Russian Woman Travels The World In Flowy Dresses To Take Self-Portraits In The Most Beautiful Places

According to Nina, a Russian woman who travels the world in beautiful dresses: “The photo project #MyDressStories created by me, Ninelly. I’m a blogger from Russia and I take you all to a magical world of breathtaking and magnificent places all over the world through the lens of my camera.” Continue »

Marvelous Female Portraits By Jenna Kay

Jenna Kay is a talented self-taught photographer and retoucher based in White Lake, Michigan, USA. Jenna focuses on portraiture, she shoots amazing beauty, lifestyle, wedding and fashion photography. Continue »

Fantastic Old Photos Of Yugoslavia From The 1920s, When People Were Nicer

In the mid-1920s the prominent German photographer Kurt Hielscher was invited by the government in Belgrade to travel to Yugoslavia and create a book with images of the state, founded only a few years earlier. Kurt Hielscher had already published similar and very successful books about Italy, Spain and Germany, so he took up the invitation with enthusiasm. Continue »

Beautiful ‘Then And Now’ Pictures Of Women From London’s ’80s Subcultures

In 1980, photographer Anita Corbin started taking pictures of young women in London’s pubs and clubs, documenting the unseen lives of various subcultures. Over the course of nine months her project turned into a series, Visible Girls, that offered a glimpse into the worlds of punks, mods, skinheads, rastas, and rockers.

The Visible Girls’ portraits toured the country in the 1980s and ’90s, and the images stood out as rare pieces of social history, showing women from youth tribes in their natural environments. However, Corbin lost touch with the women themselves.

Then, in 2014, according to BuzzFeed, Corbin reconnecting with the visible girls – now all middle-aged women – and one by one they started to get in touch with her.

Corbin has now interviewed more than a third of them for an exhibition of new portraits and the original pictures. She is now in contact with 70% of the original women photographed, and plans to photograph more of them by the end of 2018.

Here, some of the women featured in the exhibition tell their stories in their own words:

Nicole and Sue, then also known as Quasi and Squasher, at the Royalty, Southgate, 1981, and in a bar in Slovenia in 2017

Anita Corbin

Sue Lenham (right): Nobody else was into rock ‘n’ roll when I was at school – it was too retro. My dad brought us up, which was unusual in the 1960s, and my family situation was challenging. I had to be independent and I think the [rocker] scene let me express myself. Continue »

Gorgeous Fine Art Portrait Photography By Melania Brescia

Melania Brescia is a talented 25-year-old photographer, digital artist and student currently based in Malaga, Spain. Melania focuses on portraiture, she creates exquisite and feminine surreal photography. Slightly NSFW. Continue »

Photographer Zachariah Epperson Captures The Magical World Of Ballet And Dancers

Zachariah Epperson is a multi-talented photographer, designer and artist currently based in San Francisco, California. Zachariah focuses on portraiture, he shoots amazing lifestyle, beauty and dance photography. Continue »

Breathtaking Aerial Ocean Photographs By Seth Willingham

Equipped with his drone, the photographer Seth Willingham overflies the heavenliest beaches of the planet. From Capri ton Honolulu and Laguna Beach, the scenery puts the viewer into deep dreams. We just need to find a way of teleporting ourselves, and that’s it. Continue »

Stunning Photographs Reveal The Realities Of New Brighton, A Working Class Seaside Resort In Northern England, During The 1980s


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Martin Parr is one of the world’s most iconic photographers, his ability to capture the essence of Britishness unparallelled within contemporary image-making. Continue »

Belgian Photographer Xavier Portela Captures Asian Cities Bathed In A Neon Pink Glow

Xavier Portela is a Belgian-Portuguese filmmaker and photographer based in Brussels, Belgian who has gained momentum for capturing scenes worldwide. Continue »

11 Captivating Pictures Of A Young And Sexy Clint Eastwood In 1956


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Perhaps the icon of macho movie stars, and a living legend, Clint Eastwood has become a standard in international cinema. Continue »

Photographer Hanabi Taikai Captures The Beauty Of Fireworks In Japan

In Japan, summer is marked by many fireworks festivals, the Hanabi Taikai. Each year, more than 200 fireworks are fired across the country, illuminating the night with magical colors. The Japanese photographer Keisuke had the opportunity to photograph several events, documenting the beauty of fireworks in Japan with amazing images. Continue »

“Wilhelm Brasse’ Mugshots”: Photographer Took Up To 50,000 Chilling Photos In Auschwitz For The Nazis During World War II

There were images of living virtual skeletons; of prisoners standing shoulder-to-shoulder in striped uniforms; of people with deformities; of disembowelled victims of purported medical experiments. And there were tens of thousands of prisoner identification photos – three of each inmate. Continue »

Fascinating Vintage Photographs That Capture Kids Finding Fun On The Streets In Postwar London Rubble


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In the summer of 1954, the streets of London were overrun with rambunctious kids enjoying their time off from school. Continue »

“Maggie Out”: Striking And Depressive Photographs Captured Everyday Life In Glasgow In 1980


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In 1980, French photojournalist Raymond Depardon was commissioned by the Sunday Times to travel to Glasgow for a feature on Europe’s overlooked tourist destinations. He knew nothing about the city and couldn’t speak English either. Continue »

2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer Of The Year Publishes First Round Of Beautiful Entries

The 2017 National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year contest is now accepting submissions. We’re looking for spectacular pictures that tell the story of animals, lands, and environments around the world. The deadline to enter is November 17 at 12 p.m. EST.


This is Cheia (DN1A) road that takes you to Transylvania. Yes, THAT Transylvania, the birthplace of the legendary Count Dracula (Vlad Tepes). The legend says that this shot imagines what he might have seen on his nocturnalflights! Nevertheless, it’sa breathtaking view with a magnificent road. (Photo and caption by Calin Stan/National Geographic NaturePhotographer of the Year contest) Continue »