Graceful Dancers Practicing Out In The City Streets Captured By Melika Dez

Dance is a freedom of movement you can’t just trap in a studio. That is why Melika Dez, a portrait and choreography photographer, made a bold move and invited dancers to perform in the streets of New York, Paris, Montreal, and Rome and let them shine their freedom to the whole world.

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The Super Hot And Humorous 2018 New York City Taxi Drivers Calendar Is Here!

The 2018 New York City Taxi Drivers Calendar, a comedic take on the traditional pin-up, features 12 of the city’s most scintillating and good-humored yellow cab drivers.

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“The Struggle For Utopia”: Everyday Soviet Life In Magnificent Photos By Semyon Friedland

Semyon Osipovich Friedland was a soviet photographer from Kiev. He was born in 1905 into a family of Jewish shoemakers. He began his career as a journalist, but then left the profession because of the censorship. In 1932 he graduated from the photography department of the State Institute of Cinematography. In 1950 Friedland worked as an editor-in-chief for the photography department of the famous “Ogonyok” (Russian: Огонёк, lit. “little flame”), which is one of the oldest weekly illustrated magazines in USSR and is published even today in Russia.

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Remarkable Photos Of Manhattan By Berenice Abbott From 1935

Berenice Abbott was born in Springfield, Ohio and raised by her divorced mother. She went to Ohio State University for two semesters, but left in early 1918 spending two years studying sculpture in Paris and Berlin. She studied at the Académie de la Grande Chaumiere in Paris and the Prussian Academy of Arts in Berlin. During this time, and after it was suggested by the writer Djuna Barnes, she adopted the French spelling of her first name, “Berenice”.

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“Neon Dreams”: Photographer Matthieu Bühler Explores The Streets Of Tokyo At Night

Matthieu Bühler is a talented German-French photographer and graphic designer who currently lives and works in Tokyo, Japan. Matthieu loves to capture the lights of Tokyo at night illuminating the streets and back alleys of the city. His series “Neon Dreams” features views of various places away from the famous tourist spots.

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Amazing Vintage Photos Of Black Women From Washington, D.C.’s Scurlock Studio

These images from Washington, D.C.’s Scurlock Studio, are a picture of the traditionally black city’s burgeoning middle class. Above: YWCA camp for girls, Highland Beach Girls, 1930. (Smithsonian Institution/National Museum of American History)

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The Ultimate Humorous & NSFW Photo Guide Of Mormon Missionary Positions

The Mormon Church’s law of chastity prohibits masturbation and premarital sex. The Church even frowns on dressing in a non-chaste manner and homosexuality is considered a major-league sin. Portland-based photographer Neil Dacosta satirized the Mormons’ politicized stance on same-sex relations by coming up with The Book of Mormon Missionary Positions.

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Stunning Minimalist Architecture Photography By Kevin Krautgartners

Kevin Krautgartners is an professional 28-year-old photographer and graphic designer who was born in Schwelm and currently lives and works in Wuppertal, Germany.

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Architect Carlo Mollino’s Secret Stash Of NSFW Erotic Polaroids

After Italian architect and designer Carlo Mollino died in 1973, a large secret stash of erotic Polaroids were uncovered among his personal effects.

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Beautiful Black And White Portraits Of Celebrities Taken By Kate Barry

Kate Barry (1967-2013) was a photographer born into the bohemian royal family of Parisian society. She is the first daughter of actress, singer and muse Jane Birkin and James Bond composer John Barry and was raised by singer Serge Gainsbourg. You may not necessarily recognize her name or be able to pick out her photographs as one would a Helmut Newton or Irving Penn, but Kate Barry is no less adored within the world of fashion, music and film.

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Stunning Winners Of The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2017

Overall and urban wildlife category winner: Daniel Trim, Heathrow roostings.

“In winter, pied wagtails roost communally in urban areas, both for protection and for the additional warmth given off by buildings and lights. This extra degree or two can make the difference in harsh weather. Here, a single individual out of hundreds is silhouetted by the lights of Terminal 5 at Heathrow airport”. (Photo by Daniel Trim/British Wildlife Photography Awards 2017)

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Beautiful And Never Seen Vintage Soviet ‘Antonov’ Plane Ads

A few photos of Soviet vintage ‘Antonov’ airplane ads target to Western buyers. Because the managers of the company was reasonably thinking that most of the buyers of the planes from abroad would be men, they decided to put women on the pictures.

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Australian Bureau Of Meteorology’s 2018 Calendar

A full moon alongside the planet Mars shining through cirrostratus clouds over Kosciuszko national park.

Luke Tscharke/Australian Bureau of Meteorology

The annual calendar features stunning shots of lighting, cloud formations and the aurora australis. Hundreds of photographers from every Australian state and territory submitted images to the Bureau of Meteorology for selection in the year’s calendar, with only the best chosen to represent the full spectrum of Australian weather.

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“Re-Enact Russia”: Bringing Past Into The Present

This project brings together 14 of the characters involved in the reconstruction of various periods of Russian history: from the 9th century until the end of the second world war.

Alexander, 26, 9th century, warrior

For the present, and their favourite eras they picked up hashtags — keywords that most closely express the spirit of the time.

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Stunning Photos Capture Bicycles From Underneath In Rarely Seen Angles

Lithuanian photographer Andrius Burba (previously featured) uses a special glass-tabled photography stand to capture how bicycles look from underneath. How’s that for some new perspective?

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