Meet Edward Burtynsky, The Winner Of UK Master Of Photography 2018

The Photo London Master of Photography award is given annually to a leading contemporary photographer. A special exhibition shows new and rarely seen images from Burtynsky’s portfolio including a preview of his new work, Anthropocene, and explores the complexities of modern existence and diverse subjects such as Australian and Canadian mines, oil bunkering and sawmills in Nigeria, the salt pans of India and sprawling cityscapes.


Oil Bunkering #2, Niger Delta, Nigeria, 2016. (Photo by Edward Burtynsky/Metivier Gallery, Toronto/Flowers Gallery, London) Continue reading »

“Summer Unplugged”: Summer 2017 Winner And Finalists Of The Child Photography Contest

Child Photo Competition is an international photo community devoted to discovering and promoting the most talented child photographers from all over the world. Every month, we run free of charge monthly themed contest in order to give a chance to emerging photographers to show us the magic of child photography.


Winner – Marcia Fernandes, Brazil

This Summer CPC asked the photographers from all around the globe to document children spending their summer disconnected from the world of electronic gadgets and to submit the best snaps to “SUMMER UNPLUGGED” contest. Continue reading »

A Design Award Winner DIY Calendar


A calendar with no rules and a playful usage for users to personalize. Continue reading »

Iditarod 2012: Dallas Seavey Becomes Youngest Winner In History

Dallas Seavey has become the youngest winner ever of the “Last Great Race,” the Iditarod dog-sled mush across Alaska.

“I had five lead dogs on this team, and I had to have every single one of them to do their parts of the race,” Seavey said, reported the Associated Press, shortly after crossing the finish line in Nome.

Seavey, who turned 25 on March 4, the day the race officially started, travelled for nine grueling days, four hours, 29 minutes and 26 seconds with nine dogs pulling his sled to the finish line approximately 7:29 p.m. Tuesday. After 1,000 miles from the starting point in Anchorage, Seavey and his dogs were exhausted.

“It’s just now hitting me,” said Seavey, according to Reuters. “About four miles ago, I just crashed.”

The ice, combined with the frigid temperatures and windy conditions, forced many mushers to slow down. But Seavey’s dog, Guinness, who acted as a lead dog for short time, kept trudging through the Alaskan wilderness.

Musher Dallas Seavey of Willow, Alaska, runs his dogs down Front Street to the finish line, winning the 40th annual Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race in Nome, Alaska March 13, 2012. Seavey, competing against both his father and grandfather, won the race on Tuesday, becoming the youngest musher crowned champion of the storied Alaska event. (Reuters / Oscar Edwin Avellaneda-Cruz) Continue reading »

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