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Metal on the Side of the Road

I inspected the debris and marveled at the miscellaneous truck beds, car parts, old tools and other items that had been discarded.

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Untitled - Anna Maria Island, 2016

Sea Sketches

Immerse yourself in my Sea Sketches “paintings” and escape with me, even for the length of a sigh, from the harsh realities of life and share my happy place.

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Peter_Ydeen_01 "I want to Be a Bike"   - Taken in spring 2016 in Phillipsburg, New Jersey

Easton Nights – The Small Hours

Over the last winter Peter Ydeen has been photographing the silent and empty geometries and ethereal energy of the Easton Pennsylvania nights.

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A Womman From the House

The Other Side of “Paradise”

The project deals with economic inequality and the life of people in a disadvantaged area in Philadelphia, USA.

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Five untitled poems by Simon Perchik

They have no second thoughts / and still your footprints / inch by inch, gradually / made whole the way this shovel / lost its taste for dirt / carries

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American Desert - September 2013. Aerial desert landscape "Untitled #01".

“AT 36000 FEET”

An ongoing project of aerial photographs of the US Southwest desert landscape. Images of ancient geological formations and modern human traces.

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Silhouette by Sunset

Silhouette by Sunset 313/365

01/04/2016 Tampa United States Keith Reid Silhouette by Sunset is a photo that is part of my 365 project. For the last couple of weeks of my project, I have been

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New York, USA - September 2015, East Village under Construction

Under construction

The big cities are full of them. The roads are renewed, rebuilt, constructed. There is danger everywhere and our urban environment is constantly changing.

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A click and its likeness…

Five poems by Simon Perchik * A click and its likeness can’t change, curled the way rain yellows though you hold on almost make out the grin that could be

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Joshua Tree, California - 2014

The Western Lands, photo essay by Justin Clifford Rhody

The Western Lands is an ongoing photo series that is based in the Southwest United States. Love and desperation, natural resource crisis, the American landscape and ancient Egyptian theories of

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