Today’s Special features photos of people going about their lives, some famous, most anonymous, as well as a cityscape of littered sidewalks.
This short photo-essay is a look at the many ways Brooklynites address and interact with the invisible, be it perceived demons, gods, a God—or the dead. As Herman Melville wrote: “Though in many of its aspects this visible world seems formed in love, the invisible spheres were formed in fright.”
Peter Ydeen has been photographing the Easton, Pennsylvania area at night since 2015. He takes inspiration from the work of noted American photographer George Tice, who captured images of American life and landscape.
A visual essay on adaptation and acceptance in relocation/immigration and migration. Here I am blending two disparate landscapes where I recently resided.
Viviendo en el futuro, tratando de evitar contratiempos, Joel convirtió su vida en una pesadilla. Siempre pensando que hacer en caso de que lo asaltaran por la noche, dejo de salir de su casa después de las seis de la tarde, para evitar enfermedades, solo come alimentos aburridos y sin sabor, buscando no ser humillado, dejo de ir a reuniones.
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