National Geographic Adventurer of the Year, Will Gadd, climbing the famous glaciers found at the peak of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, the highest mountain in Africa and the highest free-standing mountain in the world.
Visiting abandoned places is a really amazing adventure. These real life ruins offer an eerie glimpse into a world without humans. Their dark walls inspire a sense of wonder like you’ve never felt before.
Legendary and infamous film director Stanley Kubrick was sent out by LOOK magazine in New York City to capture the iconic subway system. Over two weeks in 1946, Kubrick captured the everyday lives and intimate moments of the people of a bygone era.
This project entitled Amazing Worlds Within Our World created by artist Pyanek takes us to the strange world of tiny things. He used macro photography to show everyday things in astonishing detail.
When looking back at history we only have a view of how things were in black and white, until now. In the age of graphic design many photoshoppers are now going through the archives...
Chinese street photographer Tao Liu is quickly making a name for himself. He spends his days as a meter reader taking photographs in his free time. He used to find that everyday was boring, repetitive and mundane, but carrying his camera around with him allows him to break the day up, even if it’s for a split second just to capture a candid perfectly timed photograph.