A photographer journeys to the banks of New Delhi's Yamuna River to capture a disappearing way of life
A Brooklyn photographer shoots a Texas-sized festival
In some of the week's most striking images, a gaucho tries to stay on his wild horse, a tiger cub snacks, and more
National Geographic's travel contest brings out photography's best
A poignant yet witty series in the style of John Singer Sargent and... Bob Ross?
In some of the week's most moving images, a Syrian boy is saved from the rubble, UConn celebrates, and more
Photographer Matthew Brandt creates astounding images with extremely old-school methods
A Portland photographer follows a young girl fighting for her place in one of China's martial arts schools
In some of the week's most stirring images, women sort through tea leaves, Afghan men rally ahead of the country's election, and more
Two decades have passed, but a violent history still haunts the country
Photographer Gabriele Galimberti offers revealing portraits of children with their favorite playthings
A New Zealand photographer snuck his country's history into a series of old postcards
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