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"It seems absurd to admit that in the whirl of daily life I missed so many small particularities of the place I called home for over 13 years. And yet I did." When the writer Mahesh Rao (@mraozing) returned to London after time away he found a new perspective on once-familiar things.  Were looking for your photos of a place youve suddenly seen through fresh eyes. Maybe its your hometown or perhaps it's somewhere you lived for a while. Photograph something  a striking street name a strange…

Om Jamieson for The New York Times / photos on changes throughout

Penitents dressed as skeletons carry torches in Verges Spain during the Dansa de la Mort on Holy Thursday of Holy Week. Verges is famous for its Dansa de la Mort celebrations probably the last of it's kind in Europe performed uninterruptedly since the Middle Ages. The Dance of Death is an artistic genre of late-medieval allegory on the universality of death: no matter one's station in life the Dance of Death unites all. The dance consists of the dead or personified Death summoning…

Penitents dressed as skeletons carry torches in Verges Spain during the Dansa de…

For Amine Boussofara a Tunisian freelance photographer the urban space aesthetic qualities and architectures are the main elements to take a good picture.  #opensociety #documentary #photojournalism #tunisia #artist #photographer #instatunisia #idreamoftunisia #jasminerevolution #humanrights #freedomofexpression  This is chedly ben ibrahim @tunisianphotojournalist sharing my work about some portraits of Tunisian artists who are "fighting" against several obstacles to live with their art…

For Amine Boussofara a Tunisian freelance photographer the urban space aesthetic qualities and architectures are the main elements to take a good picture. #opensociety #documentary #photojournalism #tunisia #artist #photographer #instatunisia #idreamoftunisia #jasminerevolution #humanrights #freedomofexpression This is chedly ben ibrahim @tunisianphotojournalist sharing my work about some portraits of Tunisian artists who are "fighting" against several obstacles to live with their art…

A portrait of student in Yaba Tech university #lagosphoto2015  Photo by : @owiseabuzaid by lagosphotofestival

A portrait of student in Yaba Tech university Photo by : by lagosphotofestival

“Different people have different reasons for hating to see that evening sun go down, but nobody has a better reason than the New Yorker who travels by subway,” wrote William K.

15. Water in Nepal By early 2015 Nepal had achieved an 84% coverage ratebut only 25% of the countrys water supply schemes were considered well-functioning. All of these statistics worsened in the aftermath of the earthquake. A woman fetches water from a water-well near a collapsed building on July 4 2015 in Bhaktapur Nepal --- This week Omar Havana (@omarhavana) will take us around Nepal sharing different stories from this beautiful proud hospitable (but deeply shaken) country. by…

15. Water in Nepal By early 2015 Nepal had achieved an 84% coverage ratebut only 25% of the countrys water supply schemes were considered well-functioning. All of these statistics worsened in the aftermath of the earthquake. A woman fetches water from a water-well near a collapsed building on July 4 2015 in Bhaktapur Nepal --- This week Omar Havana (@omarhavana) will take us around Nepal sharing different stories from this beautiful proud hospitable (but deeply shaken) country. by…

Sanaa Yemen. One of the most beautiful countries I have ever visit. I was on assignment for the German magazine Geo and was under constant surveillance by our guides/ government. At one point we visit an area in the dessert where we wanted to speak with some sheiks  about the situation. Then all of a sudden we found us self as the only guest/grounded at a 5 star luxury hotel in the dessert and the super friendly "security" guard told us that we could leave or visit tourist sites but no…

Sanaa Yemen. One of the most beautiful countries I have ever visit. I was on assignment for the German magazine Geo and was under constant surveillance by our guides/ government. At one point we visit an area in the dessert where we wanted to speak with some sheiks about the situation. Then all of a sudden we found us self as the only guest/grounded at a 5 star luxury hotel in the dessert and the super friendly "security" guard told us that we could leave or visit tourist sites but no…

Stop working it's #HUMBLEWEEKENDZ - kicking things off with "the man on the phone Brussels" submitted by @saidchaara.pics - follow him now!  To submit your work for consideration tag it "#HUMBLEWEEKENDZ @humbleartsfoundation " and if we  it we'll showcase it here sometime this next or another weekend. XoXo by humbleartsfoundation

Stop working it's #HUMBLEWEEKENDZ - kicking things off with "the man on the phone Brussels" submitted by @saidchaara.pics - follow him now! To submit your work for consideration tag it "#HUMBLEWEEKENDZ @humbleartsfoundation " and if we it we'll showcase it here sometime this next or another weekend. XoXo by humbleartsfoundation

Tom Brokaw pens this moving Op-Ed about how even in remission, cancer changes everything. (Photograph: Matt Rourke/Associated Press)

Tom Brokaw: Learning to Live With Cancer

Tom Brokaw pens this moving Op-Ed about how even in remission, cancer changes everything.

Brothers. Another unseen photo from my archives. Dec 2015. #hochiminhcity #vietnam #streetphotography by maciejdakowicz

Another unseen photo from my archives. Dec by maciejdakowicz

Only lovers left alive. By @sevilita #hartcollective#instagram by hartcollective

Only lovers left alive. By by hartcollective

Join us on Tuesday 17 November from 20:15 at De Balie in Amsterdam for an open Lecture with NOOR photographers Stanley Greene Bénédicte Kurzen and Asim Rafiqui. We will be discussing what many may consider to be an 'impossible story - an important social political and cultural issue that defies the obvious photographic treatment and requires the photographer to rethink her approach.  From the NOOR archive: Photo by Bénédicte Kurzen from the series 'Mourning Gaza' | Rafah Gaza Strip 2004…

Join us on Tuesday 17 November from 20:15 at De Balie in Amsterdam for an open Lecture with NOOR photographers Stanley Greene Bénédicte Kurzen and Asim Rafiqui. We will be discussing what many may consider to be an 'impossible story - an important social political and cultural issue that defies the obvious photographic treatment and requires the photographer to rethink her approach. From the NOOR archive: Photo by Bénédicte Kurzen from the series 'Mourning Gaza' | Rafah Gaza Strip 2004…

Image by @sashanoir. If you want us to share your images use the hashtag #oftheafternoon on any that you want us to see / share! by oftheafternoon

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