Dipping Into the World’s Most Stunning Hot Springs
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by Greta Rybus
2w ago
From onsens in Japan to high-altitude pools in Bolivia, the photographer Greta Rybus shares highlights from her search for thermal waters ..read more
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Applications Open for the 2024 New York Portfolio Review
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by James Estrin
1M ago
Apply now for this free event for photographers ..read more
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Images of an El Salvador Town Transformed by Migration
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by David Gonzalez
1M ago
Three journalists present a complicated exploration of the effects of remittances in the Central American town of Intipuc ..read more
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Afro-Ecuadoreans Maintain Identity Through Spiritual Practices
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by David Gonzalez and Johis Alarcón
1M ago
The photographer Johis Alarcón documented not just the indelible influence of African culture in Ecuador, but also how the descendants of enslaved women maintained their culture ..read more
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At 90, Photographer Fred Baldwin Still Has ‘So Much Work Left to Do’
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by James Estrin
1M ago
Having documented Sami herders and the civil rights movement, and having just published a memoir, the photographer says his life’s work is far from complete ..read more
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Gazing Into the Past and Future at Historic Observatories
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by Kim Beil
3M ago
As ever-larger telescopes are launched into space or built at high-altitude sites, these observatories still have wonders to share with visitors and astronomers alike ..read more
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A Statue Draped With Snakes? In Italy, It Happens Every Year.
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by Elisabetta Zavoli and Francesco Martinelli
5M ago
Held in a small, mountainous village, this festival has it all: snakes, charmers, religion, science. See for yourself — and try not to squirm ..read more
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Whales, From Above
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by Ellie Duke and Sutton Lynch
5M ago
The photographer Sutton Lynch is documenting a dramatic turning point off the coast of Long Island — a resurgence of sea life after decades of depletion ..read more
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Nancy Buirski, Award-Winning Documentary Filmmaker, Dies at 78
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by Sam Roberts
6M ago
She won Emmy and Peabody Awards for “The Loving Story,” about a Virginia couple’s successful challenge to a ban on interracial marriage ..read more
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4 Days, 690 Miles, Countless Stalls: Behold the ‘World’s Longest Yard Sale’
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by Kendall Waldman
6M ago
Everyone loves a bargain. But can anyone survive the entirety of the 127 Yard Sale, an annual four-day event that stretches from Michigan to Alabama ..read more
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