“Hong Kong in the Rain” photographs by Christophe Jacrot

"Hong Kong in the Rain" - photographs by Christophe Jacrot. I've wandered in Hong Kong in the rain. This picture really made me want to go back.

Varadarajaswamy Temple, Kanchipuram ::   Photograph by Dinodia Dinodia, Photolibrary    ::    A man steps through a doorway at the Varadarajaswamy Temple in Kanchipuram, “city of a thousand temples.” Kanchipuram is also known for silk saris—a thriving business here.

Blue doors: Secret door Varadarajaswamy Temple in Kanchipuran, India. A bright blue color surrounded by muted neutrals.

Miraichan - http://kawashimakotori.com/work/

The intensity with which Japanese photographer Kawashima Kotori' s daughter Mirai-chan regards hand-washing, meal-eating, and blue soft-ser.

I see ocean. I see neon pink and yellow, and the faint impressions of a smile.

A year in the life of travel photographer, Julie Mayfeng: India, Jodhpur, Blue house

Miraichan - http://kawashimakotori.com/work/

buy·them·by·packs: Mirai chan de Kawashima Kotori

Left, right and straight on.

“mpdrolet: Old couple sit in their unheated living room, close to the southern border, Romania Tamas Dezso ”

1st Prize Contemporary Issues Stories: Tahani, who married her husband Majed when she was 6 years old and he was 25 years old, poses for a portrait with her former classmate Ghada, also a child bride outside their mountain home in Hajjah, Yemen, June 10, 2010. Nearly half of all women in Yemen were married as children. (Stephanie Sinclair/VII Photo Agency/National Geographic Magazine) #

2012 World Press Photo Contest Winners

Minors: Tahani (front), is seen with her husband Majed, and her former classmate Ghada (rear), and her husband outside their home in Hajjah, Yemen

Editorial uneditorial.

Available for sale from Robert Klein Gallery, Alex Webb, Sancti Spiritus, Cuba Fuji Crystal Archive print, 20 × 30 in

World Press Photo of the Year 2011 - Samuel Aranda

WORLD PRESS PHOTO OF THE YEAR 2011 15 October 2011 A woman holds a wounded relative in her arms, inside a mosque used as a field hospital by demonstrators against the rule of President Ali Abdullah Saleh, during clashes in Sanaa, Yemen on 15 October

1st Prize Daily Life Stories: Marco leads Monica from their bedroom to the living room in Buenos Aires. Monica was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. (Alejandro Kirchuk) #

2012 World Press Photo Contest Winners

the prize Daily Life Stories of the 2012 World Press Photo contest by Alejandro Kirchuk, Argentina "Never Let You Go". Marcos leads Monica from their room to the living room in Buenos Aires. Monica was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.

The Jones Family by Liz Hingley   Roughly 1.6 million children across the UK live their daily lives in severe poverty.

Liz Hingley – The Jones Family ‹ Festival della Fotografia Etica

A Gun to Your Head: Inside Post-Soviet Interrogation Rooms    Read more: http://lightbox.time.com/2012/02/13/a-gun-to-your-head-inside-post-soviet-interrogation-rooms/#ixzz1mGuMA8y3

A Gun to Your Head: Inside Post-Soviet Interrogation Rooms

In this terrifyingly real photobook, Canadian photojournalist Donald Weber takes us inside police interrogation rooms in Ukraine

Striking colors, contrast with black. Background's clean. Well-angled, almost at eye level.

Flower power

Striking colors, contrast with black. Well-angled, almost at eye level.

Banksy in Tokyo

I'm loving the wide construction worker pants on this guy in Tokyo

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