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L’âge critique

  • 10.11.2008

L\'âge critique by Nicolas Savary

L’âge critique (The sensitive age) by Nicolas Savary

The Pink & Blue project

The Pink & Blue project by JeongMee Yoon

Belgium, Dampremy, a poor district of Charleroi (2008)

See this story by Gert Jochems

Geography of Nowhere by Anne Lass


  • 23.10.2008

peri-urban landscapes in Europe
« Untitled », Euroland, 2000, lambda print 39.4 x 47.2 inches
34 photographs of peri-urban landscapes in Europe
taken with a 4×5 view camera.

Euroland by Edith Roux

Gun Nation

  • 22.10.2008

LA family purchase semi-automatic weapon for home protection.

A journey into American gun culture.

By Zed Nelson


  • 09.10.2008

Apnée by Elodie Ledure

Emerging Talent from Belgian schools of photography 2008

Arcadia redesigned

  • 01.10.2008

See more from the series Arcadia redesigned
Photographer website: Herman Van den Boom

Dad’s Wall

  • 09.09.2008

by fotofacade
Larger picture here (may take some time to download)


  • 03.09.2008

Foeniculum vulgare (Umbelliferae)
Malva silvestris L. (Malvaceae)

See more from the series Flowers
Photographer website: Axel Hoedt

soviet roadside bus-stops

The Soviet Roadside Bus-stop by Christopher Herwig.
Via polar inertia.


  • 11.08.2008

Blue Corner : no size : 2004

See more from the series Plenty
Photographer website: Gregory Schaffer

baloon yellow camera

William Lamson – Intervention

Common Ground by Scott Strazzante

On July 2, 2002, Jean and Harlow Cagwin watched as their home — the last remnant of their 118-acre cattle farm in Lockport, Illinois — was torn down clearing the way for a new housing development. Several years later, Ed and Amanda Grabenhofer and their four children moved into the new Willow Walk subdivision, their house just yards from where the Cagwin’s home once stood.

Common Ground introduces us to the lives touched by this land, as photographer Scott Strazzante takes us on a visual journey exploring the differences and similarities of these two families while simultaneously asking us to look at what is common among us all.

Via Mediapart


  • 18.07.2008

View all in this Flickr set.

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