Courtesy The National Film Board of Canada

Vancouver Street View, Circa 1948

An exciting new app allows users to visit the Vancouver of the past, and to walk around it Street View style.

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Frederic Brenner courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery
Out There

Picturing the Holy Land: 12 Photographers Chart a Region’s Complexities

This Place is the collective product, nearly a decade in the making, of 12 renowned photographers who each took up residence for a spell in Israel and the West Bank.

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Qin Hao
Toolbox

Meet Panono, the All-Seeing Camera You Toss in the Air

It might look a bit like space-age basketball, but it's actually a portable, bounce-able Google streetview-style camera. Meet Panono, a passion project by Berlin-born photographer Jonas Pfeil.

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EGYPT. Cairo. 2012.
Out There

After the Revolution: Interior Lives in Egypt

Bieke Depoorter, a photographer based in Belgium, has found a way to uniquely document everyday Egyptian life.

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A woman and children hide inside Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, Sept. 21, 2013.
Out There

Tyler Hicks, Josh Haner Pick Up 2014 Photography Pulitzer Prizes

New York Times photographers Tyler Hicks and Josh Haner have both won Pulitzer Prizes.

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Casa Susanna, powerHouse books
Out There

Casa Susanna: Photographs From a 1950s Transvestite Hideaway

At the height of 1950's conformity a group of men escaped to Casa Susanna in the Catskills to discover their inner female selves. Now, TIME talks to Harvey Fierstein about his newest play, which drew inspiration from that very hideaway.

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China PandasChina Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda (CCRCGP) owns both the Ya'an Bifengxia panda base, where you'll be working on this expedition, and the Wolong National Nature Reserve wilderness training site.
Photo Essay

Inside The (Not So) Secret World of Pandas

Unique, shy, and drifting towards extinction, pandas still remain a recognizable symbol of conservation worldwide. Photographer Ami Vitale accompanied a crew from PBS and National Geographic Television to the mountainous region of Sichuan Province, China to document giant pandas that are slated to be released into the wild at the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda at Wolong.

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*** BESTPIX *** Rwanda Prepares For 20th Commemoration Of 1994 Genocide
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Pictures of the Week: April 4 — April 11

From the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide to the world’s largest elections in India, to UConn’s NCAA victory and millions of tulips in bloom in Amsterdam, TIME presents the best pictures of the week

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Q. Sakamaki, Instagram, Follow Friday
Follow Friday

#LightBoxFF: Q. Sakamaki’s Surreal Snapshots

Redux photographer Q. Sakamaki has covered protests, riots, and disasters, but his Instagram feed is full of gracefully composed moments of serenity.

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Ruth Snyder
The Backstory

The First Photograph of an Execution by Electric Chair

With Tennessee Senators voting to reinstate the electric chair to execute capital inmates, TIME looks at the first known photograph of this controversial form of capital punishment.

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Miranda Lichtenstein
Out There

Beautiful Lies at Giverny: Vibrant Polaroids by Miranda Lichtenstein

At first glance, Miranda Lichtenstein’s Polaroids may seem to be simply vibrant, pastel-infused studies of flowers. But look a little closer, and they get just a little less bright – and even more interesting.

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