Photo Essay
The latest photo stories from TIME’s contributors.

I’m a Stranger Here Myself: Reflections on World Tourism Day

Matthieu Gafsou—Courtesy Galerie C

On World Tourism Day, LightBox presents a series of photos that speak to the tourist in all of us.

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Mishka Henner
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Eighteen Pumpjacks: A Look at Oil on the American Landscape

Mishka Henner’s latest work explores the mark left by the oil industry on the American landscape through a series of photographs taken from imaging satellites orbiting Earth which resemble Abstract Expressionist canvases.

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Solar Fields Two and Three, 4 September 2013
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The Ivanpah Solar Project: Generating Energy Through Fields of Mirrors

LightBox presents Jamey Stillings’ epic black-and-white images of Ivanpah, a solar field of mirrors generating energy in the Mojave Desert.

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Mary Ellen Mark
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Almost Human: Mary Ellen Mark’s Photos of Animals

A new show in Oaxaca, Mexico highlights Mark’s work in the animal kingdom.

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Frustration and Suffering in Haiti’s Mental Facilities

More than three years after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake devastated Haiti, many Haitians are still desperately trying to recover. Photographer Fabio Bucciarelli documented the plight of those languishing in the island nation’s psychiatric facilities.

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Agence LeJournal/SIPA via TIME
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Witness to a Syrian Execution: “I Saw a Scene of Utter Cruelty”

A rare series of images from a photojournalist chronicles a harrowing scene near Aleppo.

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Eugene Richards for TIME
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When Age Produces Beauty: Photographs of Legends at Work

TIME commissioned Eugene Richards to photograph prominent American artists who are in their 80s or about to arrive there. What follows are pictures from eight of those encounters in the studios, homes and galleries of John Baldessari, Mark di Suvero, Robert Frank, Robert Irwin, Alex Katz, Faith Ringgold, Betye Saar and Wayne Thiebaud.

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Llandudno Pier, North Wales, March 2011
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The Victorian Pleasure Piers of a British Summer

The unusually pleasant British summer is drawing to a close: beaches are emptying, ice-cream parlors are shutting up shop and the pleasure arcades are subsiding into an eerie, post-vacation silence. One thing, however, remains — and that is the pleasure pier. Simon Roberts’ latest book, Pierdom, chronicles these remaining vestiges of an era gone by.

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Robin Schwartz for TIME
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A Glimpse Into the World of Dog Couture

With the start of New York City’s Fashion Week, photographer Robin Schwartz presents an insider’s view into another kind of couture: the bizarre, extreme, wonderful world of doggie fashion.

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Greg Miller
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The Bus Stop Between Two Worlds: Photographs by Greg Miller

As students all over the world head back to school after the summer break, LightBox presents Greg Miller’s large-format 8×10 series on school bus stops alongside rural roadways.

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