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Lorenzo Meloni
Photo Essay

A Dark Descent: The Streets of Yemen at Night

Last year at the start of Ramadan, 28-year-old Italian photographer Lorenzo Meloni unknowingly found himself documenting the calm of daily life before this year's Arab Spring.

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Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, FSA/OWI Collection
The Backstory

Rothstein’s First Assignment

In October of 1935, the FSA photographer Arthur Rothstein came to the mountains of Virginia for his first assignment as a professional photographer. A new film on Rothstein’s life looks back on his work there and into a very disturbing narrative about a eugenics program that left many of his subjects forcibly sterilized.

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Richard Sandler
Profile

Richard Sandler’s 80s: When Greed was Good

New York City street photographer Richard Sandler was handed a Leica in 1977—it all changed from there. His photographs of New York City tapped directly into the pulse of the 80s.

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Adam Ferguson—VII Network
In Progress

From Afghan Dust to the Meandering Mekong

After spending the majority of the last three years covering the war in Afghanistan, I came to a point where I felt the Afghan dust was corroding the curiosity in my eyes. I needed to wander again and I found myself in Vientiane, Laos, on the bank of the meandering Mekong River.

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Christof Plümacher
Out There

Ground Control: Christof Plüemacher’s Europe

It was a game of lawn bowling in a British park that started fine art photographer Christof Plüemacher on his quest to capture stereotypes across Europe.

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National Geographic Entertainment
Out There

From Midnight to Midnight: Life in a Day

Oscar-winning director Kevin MacDonald makes a user-generated documentary in collaboration with YouTube—starring you.

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Norway
Closeup

The Best Pictures of the Week, July 22 – July 29

This week: A memorial for the victims of the attacks in Norway, refugee camps in Kenya, a rally in Yemen, a hot air balloon is prepared for a flight over London, a wave crashes into a ship, a fair in Srinagar, a Kashmiri vendor selling wrist watches, and all over, people jumping into bodies of water to escape hot weather.

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Moros y Cristianos festival, Mojacar, Spain
Photo Essay

Travels Through Islam: Moros y Cristianos

There may be no more curious remnant of the Muslim kingdom that Ibn Battuta knew as al-Andalus than the festival of Moros y Cristianos—Moors and Christians.

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LeRoy Grannis—M+B
Out There

LeRoy Grannis and the Golden Age of Surfing

Photographer LeRoy Grannis' nostalgic look at the birth of surf culture in 60's and 70's California.

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Carolyn Drake—Panos Pictures for TIME
Photo Essay

Travels Through Islam: Fragments of Kazakhstan

In the fourth installment of TIME's Summer Journeys series, Carolyn Drake writes about her journey to Kazakhstan.

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