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Black Lives Matter – British Vogue magazine gets activism cover (UK) – BBC News – 5th August 2020

(Edits) into the British cover of Vogue magazine, marking activism in the magazine among 40 ‘faces of hope’ this year.

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Watch Popcorn Popping in Super Slow Motion (100,000 fps) | Kottke

Popped popcorn kernels are like snowflakes: no two are alike. If you watch popcorn popping at the ludicrously slow speed of 100,000 fps, you can see these individualized forms flowering into existence. Source: Watch Popcorn Popping in Super Slow Motion … Continue reading

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Dynamic Dancers Show How the Whole World Is a Stage for Them | My Modern Met

By Sara Barnes on July 20, 2020   Sandy beaches, the middle of an empty street, inside a subway car — anywhere is a stage for these incredible dancers. Photographer Anna Ulman captures the dramatic beauty of dance in her … Continue reading

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Bangladesh

  Conceptual and Documentary Photographer Anindita Roy is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.[…] More: Bangladesh

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Artist Colorizes 40 Old Photos, And It Might Change The Way You Perceive History | Bored Panda

There’s just something raw about looking at a person and seeing the color of their eyes. You don’t get that with a monochromic image. #2 Helen Keller Greeting Charlie Chaplin By Feeling His Features Mads Madsen is 25 years old … Continue reading

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Stuck In The Past In The Medina Of Fès

Architect and Photographer Rokas Jankus is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Fes’. The Medina of Fès is one of the biggest, if not the biggest Medina in North Africa. It is also … Continue reading

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Cute Laundry Shop Couple Stylishly Models Clothes Left Behind by Their Patrons | Kottke

One of the downsides of running a laundry shop is sometimes people drop off their clothes to be cleaned and they never come back to pick them up or, crucially, to pay the bill for services already rendered. About a month … Continue reading

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Magical Photo Captures Cluster of Beautiful Blue Butterflies on a Tree | My Modern Met

This is absolutely beautiful! Photographer Kelvin Hudson came across a magical sight that would typically be reserved for a fairytale. While in the forest, he captured an image of a tree partially cloaked with a cluster of blue morpho butterflies. … Continue reading

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In The Name Of Freedom | Harsh Life In The Taiga

Photographer Alexis Pazoumian is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the book/project ‘Sacha’. SACHA, KING OF THE TAIGA In his quest for a sense of freedom that represents total independence, Sacha tends to his flock … Continue reading

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Photo of COVID-19 victim in Indonesia sparks fascination—and denial

Coronavirus victim wrapped in plastic shows what many didn’t want the populace to see. The body of a suspected covid-19 victim lies in an Indonesian hospital. After the patient died, nurses wrapped the body in layers of plastic and applied … Continue reading

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