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Steve McCurry's "Oltre Lo Sguardo” @ Villa Reale di Monza, Italy

The most valuable things you can bring to your photography can never, ever, be bought at the camera store: curiosity, patience, the willingness to put in the time, to fail, to see light and lines and anticipate moments. The ability to tell a story, express an emotion, or tell the hard truth. We’ll make better photographs when we concentrate on that and worry less about the other stuff.

Here are the answers. But I should warn you, this post quickly turned into a bit of a rant.

Frans Krajcberg por Mario Cravo Neto

Frans Krajcberg por Mario Cravo Neto

Amazing Photos from Ethiopia by Steve McCurry

asylum-art: “ Steve McCurry presents 150 photos for ‘oltre lo sguardo’ at villa reale di monza Oltre lo Sguardo site infilling the spacious rooms and neoclassically-decorated corridors at the.

This image of anonymity is pinned in response to Meyer's article. It is pretty incredible that the city of Ephraim would not recognize Latin@s  buried in the cemetery as they were not the "original founders" but "came later." Implicit in not recognizing a particular group interred here, especially a group that occupied this place before the other groups, is a form of erasure.

love that old gold color! - with blue and champagne and kraft -Kabul, Afghanistan,Steve McCurry

Jimmy Nelson - Before They Pass Away

BoredPanda Jimmy Nelsson is well-known for his portraits of tribal and indigenous people taken in more than 16 countries. Nelsson’s book is now a collector’s item.


A nomad with chronic eye problems wears goggles to ward off dust, Phala, Chang Tang, Tibet (Photo by Melvyn Goldstein/National Geographic/Getty Images)