Ksenya Makovetskaya

Ksenya Makovetskaya

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photo taken in a small train station in Tamil Nadu INdia 1993  I have no idea what this booth was for   so does that mean we can all be moaners next week instead ? :)

photo taken in a small train station in Tamil Nadu INdia 1993 I have no idea what this booth was for so does that mean we can all be moaners next week instead ?

Who are the next great street photographers? Where will we find them? Photo editor Olivier Laurent shares his insights

Who are the next great street photographers? Photo editor Olivier Laurent—serving on the jury of the LensCulture Street Photography Awards—shares his insights

Who are the next great street photographers? Where will we find them? Photo editor Olivier Laurent shares his insights

Who are the next great street photographers? Photo editor Olivier Laurent—serving on the jury of the LensCulture Street Photography Awards—shares his insights

Our memories are fleeting by nature—what better way to combat our forgetfulness than through photography? Creating imagery, though, is its own form of dangerous selectivity as we “edit our version of reality…”

Recall - Photographs and text by Jacob Burge

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Going in Style movie tells the ultimate go large or go home story. Willie, Joe and Albert have been friends for years and are in their twilight years.

Entitled: Der Abt Des Klosters (The Abbot Of The Monastery), Tíen Túng Sze, Chekiang Province [c1906] Ernst Boerschmann [RESTORED]  Ernst Boerschmann was a German architect detailed by the Kaiser's government to closely study Chinese architecture. In this endeavor he spent three years in China from 1906 - 1909, and returned with drawings and photographs, many of which were displayed in Berlin in the summer of 1912. In 1923, a compilation of this work was published in the form of a photogr...

This photo taken in 1906 is of the abbot of the monastery with the subject likely to be a Taoist priest. Religion was supressed during the cultural revolution under Marxist ideals. Taoists were forced to practice their religion in secret