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These aerial photos of Greek fish farms look like something you might see under a microscope.

Prison's not often associated with puppies and play, but a global program pairing inmates with shelter dogs is changing that. 

Signs of Australia

Friday July 14, 2017

Local photographer Brady Michaels is recording the nation's fading vintage signs and typography – one bit of neon, shabbily painted brick or auto sculpture at a time. 

This anonymous photographer documents the serene, pastel-coloured beauty of the American mid-west.

Who said cleanliness was next to godliness?

Accidental Wes Anderson

Tuesday July 04, 2017

Wish the real world was as immaculately composed as a Wes Anderson set? The folk behind these photos have some very good news for you.

Frank Herfort’s photos capture the otherworldly pomp of Russia’s modern buildings.

You can virtually smell the old books in these photos of Europe's most architecturally significant libraries. They were snapped by Thibaud Poirier, who gained access to the continent's best book rooms while they were closed to the public. A bibliophile's dream.

Ukraine banned Soviet symbols in 2015. But statues of Vladimir Lenin can still be found – hidden in forests and private collections. These photographers went on the hunt for the country’s illicit monuments. 

Nature gets a little ominous in this photo series from Akkara Naktamna, a self-taught street photographer with an eye for the eerie. 

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