These might look like serene landscape photos. But hidden in each one is a well-disguised sniper. Reckon you can spot them?
This camera is taking a single long-exposure photo over the course of a millennium. Because good things come to those who wait.
When it comes to sport, the players are usually the focus of attention. These photos turn the camera on the brass bands whose performances bookend the contests.
Back in 1909, many years before the invention of the Go-Pro and the drone, if you wanted aerial photography you had to get your hands on one of Dr Julius Neubronner’s pigeons.
World War II lasted six years and a day. Photographer Marc Wilson has spent a comparable amount of time documenting the enigmatic ruins it left behind.
Could these South Indian homes be an homage to a postmodern architect from Milan? Either way, they’re still the best thing we’ve seen since the Taj Mahal.
Paul Schweitzer is the last typewriter repairman in New York – and one of the last in the world. But his machines will live on long after his trade does.
Want to see the world like the astronauts do? Benjamin Grant’s new site gives you the big picture once a day with these stunning photos.
These photographs capture the close-to-forgotten costumes of European pagan rituals.
How did these seafaring vessels end their service 150 kilometres inland?
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