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Photographing abuelas — or grandmothers — who left Mexico to make a home in the U.S.
#abuelas! A photographer asked these Mexican Grandmothers living in New York City how they wanted to be seen.
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Terrific photos of saving orangutans in Indonesia by @uletifan
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“I feel like Flint is falling. It just keeps on falling.” In Flint, Michigan, worries run deeper than tainted water.
These women were asked to depict their ideal partners. Here's what they created:
Portraits of Mexican grandmothers in New York who are economic and cultural anchors of their families
In Hamburg, Germany, a professional soccer stadium is also home to an early-education program.
Using a computer program to draw their dream man
A cactus in bloom is pure poetry
Fans of Selena, who was murdered in 1995, gather to celebrate her life.
At 17, Armand Duplantis is already "the Tiger Woods of pole vaulting:”
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A photographer asked these women to depict their ideal partner. Here's what they created. #nyportfolio17
Early photos of Bob Dylan that went unseen for over 30 years
Looking back on a life in photography @RichardsEugene
Images of their ideal men were made with programs normally used by police to depict criminals
At the home of F.C. St. Pauli, dribbling has two meanings. Inside the world's coolest daycare:
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Portraits of women paired with a computer generated image of their ideal man #nyportfolio17
President Trump during a call with @AstroPeggy, who surpassed the record for most time in space by an American
These women were asked to depict their ideal partners. Here's what they created:
Much of Singapore lies less than 50 feet above sea level
The tea lady, once a fixture at British soccer clubs, endures mostly as a mythical image. Photos:
At just 17, Mondo Duplantis aims to elevate his sport
The island off the southern tip of Malaysia reveals the future of building in an epoch of dwindling territory
Remembering the world’s oldest person, in the objects she left behind
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