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Wonderful look "inside the ginger experience" by @MattMcNYT. Photos by Marina Rosso on @nytimesphoto:
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A catalogue of my people. MT @nytimesphoto: A photog captures gingers in all their blazing, freckled varieties.
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Red in the gene pool: A photog captures gingers in all their blazing, freckled varieties.
Witty photos of #SanFrancisco from the summer of 1964 by Arthur Tress
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At the age of 73, Arthur Tress now looks at his archives from his lucky summer during the 60s in San Francisco.
A photographer’s summer of luck in San Francisco (circa 1960s).
Day 23 of a journey up I-35. We meet Ignacio, who doesn't have legal status. #TheWayNorth
Something to cheer: A remarkable archive of historical sports photographs from @nytimes.
"You can’t change the laws without changing the images." @MuholiZanele's photos of #LGBTQ women in South Africa.
"You could barely find any positive images of black lesbians." A South African photog's activistism through her work.
Horse racing has plunged in Italy. Not quite the #BelmontStakes. (Photo by Marco Casino)
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Horse racing has taken a nosedive in Italy. Curious of those affected, a photog points his lens behind the tracks.
Instagram: @heislerphoto continues up Interstate 35, documenting middle America as it changes with immigration.
D-DAY 70 yrs hence: Normandy beach, Hollande and Obama w WW2 vets,. vintage plane, Obama, Putin, et al, at luncheon.
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Empty stables. Abandoned racetracks. This isn't the Belmont Stakes. Italy is far from it.
25 years ago the #TankMan of #Tiananmen Square took a stand. Read the real story behind the iconic photos
Escaping poverty, thousands of Japanese immigrants entered Brazil in search of work in the 1920s. One took photos.
Haruo Ohara's photos of Japanese laborers who immigrated to Brazil a century ago, show strong ties to their homeland.
The Tank Man of Tiananmen Square: The story behind the famous photo
25 year since the death of Ayatollah Khomeini, @GettyImages photog John Moore, takes a visual survey of Iran today.
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