Tonje Brustuen

Tonje Brustuen

Oslo, Norway / Fruits of my surfing loins
Tonje Brustuen
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A century ago their ancestors sought shelter in Syria after escaping the genocide perpetrated by the Ottoman Turks. Now Syrian Armenians reverse the trek.

A century ago their ancestors sought shelter in Syria after escaping the genocide perpetrated by the Ottoman Turks. Now Syrian Armenians reverse the trek.

Walden Pond may conjure images of a New England idyll. But given the human activity around Thoreau’s touchstone, you’re more likely to find people taking selfies than engaging in self-reflection.

Walden Pond may conjure images of a New England idyll. But given the human activity around Thoreau’s touchstone, you’re more likely to find people taking selfies than engaging in self-reflection.

For years Mahtab Hussain has photographed working-class Asian Muslim men in England as part of a portrait series that counters simplistic narratives that portray Muslims as refugees or terrorists.

For years Mahtab Hussain has photographed working-class Asian Muslim men in England as part of a portrait series that counters simplistic narratives that portray Muslims as refugees or terrorists.

plastic bag landscapes by vilde rolfsen.

plastic bag landscapes by vilde rolfsen.

Duane Michaels - Grandpa Goes to Heaven (1989) #photography. My God, it's like a dream I had once.

Duane Michaels - Grandpa Goes to Heaven (1989) #photography. My God, it's like a dream I had once.

One of photography’s most compelling aspects is that it catalogs the passing of time. This characteristic is ingeniously depicted in Barbara Davatz’s series As Time Goes By, which began in 1982 and has continued over 30 years into 2014. The ambitious project started simply, with single photographs of 12 couples, and in subsequent years—1988, 1997, and 2014—included additional snapshots of their lives at that time. Each is a fascinating display of how much people change throughout the…

One of photography’s most compelling aspects is that it catalogs the passing of time. This characteristic is ingeniously depicted in Barbara Davatz’s series As Time Goes By, which began in 1982 and has continued over 30 years into 2014. The ambitious project started simply, with single photographs of 12 couples, and in subsequent years—1988, 1997, and 2014—included additional snapshots of their lives at that time. Each is a fascinating display of how much people change throughout the…

Photographer Jamie Diamond takes family portraits. But these aren’t the kind you…

Photographer Jamie Diamond takes family portraits. But these aren’t the kind you…

Love Land Stop Time by Jur Oster and Vera van de Sandt

Love Land Stop Time by Jur Oster and Vera van de Sandt