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Edge of Humanity Magazine Contributors’ List 2016

Saira was attacked with acid by her fiance after refusing to move in with him before the wedding.
Izabella Demavlys
Charlotta's Baby Obukhovo
Joakim Eskildsen
Elephants are not the only commodity being traded. This year has also seen a rise in the illegal sale of rhinos and tigers. This is just one of 16 tigers cubs seized on Friday (26 Oct).
James Morgan
Alice Mann
INNER MONGOLIA - 2010/2011
Thomas Alleman
Dexter and Doe Somerville, NJ
JP Terlizzi
Zhu Lan Qing
Matthieu Gafsou
You choose the path. School or prison?
Theo Gould
As her mobility declines Mum stays in her room more and more. Her windowsill becomes a substitute for the garden.
Celine Marchbank
Cigarette Lady Vera Cruz
Jane Fulton Alt
Raul Mora Avalos - is a Hook Tender on a high lead logging operation. His answer to my question, ‘What do you like most about working in the woods?’ was “When I get home and my little girl runs and jumps into my arms and says, ‘Hello sweet daddy’.” Near Fort Bragg, California, 2004
David Paul Bayles
Yann Theveniaud
City of London (Cheapside is the street)
Max Barstow
Kevin Grass
Tuareg camel rider
Terri Gold
The Lip Gloucester Rd
James Koch
Mei Xian Qiu
James Wigger
Greensboro North Carolina
David Nikias
Ranger with Tusks of Killed Elephant
Nick Brandt
Mariam Sagar: "I don't have any dreams at all! We lost everything and I don't have any hopes left in my life. I cannot study, our house is totally destroyed, my brothers and sisters are hungry, my dad is sick and the only thing I am waiting for is the end."
Fernando Vacaflores
Turjoy Chowdhury
Linda, originally from Trinidad, is a single mother of a seven-year old daughter and the main carer of her elderly mother. She has been waiting several years for the Home Office to decide if she can remain permanently in the UK. Until November 2014 she was living in a small flat that she rented from an uncle. But, out of the blue, she received a notice of eviction. Her confused residency situation meant that she was not eligible for housing assistance.
Cinzia D’Ambrosi
Dennis Hof, Owner of Four Brothels Bunny Ranch, Carson City
Marc McAndrews
Simone Lueck
Indiana, PA
Michael Donnor
Dead Johnson County, Kentucky
Gloria Feinstein
Siberian Railroad
Victoria Crayhon
Forgive Me
Rachael Banks
A Texas NoBody Texas State Fair
Christopher Chadbourne
Seko, Sleeps amongst gifts and supplies on route to Malawi,Wineloop Flats
Marc Shoul
Anastasia milking cow
John Darwell
Valentin Braun Zürich, Switzerland
Joachim Manuel Riederer
Traditional Farm kitchen Puno Region, Peru
Andrea Carroll
Agustin Ciarfaglia
Manuel Armenis
Gabriele Viertel
Kisa Kavass
Sayaka Maruyama
Eyes that want to glow, lives that want to spread wings Mumbai, India
Debmalya Ray Choudhuri
Andrea Carboni
Taro Karibe
Roland 19 years old -alias Lady Gaga
Michelle Sank
Kari Wehrs
Big Jack Johnson Memphis, Tennessee
David Katzenstein
Elephant Girl Philadelphia 1965
George Krause
Francesco Mastalia
Gas Chamber With Two Chairs, Missouri State Penitentiary, 2012
Lee Saloutos
Jessica Arneback
Los Agapantos Pork Products Norberto has been butchering all his life. Besides the actual slaughtered animal, he also produces sausage, chorizo, and liverwurst that he sells locally. The day I was taking the photo, he had three guys helping him with the killing and gutting of eight piglets and a large boar. They were very disorganized and one of the piglets managed to jump from the truck they were being kept in and ran away. By the time I left, they were still looking for him. San Jorge, Buenos Aires Province 2014
Guillermo Srodek-Hart
Daniele Brescia
Oliver Mac . Dick Mac’s Pub, Dingle Co Kerry, Ireland
Kelvin Hudson
Dark subway escalator in Prague
Jan Sears
Wedding Accrington
Kostek Poland
Montpellier, France
Yuri Rasin
Cornelia Hediger
Les Visages et la Main
Thomas Devaux
Roger Ballen
Spring Movement
Neil Broadway
Varial Cedric Houin



Plaza Constitución & The Daily Physical Effects Of Argentina’s  Economy


Theo Gould
Bed, 2009
Lynne Bowman Cravens
Music therapy projects run by Warchild in Mostar, Bosnia.
Keith Brame
Morning View
Liam Arthur
With The Pack
Tom Chambers
Brian Finke
Lionel Greenaway Polyester Polishing
Christopher Payne/Benrubi Gallery
North India
Noela Roibas
Mitch Having Breakfast Long Beach Island, NJ
Lauren Grabelle
Emma Powell
Milk and Honey
Kristen Hatgi Sink
Mushfiqul Alam
Hand Ayurvedic Medical Center, Neyyar Dam, Kerala
Flora Hastings
Raymundo Ávila, 8, cries after not being allowed to follow a group of visitors that left the orphanage. Raymundo often has to be distracted when visitors leave to keep him from becoming upset
Eric Kayne
“We all have to share the sea” Sean Dennison,
Joanne Coates
Dina Oganova
Nabi-Saleh Argument: A heated argument erupted at the regular protest in Nabi-Saleh, West Bank. The Israeli soldier demanded the protester leave the area and became aggressive when told “he would not leave”.
Edward Crawford
Ellen Rosenberg
This area was full of thriving shops, arcades and cafes.
Dawn Mander
Andrea Boscardin
Duplin County
David Simonton
A young boy in a small village heavily affected by the AIDS virus near Mambone, Mozambique. (2005)
Andy Clark
Slaughterhouse elegy
Tamas Schild
La Revanche dans les Latrines
Diogo Duarte
Sippy Cup
Polly Gaillard
Board Meeting Koley Market
Ritesh Ghosh
Rounded Bergy Bit Antarctic Peninsula February 2010
Camille Seaman
Misha is a man who signed a two-year contract with no holidays, far away from his family, because there had been no work available at home for years, and because his daughter had recently become ill and needed expensive medical care. Pyramiden, Spitsbergen
Ville Lenkkeri
Fulani women pounding millet. Road between Mopti & Timbuktu
Maynard Switzer
Miguel Lattanzi
Brazilian fans photographing during departure of Germany's World Cup 2006 Dortmund, Germany
Andre Feltes
De Zwarte Zwaan 1979
Peter de Ru
Elvis Rings
Dan Wood
A Photograph of the Crab Nebula Eaten by Bacteria Found on a Restaurant Table
Marcus DeSieno
Yoshinori Mizutani
Tidal Plain 009
J.Mark Griffith
Le Bestiaire magnifique
Fabrice Picard
Udell Jimenez
Bubble gum Hattiesburg
Betty Press
American flag in garage, 2002
Lisa Kereszi
Spaniel with Pheasant
Shelley Calton
Eglise Saint Sepulcre Jerusalem
Didier Bizet
Combines and oil wells Ellsworth County
Larry Schwarm
Akkara Naktamna
Solal Israel
Protest march Morelia
David Katzenstein
Schlosstheater, Ludwigsburg, 2015 ... a view, I seldom take, but in this case because of the original painted background panels, which they change every year.
Klaus Frahm
MIramar Beach
Mark Indig
The Velvet TeU
Yoichi Nagata
Paradisus: (paradise), where the chicks are, maybe going (?)
Roberto Greco
The Embrace Pastel, acrylic, oil, & antique wall paper on canvas
Caitlin Karolczak
Carlos Escolastico
Couple Dancing Grooves Bar Shanghai
Bertien van Manen
Yedigoller, Turkey
Doruk Sikman
Seventeen-year-old Chloe was talking with friends on the street when a stray bullet hit her in the head. Kansas City, Missouri, 2013
Kathy Shorr
Shahinoor & Nipa, 2013 - ‘I am a woman and I love another woman. I want to live with my lover. I don’t want anyone to come between us. We don’t want anyone among us to commit suicide, to get hurt, to become addicted to drugs, to cut themselves. Let us live the way we want to. Now is the time to open up and talk about it’
Gazi Nafis Ahmed
21st Century problem. A young Brokpa boy hangs out of the window for better mobile phone reception.
AJ Heath
4101 - Gordon Erb - Tandem Mill Operating Tech, Arcelor Mittal Steel - Cleveland, Ohio
Carl Corey
Mrs. Im, 2015
Soohyun Kim
Some women carry their babies in strollers and others in their arms.
Francisco Alcala Torreslanda
A former worker from the mine chemical facility in her home in Rosia Montana
Vesselina Nikolaeva
Nina with her children and their grandfather Grahamstown, South Africa, 2013
Katharine Cooper
Abandoned seaside hotel with Sea turle shells Mtwara, Tanzania, 1994
Obie Oberholzer
Juego De La Vida
Patrick Ems
São Paulo, Brazil- February 7, 2016: A female Brazilian samba dancer called a "Muse" is performing in costume for the samba school Mocidade Alegre at the Amhembi Sambadrome in Sao Paulo.
Samy St Clair
Marcel Wennink
The Mouthful Bahia Magdalena, Mexico
Simone Caprodossi
Colette Stevenson
Ashimoto series
Cesar Ordonez
In the End Still Behind Wire
Jon Kral
Dina Oganova
Attie De Vos Booysens, Pretoria “Ek het geval [I have fallen].” After completing his national service, De Vos was employed on the railways as a boilermaker, eventually securing himself a permanent job with the Pretoria City Council. “I even bought my own house.” Then, when employment equity was introduced, he says he was forced into voluntary retrenchment. “I lost my house, and then my [previous] marriage was gone. I started selling vegetables off my bakkie to survive.” He has since lost the bakkie as he fell further. Now De Vos works as a smous (hawker), making firelighters of his own invention — a secret formula of petrol, styrofoam and plastic that even burns in water — which he sells for R20 a bottle, working seven days a week. His skin is baked to copper from his time on the road. “Living in the tent, every time I come from work, it’s like I’m on holiday,” he laughs. But he doesn’t make enough to properly feed his family.
Dean Hutton
Carlo Gianferro
In the 1980s the Shining Path (Sendero Luminoso) was upending the daily life of rural Peru. I was on assignment in the Cusco region during this period, sent with a group to document valuable artwork in remote convents and monasteries to prevent theft. Even though the Urubamba valley was stable there were often military gatherings in the main square of Cusco to put on a show of strength. The scene depicted here is enhanced by the presence of the hat in the center, which strengthens the composition while at the same time juxtaposing the local inhabitant with the often-ineffectual government forces. One wonders what this man was thinking at the time – who was friend and who was foe.
David Katzenstein
Gossiping with the Neighbors
Emily Matyas
Jenny Boot
Tahmineh Monzavi
Angela and friend pour Coca Cola
Janet Delaney
Martha Stewart She Was Not (for underneath her smile was a woman cracking under the pressure of domestication)
Heather Evans Smith
The New Pitch Card
Leslie Brown
Markku Lahdesmaki
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Giovanni Presutti
Jeffrey Milstein
Betty Kilbrigh, 38 years old, Austin, Texas She joined the military in 1989. Betty specializes in military transport; she drove jeeps, trailer trucks, trucks and heavy equipment transporters. She was deployed in a base on Saudi Arabia closed to the Iranian border, where she was raped. She says: Sexual harassment is a constant practice, if they didn’t respect us at the base, how could they respect us and protect us in the battle field?
Gabriele Galimberti
Prostitution exchange for a dose of heroin is normal in the park.
Luca Aimi
After Dinner They are lodged in a single-room tent. They no longer have a kitchen or a dishwasher. After dinner they do the dishes in front of the tent. These are the last tasks of the day at a refugee camp. A little girl keeps her mother company as she does the dishes. Besiri Refugee Camp, 05.Dec.2014
Aydin Cetinbostanoglu
Andre Penteado
Log piles Block 0582 Ghost Valley July 2015
Olivier Du Tre
Bright Lights and the disappointed face
Ritam Talukdar
Istanbul EOH (c) C. Lessire 7
Caroline Lessire
Katharina Fitz
Happy Bride
Mick Yates
Julie Hrudova
Liora Naiman
Marc Gruninger
Green Beads Teenage girls are often forced into prostitution which is legal.
Theo Anderson
Men dig the holes to plant tobacco near Zomba. They start work before sunrise to avoid the heat. Malawi’s economy is heavily dependent on the demand for tobacco. Burley leaf tobacco is responsible for over 70% of Malawi’s foreign earnings.
Ian McNaught Davis
Eritrean Community
Guido Caltabiano
 Jamal age 20, he came from Morocco in 2008. .
Sander de Wilde
Alex scavenges a buffalo hide.
Matt Hamon
The separation wall between Jerusalem and 'Shoafat' Refugee Camp.
Yaniv Nadav
Hiroshi Watanabe
Jessica McDermott
Havana, Cuba
Sean Carnehan
Gabriel d’Alincourt
He's Got the Look Spinningfields, Manchester
Keith Vaughton
Eva Clifford
Doorway Saltburn by the Sea, England
Paul Carmody
Old book on the floor of abandoned building, Athens, Greece.
Andreas Kamoutsis
An Heavenly Palace
Matteo Fabi
Kennedy Lake British Columbia, Canada
Zak van Biljon
Syrian girl holding her younger sibling.
Szymon Barylski
The Circumciser 'Mohel'
Dror Garti
Polio victims Naja Atu Yusif (L) and Adamu Yusif (R), in the courtyard of their primary school in Kano. While Naja can limp, Adamu can't walk and has to use a tricycle to move around. Kano, Nigeria
Tadej Znidarcic
Akis Detsis
Remembering her childhood She was 16 years old on the day of her wedding. In her new house she hugged the little bridesmaids and cried. Maybe she thought of herself as a child like in a near past. Tekirdag - 2007
Aydin Cetinbostanoglu
Bingjie Huang, a Cantonese opera actor. He began to learn Cantonese opera when he was young. Bingjie hopes that his grandson could inherit his cause.
Wenjun Chen and Yanmei Jiang
Iacopo Pasqui
Anne-Sophie Guillet
Mitja Kobal
Muse Belle Isle, Detroit
Chemical Lens
Migration 8
Craig Becker
Row of Dancers Guantanamo
Lynne Buchanan
Train Station Calgary, Canada
Danny Miller
 Plaza Paja Madrid. Spain
Jim Henderson
Diptych Chittagong, Bangladesh 2000
Edward Burtynsky
Ultrasound Maternity Ward, Kanombe Hospital, Kigali, Rwanda
Julia Gunther
Centro de Orientación Femenino, Obrajes , Bolivia
Hannah Kozak
Debiprasad Mukherjee
Reindeer Race Bayandalai Ganbat (11) rides his father’s reindeer.
Madoka Ikegami
Wrong Number
Sean Dana
Waterside Restaurant
Geoff Tynan
Anastasia Bogomolova
Locke, Sacramento, CA, USA
Jeremiah Gilbert
Andy Mellor
Solonetu Nou
Jacek Konieczny
The Watcher A surfer, done for the day, sits with his surfboard on a wall outside Walls beach in Waikiki and surveys the happenings around him. Waikiki Beach, HI
Diana Nicholette
Palm Harbor
Marta Kochanek
Escape myself
Yiannis Yiasaris
A group of Cowhunters on search of Hairy Dick Bulls, a term for the wild cows in the bush that are related to the cows that Ponce De Leon brought from Spain in 1521.
Jon Kral
I receive a tutorial on cooking, shooting and the benefits of taking advantage of The Needle Exchange, located a few blocks away... Genevine is honest about her addiction, and thanks God each time before she injects.
Suzanne Stein
A controlled burn of a crop field in the Polish town of Brzezinka, in view of the extermination camp Auschwitz II - Birkenau.
Danny Ghitis
Nick St.Oegger
Cassandra Klos
Painted Suri Girl Kibish
Trevor Cole
Lindsey Brunsman
Guillaume Hebert
Smoking Penn Station
Michael Kowalczyk
Mother and Child Living with the effects of Leprosy, a mother begs for money while her child plays. Chennai, India
David Covarrubia
 Kanazawa 1 Kanazawa, Japan
Chantal Le Brun
The Night City III
Neil Hemsley
Chasing The Extreme Barrika, Spain
Patrick Ems
House Hunter
Michael Jantzen
Son of a War veteran, Doduc Duyen (Born in 1997) has eyes that cannot see, ears that cannot hear, and a body he cannot control. He was born with a face‐sized tumor on his head and had it surgically removed when he was 18 months old with the financial aid of the Taiwanese NGO. The tumor is growing back again, but this time is accompanied with severe paralysis and epilepsy symptoms. His only hope in life is his mother’s unconditional motherly love. The War brought destruction on generations after generations for mankind. The mother’s love for her child is the only defense for this mother and son. (Dec. 8, 2012)
Youngho Kang
‘Once lived in’. An abandoned croft at Balnreich, Perthshire, Scottish Highlands, that was formed part of a small township (village). Now devoid of people following the Highland Clearances.
Rob Clamp
London Bridge Underground
ELLK Photography
Strong woman face Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
Tarang Jagannath
Bethlehem ,Rachel Tomb Enclave 2009
Pavel Wolberg
Around Canción del Olvido, Madrid, Spain
Rosemary, Radish, Veronica's Father, Veronica's Mother, Banana Muffin, The men from the oil fields in Alaska.
Tanya Houghton
TANZANIA Rain This was taken in Tanzania. I was working with WaterAid shooting stories about water and sanitation. We arrive at a village that was about to sign an agreement that would start the process to get help. The chief and all the village were crammed into this building but something was wrong and the chief would not sign. So as not to influence the situation I and my WA contact went and sat in the car. That's when the skies let rip. As with most of the places we went to westerners were a rare sight so the children were curious. This was a fleeting second but it was ours. No agreement was reached that day. I really hope it has since.
Alex Macro
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Gillmar Said Villamil
Gianluca Micheletti
Marianna Cardenio
Alex Schneideman
Pàtric Marín
Patric Marin
A heroin-addicted homeless woman takes off the tourniquet with the needle still in her arm in a public injecting site in Bradford. The floor is littered with needles, syringes and other injecting paraphernalia.
John Bolloten
Purulia Hospital, Purulia, India, Aug 2014
Hassan Nezamian
North Zone of The Jungle, Calais, France, March 2016 In order to survive in the Jungle men has set up various kinds of trade. Groceries, hairdressers, coffee shops, restaurants are found there. These refugees initiative gave rise to a black economy within the Jungle. Sikandar Zamaan is Pakistani. He runs his grocery where calling cards, packets of tobacco for 2 Euros, and a wide range of soda are for sell.
Mahé Aguera
‘ Night streets of Gazipur’ A female garment worker walks home alone. Dhaka, Bangladesh
Stephanie Simcox
Robert Johnson House, Franklin, New York.
Dana Matthews
Evening prayer (Aarti) at bank of river Shipra Evening prayer generate calm spiritual environment.
Tarang Jagannath
BackLit Calgary
Funeh Aliu
Tokyo Metro passengers make their way through the crowds to catch their train at the Shinjuku-Sanchome station. Tokyo
Amanda Cowan
Wojtek Kogut
Mother and Son A Gypsy balloon seller family Sitges, Spain 1994
Lluis Ripoll
Rainy Nights in Downtown Sacramento California
Henry Huynh
Scarlet Macaw feather
Chris Maynard
Assimilation Wheatland County, Alberta, Canada
Kris Schofield
Carolyn Meltzer
I have been trained to give sexual services to handicapped people by the association Sexualité et Handicap. I think this is really important work. If you are paralysed you can’t even masturbate. Sometimes handicapped clients are brought here by their families – Angelina
Ana Pollard
Hajara Mukyala’s with two children of her children. Hajara is a sex worker and violence survivor. She was raped when she was 14 and became pregnant and was infected by HIV from the rape. She had no choice but turn to prostitution to give her children an education. Hajara suffered horrific violence from her customers. She joined Tusitukirewamu Women’s Group in Bwaise to help other women.
Claudia Janke
"Sugar Daddy” and young girlfriend Lilongwe, Malawi
Mick Yates
I have been trained to give sexual services to handicapped people by the association Sexualité et Handicap. I think this is really important work. If you are paralysed you can’t even masturbate. Sometimes handicapped clients are brought here by their families – Angelina
Ana Pollard
Katerina Belkina
Rebecca L Webb
Odisha, India
David Katzenstein
Chrystel Mukeba
Olivia wins the 12 year section at Junior Nationals and is overcome with emotion as she takes her place on the podium.
Lyndal Irons
African elephant with female human body painted with the elephants markings.
Lennette Newell
Lady Child Village in West Senegal (region of Podor)
Adrien Tache
Barber Preparing a client for a road side haircut. Jodhpur
Chris Moret
The City
Claudio Gomboli
Beijing, China
Alejandro Cupi
Gary Austin
Marlow, New Hampshire, USA
David Nikias
Abstract Colors II Acrylic on canvas
Michael Lonfeldt
Tuesday morning in the rain Granville Street Vancouver, Canada
Sharon Wish
Varanasi, Rajasthan, India. Brahmin monks welcome the rising sun every day of the year with a series of prayers and rituals on the Ghats. Most of which include the burning of incense and waving of fire in ceremonial brass pots.
Peter Holton
Pinhole photo on film - Radio Kootwijk, Holland
Ben Mossing Holsteijn
Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin
Andreas Brandau
Eye for an eye London
Joe Atwere
Self-portrait Paris
Nelson Gedalof
The Look, Barcelona Subway
Lluis Ripoll
Two men walk past each other under a construction zone.
Radu Diaconu
Love in the Face of… Bellingham
Brian Kennemer
Havana, Cuba
Patrick Donald
Wim van Ophen
Sahra, Somalia refugee living in Munich
Inés Dümig
Krishna Widows Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh, India
David Katzenstein
Luxulyan, Cornwall, England
Lulu Ash
A girl sits by a candy floss machine in Kok-Tobe Amusement Park.
Tom Law
Amira Issmail
Street vendor reading newspaper Istanbul.
Stuart Paton
Carol Julien
Alameda Carlyle Lake Park, Carlyle IL
Ellen Jantzen
Joyriders (Oil & Gold On Canvas)
Trevor J Brown
Aham¦úka¦ära (egoism)
Sandeep Dhopate
Praying inside Bet Medhane Alem Church
Filipe Bianchi
Motsoaledi, Soweto, South Africa.
Chris Kirby
A monk looks over his charges as they plant agricultural crops for the summer.
Alyson Smith
'The final Touch'
Ritam Talukdar
Tokyo No. 02920
Sebastian Schluter
From the Shadow Sousse, Tunisia
Vili Gosnak
La Planta San Luis, Argentina
Andy Fabrykant
Parade of Shadows Seattle
Bernhard Uhl
Judith Gap Wind Energy Center at Sunset Montana
Eddie Erdmannn
Gurinder and Harpreet with family Sikh communities in Scotland have a long history, stretching back to the 19th century when the first families arrived from India. Scottish Sikhs have their own tartan and are often to be found wearing kilts on special occasions. This portrait shows a family who represent a more recent arrival to Scotland. Gurinder and his wife Harpreet came to Scotland from New Delhi with their son Brahmjot. Their daughter Siaana was born in Edinburgh; I was also lucky to meet Gurinder’s mother Balbir who comes to Scotland every few months to visit and help her son and his wife with the family. Their religion is an intrinsic part of their own lives while also playing an important role in the wider community. Although traditional, they have also adopted some local customs, this Christmas tree for example. Edinburgh, Scotland, 2012
Blazej Marczak
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David Kenedy
Scooter against Flag Great Barr - 2015
Jack Harrison
‘Capable Of Anything’ Cornwall, United Kingdom.
Jacob Meredith
Dawn Mander
Near the town of Accident, Maryland
Steve Konya
Watching the neighbors Yerevan, Armenia
Tatevik Vardanyan
Tehran, Iran
Samin Ahmadzadeh
Moretti Tiger Marienplatz, Munich, Germany
Arnd Gottschalk
Banff, Alberta, Canada
Leanne Olson
A Wancho tribal with his child in the Pongchao Primary Health Center (PHC). The PHC is 8-bedded, has one Doctor, one Nurse and serves approximately fifteen thousand people.
Kunal Chakraborty
William Simpsons has lived in the village for 17 years. The village remains home to some 200 residents whose homes are often confused for the reconstructions which lie next door. “On one occasion a tourist came into the house and I was watching TV and I said ‘Can I help you?’ And they said sorry and that was it. I don t feel any bother from the tourists.”
Alan Knox
Paulina Campos
Children dancing and playing outside of Umayyad Mosque in Damascus / 2012
Hussein Haddad
Gornji Milanovac, Serbia 2012
Marko Mihailovich
Andreas Marx
Carnival Portrait, Venice, Italy 2016
Andy Parker
Amsterdam City Centre
Jaimie Peeters
The workings of the Akranes Cement Works.
Andrew Brooks
Distillery District Toronto, Canada
Ian Good
Low High Ends EOH 7
Caroline Lessire
Children in school
Ishita Das
Ortiz Waiting for Repairs, Téxtil Toro Branco, 1998
Miriam Romais
Beauty Has No Colours India, 2015
Riya Sharma
A woman in the Al-Zaytūna Mosque TUNIS
Nuccio Zicari
Hello Mr. Tourist Cambodia
Kin Chan
Serie “[Don’t] Tell me your story” – Hong-Kong – 2015
The End of the Dinner
Marine Foissey
 Empire State Building
Carla DLM
Marina Madness Acrylic on canvas
Christy Sverre
Women strap baskets to their foreheads to carry building rocks. Barpak
Matteo Fabi
Image Taken late June 2015 at my Grandparents house in Cookham, England. To help with my Grandmother's memory loss, and my grandfather's problems with moving around, the family decided to get a dog for them, to help focus their minds. In the image, both of them are playing together with the dog, not thinking on how ill they are, and just the warmth they have together
Thomas Maxwell
Old Woman
Ian @ Krishudds
Border wall between México & USATijuana ,Baja California
Ignacio Evangelista
Carabanchel Prison, Madrid, Spain
Mark Parascandola
Teatr Muzyczny Lodz, Lodz, Poland
Katarzyna Skowronek
Sandra Jonkers
Private Taxi Once reserved for only Cuban Nationals, now open to foreigners/tourist at a higher fare. Central Havana, Cuba
Randall John
Central London, Two ladies during a rainy night sheltering under their umbrella
Rebwar Fatah
Ljubljana, Slovenia
Tom Plevnik
In an annual religious event called Dandi, where Goddess Sitala is worshiped. It is believed that if Goddess is pleased she will possess a participant woman. Over the years it has now become a practice to drug a woman and her unnatural behaviors thereafter is portrayed as the possession. And such incident occur on the very heart of the big urban city of Kolkata.
Arka Dutta
December 2011. Candomblé rituals on a beach in Rio de Janeiro - part of an hours-long gathering. Candomblé has it's roots in African religious culture.
Richard Beaven
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Alan Gignoux
Gemma Marmalade
Cricklewod, London
Nicola Ferrara
Natasha Jdanova
Denver, CO, USA
Jason Paul Roberts
Tural Alizade
La Liberte Groningen, The Netherlands.
Jelmer Jeuring
Another dimension
Maryse Terny
Scavengers already at work by the time the truck unloaded waste.
Ashiq MK
Two Sisters and another member of staff at VAROD, a rehabilitation centre aiding children whose lives have been crippled by conflict or who suffer from a disability. Its role goes beyond that of a rehabilitation centre. It has provided a safe haven for Tamil children since the war ended. It represents a home, school, hospital, university, playground, mother and father. The staff’s dedication is matched only by the children’s joy Vavuniya, Sri Lanka, 2015
Joshua Brown
First Communion at Hispanic Catholic Church in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Tina Manley
"I read in the paper the other day that if you drink three cups of tea a day you live statistically longer" - Cynthia, 2009.
Tom Warland
Mona (the bride) after a really long journey changed her gender and got married with a straight man.They had a simple ceremony with their friends in Tehran/ Iran.
Ramak Bamzar
Piotr Krzyżanowski
Nurlan Baba-Zadeh
Dam Square, Amsterdam
Derk Zijlker
Evening Stroll, Seoul, South Korea
Stuart Allen
Hellingly hospital (demolished)
Dave Wares
St John’s Eve on the Bayou 2015 NEW ORLEANS, LA. Vodou Priestess Sallie Ann Glassman pours holy water over a veve as the Vodouisant around her pray . Veve are Vodou symbols drawn with cornmeal as part of a ritual to honor Marie Laveau. Her group, La Source Ancienne Ounfo, is a private Vodou society that works with the spirits of Haitian LWA.
Mary Lou Uttermohlen
A little girl plays while her brother and fahter take care of the family horse.
Ricardo R Silva
STARVED: The prison food is a gross, insect-infested mush, served up three times a day to hungry men who must have their own containers because tray and utensils are not provided.
Jon Kral
Dani and Ali lift up their daughter, Kendrik, at their home in Rochester, N.Y. on Nov. 25, 2015. Dani and Ali had been foster parents for Kendrik for over a year, picking her up from the hospital six days after she was born.
Joseph Ressler
Bethlehem, West Bank 2010, Dheisheh Refugee Camp.
Jadwiga Bronte
Sălașu de Sus, Romania
Wannes Nimmegeers
A bullfighter is trying to fit in his trousers.
Adrian Morillo
Dialogue (only chair left)
Michele Paier
Train driver at Moor Street Station glances down the platform to check everyone is on board.
Kris Askey
"Delacto," 2013, Acrylic and resin on canvas
Deborah Murphy
The Production Incense Prayer Sticks Heading Lunar New Year 2567 DEMAK, INDONESIA – A worker is laying the prayer sticks to dry under the sun. The stick must dry between 4 to 6 hours before it can be sent to the market. With the Chinese Lunar New Year 2567 falling on February 8, 2016, the production of handmade prayer sticks at the central home industry in Waru Village located near Central Java, Indonesia, has surged fourfold.
Aji Styawan
Ekaterina Vasilyeva
Ersen Sariozkan
Nuba Girls. Wrestling festival El Taice Nuba Mountains Sudan
Michael Jenning
Green Car, Carolina Dragway, Aiken, South Carolina, 2015
Taylor Dorrell
W7 1HA, Hanwell
Lauren Rooney
Rome, Italy
Michele Belloni
A typical restaurant in Tokyo
Alessandro Barattelli
Frederick Ardley
Spinning ballerinas Flashe vinyl paint, ink, acrylic on canvas.
Margaret Ann Withers
Andranik, 47 years old. Andranik originally comes from Yerevan, Armenia. He graduated from Automobile and Highway University and was qualified as a freight logistics engineer. Married, has a daughter and a son. He is a joint-owner of Moscow chain of restaurants “Etazh”. He is minded to increase the number of the restaurants up to 101. His dream is to have three sons. Veronica, 48 years old. Veronica hails from the Philippines. She holds a degree in Obstetrics & Gynaecology. Married, has four children. Last 4 years she has been working in Moscow as a housemaid. Once a year she goes to the Philippines to see her children and husband. Veronica believes her husband is always waiting for her and never cheating on her.
Lilia Li-Mi-Yan
The community of farmers that live and work with Dilli Ram Regmi in Sirubari, rural Nepal.
Kristin Lau
I don’t want a nuclear kind of family. I want to stay with my husband’s mom and dad. I never prefer to stay all alone because I have seen my mom was looking after her in-laws, so, obviously, I will do that too. I respect it and I never will be happy to live alone somewhere else. / Russi Modi, 22 years old
Maria Kapajeva
A fresh catch, attracts much interest during the bartering process, tradition fishing boats in the distance.
Chris Kirby
_Something New-Something Old_ La Barquita by -¬ Ivan A. Mendez (FoToGrAfIkA)--Santo Domingo 2015--Todos Los Derechos Reservados-17
Ivan Mendez
Worker lighting up a cigarette with materials in hand.
Cedric Roux
Hidden Love from On My Skin project (Bologna, 2010)
Monica Silva
Once the piece is shaped, design continues when burning the wood, giving it extra texture and color.
Paulina Campos
Salvatore Pirina
Wolf Alice, Manchester 2015
David Gleave
After many complications at the end of the 6 months treatment, self-portrait on my final day of chemotherapy where I had endured many serious painful infections at Eastbourne DGH, England.
Carly Clark
Patients, like Krishna Dutta here, interact with the fellow patients to not only exchange their tragedies, but also learn new lessons of a brighter future: a means to achieve mental solace along with its physical counterpart.
Abhijit Chakraborty
Mix media on canvas
Josée St-Amant
Undermining Project
Bruno Oliveira
A Palestinian women observe Activists rallying supporters to march through Chicago streets, during the Protest Against Israel and Free Gaza Protest in the summer of 2014. Chicago, IL. 2014
Sebastian Hidalgo
Tokyo, Japan
Elizabeth Char
Paul holds a pair of nips (end cutters) in his hand and is leaning on a huge steel beam. Dartford, UK
Carl Hyde
City Vienna, Austria
Sebastian Grabbe
Crowd of pilgrims waiting for all the cold night in February the sacred bath of Mauni Amavasya Snan at Triveni Sangam in Allahabad.
Erberto Zani
Titus Groan
Holly Revell
Most Makua, an ethnic group, support the Renamo party. The Makua hold tight to their traditional worship and their white facial mask.
Eelkje Colmjon
Jeremiah Gilbert
Colourful and kitsch window in a tourist shop of Playa del Carmen, Mexico.
Safia Delta
Paris, France
David Roussell
“Glimpse in the crowd” Dam square, Amsterdam
Friso Kooijman
Through a Window San Francisco, California
Jim Watkins
Rock Fall Manipulation of fluid acrylics and ink to create various textures and pigment effects.
Nancy Wood
 Downtown Tokyo at night. Multiple exposure using a Holga camera.
Charles Binns
Novice preparing for his moment to become a Maza
Bharat Patel
Two girls kissing each other in the Radio Babi club. In the big cities young people live their sexuality in an uninhibited way.
Alfredo Chiarappa
Moon showing mineral colour differences 2013-09-19 & 2014-03-16
Duncan Waldron
MPP(DPEP) School Peta Medikera Village, Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh, India: Students enjoy a water and toilet break at the school. Photo credit:Sandeep Biswas/UNICEF
Sandeep Biswas
Gulu, Uganda, 2004. A night class at St Joseph's College in nearby Layibi. The class appears to be more of a time filler as it is late and the boys are tired.
Doug MacLellan
Street Manchester, England
David Gleave
Mojito Sitges, Spain
Lluis Ripoll
Girl in coat Federation Square, Melbourne, Australia.
Clarke Richards
Into the Light Venice, Italy
Andy Parke
Hazy vision- Fluid acrylics on gallery wrapped canvas
Pallavi Joshi
Man hit with a machete in a fight assists the nurse with the torch of his phone as the nurse cleans the cut. While lying on the treatment bed, this man said that he would leave the hospital as soon as possible and go to a private hospital for further treatment. According to him, the Katutura hospital is infamous for more patients leaving the hospital dead than alive.
Anna Tervahartiala
Delhi, India
Sujata Khanna
Healing prayer meetingVaasa, Ostrobothnia.
Esa Luoto
Jim Henderson
Havana, Cuba
Michael Talbot
Costa Caparica ,Portugal
Bruno Ribeiro
Superheroes Jakarta, Indonesia
Alex Lando
Brighton, England
Xavier D Buendia
Meeting The Owl In The Beco do Batman
Danilo Pericoli
"The Mode" Oil on panel
Toby Davis
Octavio Hoyos
Richard Daniels testing the overhead conditions in the mine, Hopewell Colliery.
Jacob King
John, San Carlos, California. Mother, daughter, and father rush out the door to work and school on a busy weekday morning.
Beth Yarnelle Edwards
Young Jewish women praying at the Western Wall.
Flaviana Frascogna
Herat, Afghanistan
Stewart Weir
Big Hair is Back C Train, New York
Adam Isler
La frontera Madrid, Spain
Manuel Ramon Gomez
Alone in London in the rain on Upper Ground, London.
Nicola Albon
Lessons of Darkness – Lessons of Light Crossing the Wild – Wire in the Blood Acrylic on Canson card
Richard Hey
Humanity On the Edge Submission 6
Dominik Witaszcz
Douglas Hook
Sedgefield Ball Game.
Stephen Curry
Portrait of Vuaanderua, the Headman's niece. Etanga, Kunene North Region, Namibia, 2000
Rina Sherman
Full Attention - Digital Painting
Lawrence Grodecki
Between Freedom and Madness
Pohan Wu
Michele Lapini
“The obstacle is the path” Zen Proverb
Sasha Alexander
Baku, Azerbaijan
Ilkin Guliyev
She walked in to the light Blackpool
Dawn Mander
Verona, Italy
Pablo Abreu
Protest of migrants in Paris
Mauricio Alvarez
“La Dolorosa” – Holy Saturday – Canosa di Puglia (BT) - Italy
Gaetano Fisicaro
Tea time Inle Lake, Myanmar
Anne Launcelott
Tunnel Rotterdam, Netherlands
Renate Oskam
Ice creams Dorset, England
Jodie House
SEMARANG-INDONESIA, September 24, 2015. Thousands of Indonesian Muslims queue to get a share of the sacrificial meat during celebrations of Eid al-Adha at Kauman Mosque, Semarang City. The committee distributed 6,800 packages of sacrificial meat to the residents. Muslims worldwide celebrate Eid Al-Adha, to commemorate the Prophet Ibrahim’s readiness to sacrifice his son as a sign of his obedience to God. Permissible animals such as goats, sheep, and cows are sacrificed.
Aji Styawan
Damaged Mind - Acrylic on Canvas
VIA TORINO. A mask shop on Via Torino
Nuccio Zicari
Welcome/Enter Tampa, Florida
Susan Louise Anderson
Alex Coghe
Larry Racioppo.
Phenix Circus, Paris, France
Sylvain Labeste.
 Parque Central, La Havane, Cuba
Frederic Saez
Three Shadows Ottawa On
Richard Davies
London Heathrow, Terminal 1
Julia Abele.
The fighters are confronted with horses, as equals, without ropes or poles, to immobilize them and cut their manes. Amil-Moranã in Galicia, Spain.
Miguel Proença
Gears Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Aleksandra Stone
Maple Sugar
Dan MacDonald
 Mumbai, India.
Craig Boehman
1000 Brussels, Causeway of Ixelles (Chaussée d’Ixelles)
Yves Devleminck
Felicity Carmichaels at Darcelle XV Showplace, Portland, Oregon
Magnus Arrevad
Predators These young girls are only a few meters away from the most frightening predator from African nature. But here, in the tax free zone of Lomé, the crocodile they are trying to awake is really harmless behind the bars. In the capital, the most dangerous predators are free. Are they the Green Army suited black men sitting on a throne in their government palace, or are they suited white men in western embassies, or multinational companies taking profits from the tax free zone.
Pierre Suchet
From Boathouse Studio Series Watercolor
Janet Weight Reed
Oslo, Norway
Giuseppe Milo
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Gert Jan Hermus
Brick Worker Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India.
Anja Bruehlin
Masaka Prison, Uganda
Kim Verkade
Iwona Pinkowicz
Ex Volterra Madhouse The main building with the famous writing Italy
Francesco Rotondo
« Endless Time » Digital Collage by Hidden Velvet
Hidden Velvet
Lena Mucha
"I like Monet" Oil on linen
Sari Piek
Colours and shadows Marrakech, Morocco 2015
Emerty Wolf
Downtown Los Angeles
Rob Shum
Each bonfire society has procession marshals to keep the spacing between the participants even and to maintain order in the marches.
Nathaniel White
A Nicaraguan tourist taking a clean soul from a Shaman.
Rodrigo Avellaneda
Pig Farm Country Side of Padua, Italy
Francesco Ragazzi
Paris, France
Thorben Kremers
Shoreditch, London, England
Roj Whitelock
Vietnam would not be the same without the motorcycles. Ho Chi Minh City is also called “Honda City”. The name also suits Hanoi. Here someone is always looking above a shoulder.
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