Fireworks explode over and around the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House during new year celebrations January 1, 2013. More than 1.5 million people were expected to line the foreshores of the harbour to watch the annual new year fireworks show. [REUTERS/David Gray]
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Photographer Johnny Myreng Henriksen
Dueling Landscapes by Pablo Iranzo
Four badass pics of Rabbit in four colors. Seriously. Bad. Ass.
Photos not mine. I found them on tumblr and the interwebs, and I’ve unfortunately lost the sources.
Russ Turner Photography:
Amaaazing photographers both for and not for SPG :)
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Pianist Glenn Gould soaks his hands in the sink to limber up his fingers before performing; he starts with lukewarm water and gradually raises the temperature to hot.
Photographed by Gordon Parks, March 1955
Underwater Ink Photography by Luka Klikovac
Vincent Fournier’s photo journalistic series ‘The Man Machine’ explores developing robotic technology from around the world. Click the photos for more information.
What started out as an effort aimed at raising awareness about young women afflicted with breast cancer has turned into something more beautiful, more provocative and more revealing than David Jay could have imagined.
By taking portraits of his subjects and their scar-ridden chests, the longtime fashion photographer unlocked a visual world few have seen before, one that is neither “art project nor beauty pageant” but perhaps something in between, something where grace, pain and femininity all cross paths to expose a deeply moving side of humanity. LIFE.com spoke to Jay about the culmination of his work — a book called The SCAR Project — and how the images inside changed him forever.
see more— SCAR Project: Breast Cancer Exposed