This is my tumblelog with stuff I like. Scroll down a bit to start reading & looking, or find out more about me. Wander & Wonder is where my love for photography, art, education and writing meet. hello! theme by cissysaurus
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foam-magazine:

From the series Her © Sarah Gerats
Foam Magazine #20/Talent

foam-magazine:

From the series Her © Sarah Gerats

Foam Magazine #20/Talent

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unseenphotofair:

Untitled, from the series The Heath © Andy Sewell/Robert Morat Galerie

unseenphotofair:

Untitled, from the series The Heath © Andy Sewell/Robert Morat Galerie

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Photograph by Steve McCurry, “Geisha in subway” (2007), Kyoto, Japan.

Photograph by Steve McCurry, “Geisha in subway” (2007), Kyoto, Japan.

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We love these images from above…
NASA - Earth As Art [free ebook/app] 

(Source: kateoplis)

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systermans:

benjaminrasmussen:

Steers coming to feed.
Chugwater, WY (2012)

So good

systermans:

benjaminrasmussen:

Steers coming to feed.

Chugwater, WY (2012)

So good

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arpeggia:

Photography by Alexey Bednij | More posts

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jaded-mandarin:

Madame Moitessier - Jean-Auguste Dominique Ingres. Detail.

jaded-mandarin:

Madame Moitessier - Jean-Auguste Dominique Ingres. Detail.

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Teaching Cops to See

How art can stimulate ‘out-of-the-box-thinking’

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lesexpressions:

Ali Mutindi Heri shot by Viviane Sassen for AnOther Man, Spring 2007

lesexpressions:

Ali Mutindi Heri shot by Viviane Sassen for AnOther Man, Spring 2007

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Oscar B. Castillo Street Gangs of Caracas 

Oscar B. Castillo Street Gangs of Caracas 

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Christina de Middel Afronauts

Christina de Middel Afronauts

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Just recently discovered the work of Bruno Barbey, especially like his Morroco photographs

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likeafieldmouse:

Richard Mosse - Infra (2010-11)

The heart of the Congo captured using dead-stock Kodak infrared film

(Source: likeafieldmouse)

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Jon Rafmans 9-eyes 

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curiositycounts:

Captivated by photographer Thomas Jackson’s “hovering sculptures” featured in this series, “Emergent Behavior.” Inspired by self-organizing, “emergent” systems in nature such as termite mounds, swarming locusts, schooling fish and flocking birds.. These images create an uneasy interplay between the natural and the manufactured, the real and the imaginary.” 

View full collection here.