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Tour de France 2017 Stage 5 PLANCHER-LES-MINES, France — Fabio Aru emulated compatriot Vincenzo Nibali in winning stage 5 of the Tour de France on Wednesday. Astana’s Aru won the 160.5km stage that...

The photographer Carolyn Drake set out for the U.S.-Mexico border just after Donald Trump won the Presidency. On the stump, he’d talked obsessively about building a wall—“big, fat, beautiful”—and Drake was struck, but not surprised, by its popular reception. “A lot of people in the U.S. were imagining that idea for a long time,” she told me recently. “There are people in this country who want to protect themselves from what they perceive as the dangers of Mexico and Mexicans, and I wanted to see the place that felt like it needed protection.” For two weeks, she drove from California to El Paso, taking pictures of the people, scenes, and landscapes she saw along the way. She made another trip just after the Inauguration, this time starting in El Paso and driving east, across Texas. “I felt I could see America better from a little north of the border,” she said.

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Tour de France 2017 Stage 3 Peter Sagan won a thrilling uphill finish to Stage 3 of the Tour de France. Sagan pulled his right foot out of his pedal in the closing meters as BMC’s Greg Van Avermaet...

Happy Summer! On this day of fireworks, BBQ’s, and red, white, and blue by the beach, we hope you all have your cameras at the ready. Thank you for your wonderful submissions and a huge thank you to Julia Martin for compiling today’s post.

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Tour de France Stage 5, 189.5km Arras Communauté Urbaine to Amiens Métropole, France. Le Tour’s travel through the Hell of the North was wet, windy and wild. Several crashes plagued the peloton, with...

The Leica Oskar Barnack Award 2015 received thousands of entries from photographers all over the world. This video shows the portfolios of the award winners and finalists

Zine: LeTour by Grayson West

Grayson West's Le Tour as Seen on TV is a unique playful photographic journey of the world greatest bike race. This is a must have for any cyclist or zine enthusiast. 150 copies available.

Beard Off 2010/2011

the start of November 2010, these five young men decided to take matters into their own hands hoping they can provide a bit of motivation and influence to an outside world so consumed with proper and trite ways. As the weeks began to pass, the beards grew into what looked like seemingly unending hell.

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Haitian Photographer sued by Agence France Presse (AFP) for “antagonistic assertion of rights” Award winning Haitian born photojournalist, Daniel Morel, has filed an answer and counterclaim to the French international wire service Agence France Presse’s lawsuit filed on March 26, 2010 in Manhattan federal district court. The French international wire service which distributes to approximately 110 countries, which provides text, photographs, videos and graphics to customers on a worldwide basis, asserts that Mr. Morel “has made demands that amount to an antagonistic assertion of rights in his photographs of the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti on January 12, 2010 at 4:54 p.m. taken in the hour immediately following the quake.

Igloo Chronicles, by Grayson West

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Igloo Chronicles is a pipeline of information regarding this world we live in. All images are copyrighted by G.West. All thoughts are trademarked by G.West.

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Here’s selection of Portraits from The Canyons Resort 11th annual pond skimming in Park City

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