Unter Tage in Pakistan: Primitive Arbeitsbedingungen: Mit einfachen Spitzhacken brechen die Arbeiter die Kohle aus dem Berg. Die niedrigen Stollen sind kaum abgesichert und schlecht beleuchtet. Arbeitsunfälle sind an der Tagesordnung.

Unter Tage in Pakistan: Primitive Arbeitsbedingungen: Mit einfachen Spitzhacken brechen die Arbeiter die Kohle aus dem Berg. Die niedrigen Stollen sind kaum abgesichert und schlecht beleuchtet. Arbeitsunfälle sind an der Tagesordnung.

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painting with light- creature comforts blog

painting with light- creature comforts blog

Student Focus Photographer of the Year. (© Natalia Wiernik/2013 Sony World Photography Awards)

Student Focus Photographer of the Year. (© Natalia Wiernik/2013 Sony World Photography Awards)

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MADRID TRAFICO - Laurent Dequick

MADRID TRAFICO - Laurent Dequick

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eddo hartmann setting the stage - Google zoeken

eddo hartmann setting the stage - Google zoeken

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Fotógrafo e cineasta Gordon Parks (1912-2006) documentou separação entre pessoas negras e brancas no Alabama em 1956; fotos são parte da exposição “Gordon Parks - Segregation Story” no High Art Museum de Atlanta, na Geórgia, USA.

Fotógrafo e cineasta Gordon Parks (1912-2006) documentou separação entre pessoas negras e brancas no Alabama em 1956; fotos são parte da exposição “Gordon Parks - Segregation Story” no High Art Museum de Atlanta, na Geórgia, USA.

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Artificial vs Natural Watermelon

Artificial vs Natural Watermelon

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Melanie Hampshire and Jill Kennington, 1963 Picture: Norman Parkinson

Melanie Hampshire and Jill Kennington, 1963 Picture: Norman Parkinson

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Henri Cartier-Bresson - Paris - Tour Eiffel - Jump - rain - love in rain - city of love

Henri Cartier-Bresson - Paris - Tour Eiffel - Jump - rain - love in rain - city of love

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Rosie Albrann and Ramona Fonseca are part of a long women’s labor and fashion history that extends back to the turn of the 20th century. These garment workers are from the Barenveld Shirt Factory in San Fernando, California (ca. 1943). Their placards read: “We want a union.” and “We want a free country too.”

Rosie Albrann and Ramona Fonseca are part of a long women’s labor and fashion history that extends back to the turn of the 20th century. These garment workers are from the Barenveld Shirt Factory in San Fernando, California (ca. 1943). Their placards read: “We want a union.” and “We want a free country too.”

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