What did we do to deserve dogs? Nothing probably, but while we've got them here we might as well admire how cute they are.
Photoshop requests can be common in certain parts of the internet. The can also be loaded with the potential for excellent comedy.
"Sprawled over 160 acres at Anaheim, California, 23 miles southeast of Los Angeles, it is easily the most lavish amusement park on earth… Uncle Walt packs his new park with the stuff children's dreams are made on."
Much of the winter, snow on the ground can be sparse, so snow-making machines fill in the gaps, creating a giant white stripe on the treeless landscape.
The Romanovs had several cameras and recorded many of the events of their extremely comfortable lives. Nicholas II and his family were executed 100 years ago.
Horses helped ease Tori Gagne's homesickness when she was a young girl away at summer camp. As an adult and a photographer, Gagne now sees the equine species as a kind of mirror for the pieces of ourselves we've lost.
Half buried in the sea, the monolithic form of the building breaks the surface of the water to land on the steep shore. More than an aquarium, the structure will become a part of its marine environment, coming to rest directly on the seabed five meters below the surface of the water.
A new exhibition celebrating the legacy of skateboarding — as well as the photographers and filmmakers who've documented it — will travel the world over the next two years. Here, they recall what it was like to witness skate history first-hand.
If a newly-released inmate in Huntsville, Texas does not have someone picking them up, they walk a couple of blocks to the Greyhound bus station, where they can catch a specially designated bus out of town.
A dust-shrouded star cluster, a rare binary asteroid and other cool space images from this week.
The wild horses of Iceland, a traditional whale hunt in Indonesia, a colorful look inside North Korea and more of the best photography of the week.
During his time in Iceland, photographer Drew Doggett lived on a farm with hundreds of horses.
AFP photographer Yuri Cortez was shooting the World Cup semifinal yesterday when he got much closer to the action than he expected.
Max Pearl reports from the Mexican capital on a timeless DJ tradition that stretches back to the 1950s.
"I want people's hearts to be broken," says photographer Jordan Baumgarten on his book titled "Good Sick." "That's what it can be like to live here."
It can be uncomfortable to open your eyes underwater, which is a shame because apparently that's where some of the world's most breathtaking views dwell.
The "excellent drivers" of Japan, the dangers of train yards through the eyes of railroad employees and other best photos of the week.
SpaceX's Dragon lifts off, a burst of celestial fireworks and other cool space images of the week.
In 1902, Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky learned the method of shooting three negatives (color separations) and then projecting them in registration through filters to produce projected color images. He didn’t invent the process, although I dare say he may have fine-tuned it.
The last town on the Mississippi River is perhaps the first to receive federal funding for the psychological toll of climate change.
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