What gets left behind in the wake of the California fires, the Guardian's shortlist of best photographers of the year, and the love and agony captured by Polaroids.
As these infrared images show, even after three decades, the well’s footprint — about 600 feet long on its longest side — is easily distinguishable from the undisturbed tundra around it.
2017 was a rough year in a lot of ways, but it was a stellar year for observing the beauty in nature through a camera lens.
Central Florida's Miracle Village looks like it could be a modest retirement community. Instead, it's devoted entirely to housing convicted sex offenders.
A new book from Taschen explores the enduring appeal of the mobile home; from revamped vintage campervans to extravagant, under-water houseboats.
Experience America's most populous city as you never have before — from directly overhead.
The defining news photos of 2017, domestic slavery in India, and the weird world of wildlife contraband.
Ben Feringa is a pioneer in nanotechnology, and this is his world.
The South is full of unwanted dogs in kill shelters. But sometimes, there's a happy ending.
Flickr dug through what its users posted this year and selected its favorite photos — and they're wonderful.
In 1933, legendary photographer Margaret Bourke-White caught a number of speakeasies in action.
Norilsk, once a slave labor camp, now prospers as a source of palladium. Not bad, except for the two months of darkness and temperatures of minus 80 F.
A Nordic island with more sheep than people, a doll with a living soul, and the backstories of award-winning photos.
Another day goes by, another photography contest is here to blow you away with the stunning beauty of the world we live in and the creatures that inhabit it.
On Monday, Indian police and forestry officials began removing illegally built houses inside a wildlife sanctuary. Hundreds of structures were demolished by a few construction vehicles — and about a dozen elephants.
Space enthusiasts around the world have spent months turning spacecraft data into stunningly detailed portraits of the gas giant.
A dreamy stroll around neon Tokyo, a trip back to foggy 20th-century San Francisco and what life after addiction looks like.
Images from the past few years of the Antarctic landscape, wildlife, research facilities and some of the scientific work taking place there.
Somewhere in Litchfield, Connecticut, amid the sprawling foliage that attracts leaf peepers to this part of New England each fall, there's an old barn with a secret.
In the 1850s, families began commissioning portraits of their deceased loved ones in a trend that came to be known as
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