Sounds Of Life

Pretty much describes the night…


Though photojournalists are increasingly facing challenges in today’s tech-oriented economy, it hasn’t stopped them from creating remarkable work. 

The National Press Photographer’s Association just released their yearly roundup of the best shots captured by journalists from across the world.

Check Out the Best Photojournalism of 2013

Photos by Patrick Smith (top) and John Tlumacki / via The New York Times


"Everyone in the world should read this book… We should read it to learn about the world and about what it means to be human."

So the CDC decided to quarantine the hospital. Zombies? And I’m at ground zero… Enjoy the weekend errybody!

"Man, money ain’t got no owners. Only spenders."


Like father, like son. Craig Gibson shot a series of portraits where he blended the images of fathers and their sons. The resulting photos show which traits were passed down matched against the ones that didn’t. 

Portrait Series Shows The Physical Traits We Inherit

via Notcot

There’s a mass without roofs. There’s a prison to fill. There’s a country’s soul that reads “Post No Bills”


Andrea DenHoed on the haunting quality of a slowed-down version of Dolly Parton’s “Jolene”:

Many of her songs float lightly on dark currents—if you scan her compositions from the past fifty years, you’ll find plenty of dying children, abandoned women, and paralyzing poverty dished up in catchy tunes and warbling tones.

Photograph by David Redfern/Getty.

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