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Port city: London on the river – in pictures

A new exhibition examines the impact of the Port of London on our capital city, exploring the complex operations that have connected London to the rest of the world, from the final days of the 18th century to the creation of the huge London Gateway megaport at Thurrock in the Thames EstuaryLondon: Port City runs from 22 October 2021 to 8 May 2022 at the Museum of London Docklands, itself part of West India Docks, London’s first enclosed dock system Continue reading...
Tags: Photography, London, UK News, Culture, Art and design, Heritage, Museums, Water transport, Exhibitions, Thurrock, Port City, Museum of London Docklands, Port of London, West India Docks London


Instagram post sizes: The exact ratios for posting perfect photos and videos on Instagram

Almost every type of Instagram post has a different size and aspect ratio. Shutterstock The size of your Instagram post will vary depending on how you upload the photo or video. A standard Instagram post should be shaped like a perfect 1:1 square, but Stories are shaped like a phone screen. You can edit the size of your photos in Instagram, or through your phone's Photos app. Visit Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Instagram is very particular when it comes to the ...
Tags: Photos, Facebook, Photography, Instagram, Trends, Social Media, Aspect Ratio, Tech Insider, Instagram Stories, Instagram Photo, IGTV, Tech Reference, Tech How To, William Antonelli, Social Media (Reference, Instagram Regular Instagram


The lake at midday.

[Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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An arrest at the George Floyd protests: Mel D Cole’s best photograph

‘As soon as I took this shot, I knew it was special – something pretty much all Black people could relate to. This man was arrested for daring to question authority. I’ve been arrested for the same thing’I took this on the first day of the protests in Foley Square, New York, following the murder of George Floyd. I’ve witnessed protests before but nothing like this. It was intense, volatile and angry. People were sick and tired – and ready to fight for their rights.The video of his killing came a...
Tags: Photography, New York, Race, Georgia, US news, Culture, Art and design, Mel, Black Lives Matter Movement, Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, Foley Square New York


Little Amal’s journey: the puppet that crossed Europe – in pictures

Since leaving Turkey in July, Little Amal, a 3.5 metre (11ft 5in) tall puppet of a nine-year-old Syrian girl, and her entourage of about 25 people have navigated Covid border restrictions to walk across Europe to the UK. Amal, whose name means hope in Arabic, was created by Handspring, the company that made the equine puppets in War Horse. The puppet represents the millions of children forced to leave their homes in desperate situations. The global pandemic has made them more vulnerable than eve...
Tags: Europe, Photography, UK, UK News, World news, Turkey, Immigration and asylum, Art and design, Migration, Refugees, Handspring


The Wardrobe of Gabriel García Márquez – in pictures

Four hundred items of clothing and accessories which belonged to García Márquez and his wife, Mercedes Barcha, go on sale this Wednesday to raise funds for a charity helping children of indigenous communities in Mexico Continue reading...
Tags: Books, Photography, Mexico, Americas, World news, Culture, Gabriel García Márquez, Garcia Marquez, Mercedes Barcha


Sunrise — looking east at 7:19 and looking west at 7:25.

Talk about anything you like in the comments. And if you'd like to see about 100 of my best sunrise catches on one page, go here. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Sunrise, Lake Mendota, Ann Althouse


Virtual staging more popular than conventional staging

A new report from HomeJab also indicates agents prefer video tours for their properties over 3D tours.
Tags: Photography, Video, Technology, Marketing, Radio, Philadelphia, 3D, Select, News Brief, Virtual Tour, Staging, Virtual Staging, Homejab, Joe Jesuele, 3D Tour


Weather Photographer of the Year 2021 – in pictures

Fog, storm clouds and snow are among the natural phenomena to feature in 8,900 photographs submitted for the Royal Meteorological Society’s annual awards by more than 3,300 photographers from 114 countries. Here is a selection of some of the best Continue reading...
Tags: Photography, Environment, UK News, World news, Royal Meteorological Society


The distinct personalities of old and disused Japanese vending machines

Quite why I find them so appealing isn’t easy to explain, but there really is something special about old and disused vending machines. Each one seems to have its own distinct personality, or at the very least a sort of quiet dignity. All of which is utter nonsense of course, as in reality they are simply decaying metal boxes, and yet somehow, in some way, they are also a lot more than that. Now, whether there’s any truth in any of that is very subjective to say the least, but for me, the beaut...
Tags: Travel, Photography, Food And Drink, Tokyo Times


7:19 a.m.

[Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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A 110-Year-Old Book Illustrated with Photos of Kittens & Cats Taught Kids How to Read

  Unlike our 21st-century cat memes and other such online feline-based entertainments, children’s author Eulalie Osgood Grover’s 1911 work, Kittens and Cats: A First Reader was intended to educate. Its related poems will almost certainly strike those of us whose understanding of feline attitude has been shaped by LOLCats, Grumpy Cat, the existential Henri, Talking Kitty Cat’s acerbic Sylvester, and the mordant 1970s TV spokescat Morris as sweet to the point of sickly. But it boasts six hundred...
Tags: Facebook, Books, Photography, Education, College, K-12, Internet Archive, Sylvester, Morris, Beatrix Potter, Eliot, Grover, Ayun Halliday, Tom Kitten, Public Domain Review Related Content, Secret Lives of Outdoor Cats


Haiti’s flamboyant funerals – in pictures

Celebratory wakes, lavish funerals, fanfare bands and dramatic displays are just some of Haiti’s death rites, which, like its weddings, are often extravagant social events despite the country’s poverty Continue reading...
Tags: Photography, Americas, Haiti, Coronavirus


Hundreds strip off near Dead Sea for latest nude Spencer Tunick shoot – video

Some 300 people wearing only white body paint have taken part in a nude photographic installation aimed at raising awareness about the importance of preserving and restoring the Dead Sea.  It was part of the latest photography project of American artist Spencer Tunick. The American photographer is best known for organising large-scale nude shoots.‘It feels really natural’: hundreds pose nude for Spencer Tunick shoot near Dead Sea Continue reading...
Tags: Photography, Israel, World news, Middle East and North Africa, Spencer Tunick, Dead Sea, Dead Sea Continue


Sunrise, 7:16.

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Sunrise — 7:15, 7:11.

I arrived on the scene at 7:11 and waited for what I called "the dot":  There it is, our dot, our orb — the star of the show, the whole show, life on Earth.  That's not me admiring the sun. I was taking that photograph. But 4 minutes earlier, pre-dot, it was me in the photograph, greeting the photographer, Meade: [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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Sunrise at 7:11, 7:12.

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7:07 a.m.

Talk about whatever you like in the comments. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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Transporting the elderly by bicycle in Tokyo

The use of child seat equipped bicycles is . A similar, albeit more improvised approach for transporting the elderly, on the other hand, isn’t anywhere near as common. And yet seeing these two chat away as they wound their way through the streets made me think that maybe it should be.
Tags: Travel, Photography, Tokyo


Good night!

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Behold the Photographs of John Thomson, the First Western Photographer to Travel Widely Through China (1870s)

In the early 1860s, a few Westerners had seen China — but nearly all of them had seen it for themselves. The still-new medium of photography had yet to make images of everywhere available to viewers everywhere else, which meant an opportunity for traveling practitioners like John Thomson. “The son of a tobacco spinner and shopkeeper,” says BBC.com, ” he was apprenticed to an Edinburgh optical and scientific instrument manufacturer where he learned the basics of photography.” In 1862 Thomson sa...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Asia, Photography, Japan, College, China, Singapore, History, Bbc, World, Britain, Cambodia, Edinburgh, Seoul, John Thomson


Sunrise — 7:12 and 7:15.

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7:15 a.m. with 100% cloud cover.

 Write about anything you want in the comments. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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The best wildlife photos of the year show a curious grizzly, dueling reindeer, and fish swimming through a cloud of sperm

Laurent Ballesta/Wildlife Photographer of the Year The London Natural History Museum's Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest awards images that showcase the diversity and fragility of life. This year, the contest drew a record of more than 50,000 entries from photographers in 95 countries. The winning photos show reindeer fighting over mates, seals giving birth, and a mountain gorilla enjoying the rain. The camouflage grouper is declining due to overfishing, but each July, beneath...
Tags: Photography, Science, London, News, California, Animals, Africa, US, Trends, Uganda, Wildlife, Alaska, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Natural History Museum, Virunga, Svalbard


Meet Tsuneko Sasamoto, Japan’s First Female Photojournalist and Now, at 107, Japan’s Oldest Living Photojournalist

You should never become lazy. It’s essential to remain positive about your life and never give up. You need to push yourself and stay aware, so you can move forward.  — Tsuneko Sasamoto Sound advice whether one is interested in sustaining a creative practice or remaining vigorous as one ages. Photographer Tsuneko Sasamoto is an excellent poster child for both. Born in Tokyo in 1914, shortly after the beginning of the first World War, she is Japan’s first female photojournalist and — at 107, its...
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The Hull Fair returns – in pictures

The Hull Fair, one of Europe’s largest travelling fairs, has returned after a break due to the coronavirus pandemic. More than 250 rides and stalls have returned to the city for the annual event which was last postponed during the second world war. The fair began in 1279 and was extended to an 11-day event in 1752. The fair runs until 16 October this year Continue reading...
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Sunrise on Lake Mendota and cranes at the turtle crossing.

This morning at 7:12 and 7:26:   [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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A half-century old Tokyo sweet shop, its elderly owner, and an ending

The owner of the shop below started the business when she was 40 years old. Back then, penny sweet shops would have been fairly common, but as out of place as it seems today, a lot of little kids still enjoy going in. This big kid liked dropping by too. Whether I went in alone, or with clients on photowalks, the warm welcome and ready smile were always the same. The only thing that really changed was the old lady’s age. It tended to vary. Sometimes she was 91 or 92, and on other days it was 93 o...
Tags: Travel, Photography, Food And Drink, Tokyo


Flying a drone other than DJI made me instantly regret the decision

There are other drone manufacturers out there besides DJI. However, trying one out will make you realize why DJI is hard to beat.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Drone, Drones, Dji


Rowing at daybreak.

[Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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