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  Muhammad Ali, New York City, February 1971   'I was shooting a college basketball game at Madison Square Garden for my university newspaper. During the pregame warm-ups, Ali unexpectedly appeared on the court, seemingly out of nowhere. His first championship fight with Joe Frazier was coming up,...

  The story behind the image Cézanne's door - by Parisian, New York-based photographer, Michel Delsol. 'I remember about 10 years ago, with my wife, Haruko, we came across the door to Paul Cézanne’s house (next to Marseille), with its original door knocker on it.  It had...

'All 50 States' - on first glance of New York-based photographer, Tony Gale's, gorgeously evocative photographic series, it's appeal was instant. I'm a huge fan of road trips through the USA. The diversity of the landscape from one state to another is extraordinary. Jagged mountain ranges,...

  The Kankurang, Traditional Masquerade - The Gambia, West Africa   The Kankurang – a secret society of traditional masquerades – used in traditional Mandinka initiation rites, whose rituals can be seen all over The Gambia, and Senegal, West Africa. We happened upon this scene, of a Kunkurang, whilst visiting old...

  [caption id="attachment_20244" align="aligncenter" width="683"] Photography Exhibition - Vanley Burke 'Velrose, Cannon Hill Park', Birmingham 1972[/caption]   Photography Exhibition - Vanley Burke: 'Photographing Birmingham' (1968-2011) - Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery. 10th February-1st July 2018 'Vanley Burke is one of the most important British photographers. He was born in Jamaica and...

  In traditional Japanese aesthetics, Wabi-sabi (侘寂) is a world-view centered on the acceptance of transience and imperfection.The aesthetic is sometimes described as one of beauty that is "imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete"    Wabi-sabi - Doors & facades of Malta, the beauty of decay [caption id="attachment_20196" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Doors and facades of Malta ©...