Photographer travels 6 months alone in Siberia to photograph its indigenous people

For the past 11 years, ethno-photographer Alexander Khimushin has traveled across the globe to document indigenous people and immortalize their culture by featuring their portraits in his “The World in Faces” project. Alexander spent about 10 months driving over 15,000 miles alone behind the wheel of his trusty SUV. He spent more than six months

A rare baby zebra in Kenya was born with black and white polka dots instead of stripes

A zebra foal in Kenya is attracting attention worldwide with its unique appearance. Instead of striking black-and-white stripes, this one boasts a dark coat covered with white dots. Wildlife photographer Frank Liu was searching for rhinos recently in Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve when he spotted the rare zebra. “At first glance he looked like

Couple wears original wedding attire in special photoshoot to celebrate 60 years of marriage 

People say that if you take care of things, they last. This couple in Nebraska knows just how true that is. In all the years they’ve been together, Lucille, 81, and Marvin Stone, 88, worked hard to make their marriage last. After decades of love and kindness, their efforts paid off as they recently celebrated

Photographer captures the similarities between humans and dogs in fun card game

As an animal photographer, Gerard Gethings aims to capture the unique characteristics that make each of his subjects special. Whether they’re birds, bees, horses, and chameleons, he makes sure that he’s able to highlight their distinctive beauty and showcase their personalities with every portrait. But for this project he did in collaboration with Laurence King

Woman installs camera to bird feeder to capture images of birds, see the stunning pics here

People often associate birds with the concept of freedom because of their ability to fly. Aside from this, another feature that makes these creatures so fascinating is the diversity of their species. They come in all sizes and colors, making them a favorite subject among wildlife photographers. When Lisa M. Ca moved from Germany to