From the series Oaxacan Exodous

Nearly 500,000 indigenous Mexican immigrants, mostly Mixtecos, Zapotecos and Triquis, from the state of Oaxaca, are now estimated to be living in the United States. They are among the most isolated immigrants ever to arrive in America. Some speak only their indigenous language, and some come from villages without cars, electricity, or indoor plumbing.

In California’s Central Valley, where over half of these new migrants have settled, they are quickly becoming a new rural underclass. Living on the fringes of the Valley’s farm labor economy, and isolated by their culture and language, they suffer some of the worst abuses and exploitation in the country.

 Matt Black. 

From the series Terrazo.
"My main concern behind this series is the effect that overpopulation and the lack of structure or guidelines in the development of a city, have had on the city´s terrain and land. …   and the historical emergence of a completely new landscape; a social landscape that remains animated, always expanding and in constant change."   (Mexico City)
Pablo López Luz

From the series Terrazo.

"My main concern behind this series is the effect that overpopulation and the lack of structure or guidelines in the development of a city, have had on the city´s terrain and land. …   and the historical emergence of a completely new landscape; a social landscape that remains animated, always expanding and in constant change."   (Mexico City)

Pablo López Luz

Life underwater. 

First, beneath Antartica’s ice, the water around McMurdo Station is some of the coldest water in the world around -1.8C and average mean sea-level temp: −20 °C (−4 °F)


Second Raja Ampat, where waters are unbelievably warm with an underwater temperature year round ranging from 28-30C / 82-86F.

Norbert Wu

The Samburu people live in northern Kenya, where the foothills of Mount Kenya merge into the northern desert. As cattle-herding Nilotes, they reached Kenya some five hundred years ago, moving southwards along the plains of the Rift Valley in a rapid, all-conquering advance. 
The Samburu have to relocate every 5 to 6 weeks to ensure their cattle can feed themselves. They are independent and egalitarian people.
From Jimmy Nelson’s Project Before They Pass Away

The Samburu people live in northern Kenya, where the foothills of Mount Kenya merge into the northern desert. As cattle-herding Nilotes, they reached Kenya some five hundred years ago, moving southwards along the plains of the Rift Valley in a rapid, all-conquering advance. 

The Samburu have to relocate every 5 to 6 weeks to ensure their cattle can feed themselves. They are independent and egalitarian people.

From Jimmy Nelson’s Project Before They Pass Away

Recently I was looking at some photo albums of a friend’s father, and all were incredible.  He started making pictures since he was really young until he died.  He was an exceptional photographer and made more than 100 albums.  All these pictures reminded me of Sebald’s passion for photographic archives.  Mr. Schuler’s perceptions and all the stories left behind are an amazing proof of this fleeting world.

If you think your world isn’t poetic enough, or exciting enough to tell a story about, that’s not because it’s a dull world, that’s because you’re not poet enough to wake its soul up.”   Rainer Maria Rilke