As every year, the AFP (Agence France Presse) unveils a selection of the most powerful, impressive, moving or shocking photos illustrating the strongest moments of the year.
With his series The Drinkers and The Drunk, the talented street photographer Lee Chapman is documenting the effects of alcohol in Japan, capturing the drunken scenes in the streets of Tokyo.
Since a very young age, Robert was fascinated with the natural world. Now, together with his family, he travels the planet and captures the beauty of the animal kingdom. The talented 13-year-old is sharing his wildlife photography on Instagram and people are loving it.
In Japan, summer is marked by many fireworks festivals, the Hanabi Taikai. Each year, more than 200 fireworks are fired across the country, illuminating the night with magical colors. The Japanese photographer Keisuke had the opportunity to photograph several events, documenting the beauty of fireworks in Japan with amazing images!
My name is David Tesinsky and I came to Ethiopia to find real exorcism rituals and it took me a while just to find one. I just earned some money, got a cheap flight ticket, found some contacts and I found myself in Addis Ababa. People were not really great in the beginning, I almost got robbed in a slum area where I supposed to stay overnight but in the end, there was just a big bloody fight between other two guys.
A selection of the winning and short-listed entries are also chosen by the BTO to feature in a special large-format photobook. The 2017 edition is available now, and partial profits from its sales will directly support the BTO's bird conservation efforts.
This year's Burning Man festival is taking place on August 27th to September 4th, but has already been responsible for stunning photos that prove how wild it actually is.
The photographer Pablo Iglesias Maurer had fun finding the places from old idyllic postcards of the 60s, to compare these now abandoned places with their past grandeur. An amazing series, overflowing with nostalgia, which confronts us in a percussive way with time passing and decay.
A selection of the mesmerizing photographs of Kristina Makeeva, aka Hobopeeba, a young Russian artist who enjoys sublimating the most beautiful places in the world by staging her models in light and airy dresses.
Jill Bliss is an artist (and naturalist, educator, farmhand, caretaker, and deckhand) who lives on a small island in the Salish Sea in the Pacific Northwest. In 2012 she sold her house and nearly everything she owned to move to the island and reconnect with nature after a busy career as a designer in New York and San Francisco.
The Comedy Pet Photography Awards 2017 is a new contest dedicated to funny and offbeat pet pictures!
The votes for the National Geographic 2017 Travel Photographer of the Year contest are in and it's time to announce the winners. This annual competition highlights the diversity of our planet through its natural wonders and inhabitants, and the winning shots are just as awe-inspiring as last year.
The EyeEm Photography Awards have become the biggest photo competition in the world. For this 2017 edition, no fewer than 590,000 photographs have been submitted by 88,000 photographers from all over the world!
Do you need a dose of ridiculously adorable today? Well, we’ve got you covered with the ittiest, bittiest, teensiest princesses in all the land.
This year again, the Comedy Wildlife Awards 2017 rewards the most funny and twisted pictures of animal photography!
The Kowloon Walled City was once the densest place on Earth. Hundreds of houses stacked on top of each other enclosed in the center of the structure. Many didn’t have access to air or open space. This notorious city was finally demolished in 1990s.