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Innovation and the Exotic – Pictures from the Paris Exhibition of 1889

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Known as the Exposition Universelle of 1889, this world’s fair was the grand opening of the Eiffel Tower. Though not quite finished, visitors could walk up to the second floor balcony. The tower also served as a gateway into the fair, which featured pavilions containing the latest technology and mostly non-western cultures on display for everyone to enjoy.

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Ansel Adams: Photos of the Japanese-American Internment during WWII

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Ansel Adams is primarily known for his large black and white landscapes, but in 1942 he visited the Manzanar War Relocation Center, photographing the ‘life and spirit’ of the people living there. Manzanar was one of ten internment camps for Japanese-Americans, run by the US government, and over 11,000 Americans were incarcerated there during the war.

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15 Spectacular Space Pictures from NASA

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Named after the rocketry pioneer Dr. Robert H. Goddard, the Goddard Space Flight Center was NASA’s first space flight complex and continues to be a big part of NASA’s scientific research and discovery. The complex has four areas of focus: Astrophysics, Heliophysics, Earth Science and Solar System Exploration. Although the scientists, engineers and technologists at Goddard do impressive technical and scientific work, they also produce amazing beauty and art in the process.

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30 Color Photographs of (mostly) Male Workers During WWII

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When men in WWII are thought of, the image that most comes to mind is of soldiers on the beach at Normandy or pilots in B-17 bombers over Germany. But many men worked back at the home front both in military and non-military roles: building the bombers, defending the homeland, and improving the country’s infrastructure so needed to support the war effort.

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Excellent Double Exposure Portraits by Jon Duenas

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Jon Duenas shoots mainly wedding and fashion photography and is based in Portland, Oregon. He prefers film photography and uses a collection of 35mm, medium format, and Polaroid cameras. This traditional method, unconventional for the digital age, gives his pictures a distinctive character.

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