Tuesday, July 25, 2017

#Photography for the Beautiful 7/26

llahabad, India

A pedestrian wades through a flooded street following heavy rains

Photograph: Rajesh Kumar Singh/AP

The umbrella is wonderful but I don't quite get the point of it when half of you is completely saturated.

Wellington, New Zealand

Britain’s foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, holds a tuatara during a visit to the Zealandia wildlife refuge

Photograph: Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images

Boris Johnson, after seeing "Roots," when he finally found his family.

La Croix-Valmer, France

People on a beach watch an aircraft fight a fire near Saint-Tropez

Photograph: Valery Hache/AFP/Getty Images

We will catch some rays; watch the fires; it will be great.

Cincinnati, US

A protest march taking place after charges were dropped against the former University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing, who fatally shot an unarmed black man

Photograph: John Minchillo/AP

Here's an excellent example of non-violent civil disobedience from one of my hometowns.

London, England

Circus artists perform opposite the Houses of Parliament to mark the official launch of Circus250, a celebration next year to mark 250 years of circus

Photograph: Frank Augstein/AP

Let's see Insane Clown Posse do this.

A 26-foot-tall bronze sculpture of an elephant standing on its trunk by Miquel Barcelo was unveiled today on the southeast corner of Union Square in New York City.

This was the day the world decided it really didn't need any more sculpture.

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