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He would slap the water with his tail and then go to his mother, who was sleeping nearby, then return to us. I came eye to eye with him a few times.
Maybe he was fascinated by his reflection in my fish-eye lens. Westaway says she wanted to show the world from the whale's perspective. This photograph was taken by artist Steven Day.
He recalls, "I have a freelance job on 47th street, on the 8th floor. I was working on my computer when someone passed by me and said, 'what is that?
My initial reaction was 'this must be an exercise. I mean, you just don't see people standing on the wings of an airplane in the middle of the Hudson River. The river was moving so fast it was only a matter of seconds before the plane floated past us. The photo here is one of the first frames I took, there's actually a water taxi approaching that ended up being cropped out.
Very quickly there were 4 or 5 ferries responding, and passengers were being taken on board. It was strangely calming. This was an incredible situation, and everyone was there and they knew what their job was and what their limitations were and they were just waiting to be rescued.Photo Booth The Best New Yorker Photography of From breaking-news photographs to portraits composed for magazine features, here are some of our favorite pictures of the year.
Dec 23, · I should almost disqualify myself from reviewing The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. The main character, played by Ben Stiller, works in midtown Manhattan's Time + Life Building, my business home for 33 years. Derek Zoolander on one of the Top 10 fake TIME magazine covers) whether he is jumping from a helicopter into a turbulent.
A photo essay from Alexie showing the best moments from Bristol Pride Organised by members of the LGBT+ community Pride is the chance for all LGBT+ people, their friends, families and allies to stand up and declare they are proud of who they are and their loved ones.
Last saturday, I went to Bristol Pride for the first time. W. Eugene Smith photographed this photographic essay for Life magazine. The article begins: "The town of Kremmling Colorado, miles west of Denver, contains 1, people.
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