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awkwardsituationist:

brazil’s yacare caiman was once hunted to near extinction for its valuable skin, but thanks to a global ban on the trade, its home in the pantanal — the world’s largest wetland, situated along along the paraguay river — now supports the world’s largest population of crocodiles. the caiman, however, face new threats: deforestation, dams, tourism, mining and seaport development.

photos by luciano candisani, who notes that the caiman are neither aggressive nor fearful but, for the most part, approachable - especially when busy with the shoal fish seen here in the pantanal’s shallow, murky waters.

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mortuus-lamia:

1. a Piegan Indian with his Medicine Pipe. It was made in 1910 by Edward S. Curtis.
2. Richard White Bull - Oglala - 1899
3. Chiricahuah Apache prisoner of war Isabelle Perico Enjady in a puberty dress, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. 1886-1914
4. Ute woman, Pee-A-Rat and her baby. Photographed: ca. 1899.
5. A beautiful photograph of an indian maiden named “Dusty Dress.” It was taken in 1910 by Edward S. Curtis.
6. Cetan Wakiyan (aka Thunder Hawk) - Hunkpapa - circa 1880

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Nina Simone, 1969 (via)

"What kept me sane was knowing that things would change, and it was a question of keeping myself together until they did." 

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dynamicafrica:

French photojournalist Olivier Martel has travelled the world capturing images of women across the globe from all walks of life. Here are some of his pictures of women from around the African continent including Tunisia, Ethiopia, Senegal and the Ivory Coast. Most of these photographs are taken from the book Femmes Eternelles.

Click photos for captions.

AUGUST: Celebrating African Women

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spaceoid:

Two childhood friends unexpectedly reunite on opposite sides of a demonstration in 1972

Just imagine the pain…

This is such an amazing photograph

patsta:

dietmountaindelrey:

spaceoid:

Two childhood friends unexpectedly reunite on opposite sides of a demonstration in 1972

Just imagine the pain…

This is such an amazing photograph

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lostsplendor:

Chicago Resident Arrested for Length of Swimsuit, 1922 (via Imgur)

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jostamon:

Sarla Thakral, first Indian woman pilot (from Vivchavan).

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eiliv:

Katee Sackhoff and her KT600 built by Classified Moto

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crystalisms:

Kawah Putih Lake (x)

"The Kawah Putih site was opened to visitors in 1987. The lake is 2,430m (7970 ft) above sea level, so the local climate is often quite chilly (temperatures are frequently around 10 degrees celsius). This makes a brisk change from the humidity of the north Java plain and the capital city of Jakarta. Kawah Putih is a sizeable highly acid lake (pH 0.5-1.3) which changes colour from bluish to whitish green, or brown, depending on the concentration of sulfur and the temperature or the oxidation state. The sand and rocks surrounding the lake have been also leached into whitish colours through interaction with the acidic lake waters (with possible mineral precipitation as well)."

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smithsonianmag:

Photos of New York City’s Most Dangerous Neighborhood

“Bandit’s Roost,” pictured above, was once considered the most dangerous part in all of New York City.

Jacob A. Riis was a police reporter in 1877 and decided to document the people living in New York’s East Side slum district. His book, How the Other Half Lives: Studies Among the Tenements of New York, was the result of these photographs and was published in 1890.

Head over to Petapixel for more incredible photographs and info on Riis.

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