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Shutterbug Leah Frances is documenting some of America’s cutest (and daggiest) diners, dives and motel rooms.
Katrina Cervoni’s heartwarming snaps kind of make us want to spend some time in her world, or at least give her a high-five.
Shutterbug Nate Matos uses old school techniques to capture the outskirts of his hometown.
Just like those dinos in Jurassic Park, this flora found a way.
American shutterbug Ben Huff spent five years snapping the farthest reaches of Alaska. Time well spent, we say.
Coober Pedy isn’t known for being the most beautiful place on Earth, but through Abigail Varney’s lens, we can see more than a little charm in the place.
How can you get a glimpse of these dilapidated-yet-beautiful Chilean abodes and not be a tad curious about what goes on inside them?
Menja Stevenson stitches public transport fabrics into surprisingly eye-catching get-ups.
This touching exhibition attempts to simulate what it’s like to be deaf.
We’ve never considered the humble vending machine a thing of beauty, joy or mystery – until now.
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