Coolest Pix Of 2014 Week 35

Another selection of great, sad and very relevant photographs from around the world.

Children play in a fountain in the late afternoon sun in the Lower Manhattan borough of New York. CARLO ALLEGRI/REUTERS
Sarah Silverman poses with her Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special award at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. MIKE BLAKE /REUTERS
Billy […]

By |Septiembre 1st, 2014|photojournalism|0 Comments

Burning Man 2014

Burning Man almost turned into Drowning Man, but the rain went away and one of the greatest outdoor events in the world was better than ever.

An aerial view during the Burning Man 2014 Caravansary arts and music festival in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada. JIM URQUHART/REUTERS
People gather around the art installation Embrace during the […]

By |Agosto 31st, 2014|photojournalism|0 Comments

Mysteryland 2014 in 101 photos by Rutger Geerling

Mysteryland is a series of electronic dance music festivals held by the Netherlands-based promoter ID&T. Being the first of its kind in the country when it was established, its organizers have billed the event as the oldest dance music festival in the Netherlands. It has most recently been held at Haarlemmermeerse Bos in Haarlemmermeer; an […]

By |Agosto 30th, 2014|photojournalism|0 Comments

Japan’s Pachinko Obesession

If you ever had the pleasure of visiting Japan you’ll will recognise the sound of Pachinko instantly.
Thousands of metal balls falling through the machines makes a very distinct sound and the Japanese used to be obsessed by it.

A Dynam Pachinko parlour is seen at dusk in Honjo, north of Tokyo. Japan’s once-booming pachinko industry, grappling […]

By |Agosto 29th, 2014|photojournalism|0 Comments

Sydney’s Doll Hospital

Opened in 1913, Sydney’s Doll Hospital has worked on millions of dolls, teddy bears and other toys. Behind a toy shop on a busy suburban street in Sydney’s south, “doll surgeons” transplant fingers, toes and heads, and repair broken eye sockets in dolls who were the victim of a childhood tantrum or sibling rivalry, sometimes […]

By |Agosto 27th, 2014|photojournalism|0 Comments

Coolest Pix Of 2014 Week 34

I’m back from vacation, but ti seems nothing has changed during my time in the sun.
Misery is still raining down on humanity.

A police helicopter flies overhead as demonstrators take part in a peaceful march in reaction to the shooting of Michael Brown, near Ferguson, Missouri. LUCAS JACKSON/REUTERS
A bull with its horns set on fire is […]

By |Agosto 26th, 2014|photojournalism|0 Comments

Coolest Pix Of 2014 Week 33

I might be enjoying a vacation with my wife and kids, but that doesn’t mean the world stops turning out news stories.
Here are some of the best and worst pictures from the past week.

A tightrope walker performs between two spheres of the Atomium monument in Brussels. YVES HERMAN/REUTERS
Physicians step out of disinfection chamber after cleaning […]

By |Agosto 18th, 2014|photojournalism|0 Comments

Athens Olympic Venues 10 Years On

In 2004 Athens hosted the Olympic Games.
Billions were spent on making them memorable and worthy of the original Olympics, which were hosted in Greece thousands of years ago.
In 2014 most of the Olympic venues are in a serious state of decay and lay dorment, waiting for someone to make proper use of them.
But Greece has […]

By |Agosto 16th, 2014|photojournalism|0 Comments

Violence in Ferguson

Violence erupted in the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, for a fourth straight night Wednesday, with police firing smoke bombs and tear gas at demonstrators and some people lobbing Molotov cocktails. Racial unrest lingers in the St. Louis suburb following a weekend police shooting of an unarmed black teenager Michael Brown.

A man armed with a gun […]

By |Agosto 14th, 2014|photojournalism|0 Comments

Coolest Pix Of 2014 Week 32

Another selection from my vacation address.

Australian chef Stone prepares Hamachi with morel mushrooms in the kitchen of his restaurant Maude in Beverly Hills. MARIO ANZUONI/REUTERS
Palestinians look at destroyed houses after returning to the Shejaia neighbourhood, in the east of Gaza City. MOHAMMED SALEM/REUTERS
Britain’s Prince William, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry look at the […]

By |Agosto 12th, 2014|photojournalism|0 Comments