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Walker Evans - On the question: "What makes a good photograph for you? Detachment, lack of sentimentality, originality, a lot of things that sound rather empty. I know what they mean. Let’s say, "visual impact" may not mean much to anybody. I could point it out though. I mean it’s a quality that something has or does not have. Coherence. Well, some things are weak, some things are strong..."

Walker Evans - On the question: "What makes a good photograph for you? Detachment, lack of sentimentality, originality, a lot of things that sound rather empty. I know what they mean. Let’s say, "visual impact" may not mean much to anybody. I could point it out though. I mean it’s a quality that something has or does not have. Coherence. Well, some things are weak, some things are strong..."

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How to wear chunky necklaces? Take cues from your favorite Hollywood stars on how to go BIG and BOLD with chunky necklaces in any season!

Kabul has been emptied of most of its population. Each armed faction that has conquered part or all of the city has provoked an exodus. In any event, there are now few places left to live. When the Russians abandoned Afghanistan in the late 1980s, Kabul was more or less intact. But after numerous battles in the country’s sporadic civil war, the city was left in ruins. This photograph shows what remains of the once-prestigious Jade Maiwan Avenue, 1996.

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Sebastião Salgado on the global forces that continue to drive people from their homes

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On the Gondola with Stefano de Luigi

On the Gondola with Stefano de Luigi

The Italian photographer Stefano de Luigi visited the islands around Venice, which are mostly abandoned now. Below is a selection of de Luigi’s photographs.

Link to Italian photographer Stefano Luigi's photo journal of his trip around the Mediterranean

On the Gondola with Stefano de Luigi

The Italian photographer Stefano de Luigi visited the islands around Venice, which are mostly abandoned now. Below is a selection of de Luigi’s photographs.

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