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Even for those enjoying an epic vacation over this holiday break, it's never to early to think about a long weekend to a warm locale in March, or an over-the-top getaway in August. With new hotels popping up all over the globe, now is the time to book your next getaway. For those in search of warm …

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Music lover and photographer Alex Bartsch pays homage to his favorite vinyl albums by documenting them at the original locations where their cover photos were taken. By holding each vinyl cover art so that it seamlessly merges with its real-life setting, Bartsch’s portfolio showcases the passage of time and provides a fascinating insight into the history and cultural identity of British reggae music. “The idea first came to me when I

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A Mexican tattoo artist with a sweet tooth, refugees biking across the desert and a customer in a Mongolian beauty parlour make up some of the poignant and uplifting images submitted to the Portrait of Humanity prize. Backed by the Guardian and focused on unifying the global community, this is the last in a monthly gallery selected by a Guardian picture editor before the closing date on 8 January Continue

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My photos are frequently rushed and taken from peculiar angles. The great Robert Capa would tell me I’m not getting close enough. Can some intensive coaching help me to raise my game?It’s a Sunday morning and I’m on Rue Mouffetard, a bustling market street in Paris, skulking behind a pyramid of nectarines. My sights are set on a fluffy black poodle nuzzling the ankles of its owner, a stripey-trousered woman

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AnimalsPicture Stories<p>A new book of photography chronicles the ‘grand odyssey’ of street cats, from Morocco to Japan.<p>AnimalsPicture Stories<p>4 Minute Read<p>For 18 years, Tuul and Bruno Morandi photographed the people, cities, and landscapes of the world. As they traveled, they accidentally started to …

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