A road trip on the edge of North Korea
During a a week-long road trip on the China-North Korea border, Reuters photographer Damir Sagolj captures dirt-poor daily living to clandestine economic activity on the Korean side – included scenes not yet witnessed in foreign media.Open this photogallery >
Crowded Fields by Pelle Cass
We often only see a few people take to a field of sport for some training or a game, but over the course of a day or an afternoon that field of play gets used a lot.
Pelle Cass made it a series called Crowded Fields.
Credit: Pelle Cass
The Pulitzer winning Rohingya crisis photography feature
The photography staff of Reuters has won the Pulitzer Prize in Feature Photography for their coverage of the Rohingya migrant crisis between Myanmar and Bangladesh.
It's not a "sexy" crisis like Syria, but it's a humanitarian disaster which reeks of ethnic cleansing and needs to be told and seen.
Arena by Páraic McGloughlin
A brief look at the earth from above, based on the shapes we make, the game of life, our playing ground - Arena.
If you don't like flashing images, look away now.
The Photos Of 2018 Week 15
Here's our weekly round up of some of the best and most newsworthy photos from the past seven days.Open this photogallery >
Ethiopia by HandZaround
Ethiopia is a country rich with tradition, culture and some beautiful landscapes. Definitely worth a visit.Read this topic >
Eight tips for framing and composing in the city
We love tips and I'm sure you guys do too.
Niklas Nischke shows us some quick and easy ways to make your city trip photographs way more interesting.
Escape from North Korea
Most North Koreans who break out do so by crossing the river border. Reuters team photographed and interviewed some of those who made it to Seoul.Open this photogallery >
Lake Barkley Bridge Demolition
The Lawrence Memorial Bridge, which crosses over Lake Barkley from Canton to the Land Between the Lakes, was laid to rest this morning. A multi-year transportation project is nearing an end, seeing two new, subtantially wider (and safer!) bridges built over Barkley and Kentucky lakes.
The road decking was removed over the last few weeks, leaving only the original 1932 trusses in place. The two larger spans were set with explosive charges for demolition, which is captured here (about halfway through). Crews will now retrieve those segments by barge and then eventually they'll do the same to the concrete pillars that held the spans in place. Enjoy!
We love a good drone video.
Exploring the Unbeaten Path: 400 Cars, Buses and Motors dumped at a Military Base in Cyprus
While in Cyprus, exploring the military zones which divide the country between a Turkish and Cypriot part, the unbeaten path guys also came across this huge dump of old motorized vehicles.Read this topic >
Snow artist Simon Beck recreates an iconic design at 9000 feet
To celebrate almost 70 years since the first Land Rover Defender was shown to the world Land Rover enlisted snow artist Simon Beck to climb up to 9,000 feet above sea level and works his magic with his feet.Read this topic >
Brazil’s jaguars find safe haven in rainforest trees
Brazilian jaguars, imperilled by hunters, ranchers and destruction of their habitat, have learned to survive at least one menace -- flooding in the Amazon -- by taking to the trees.Open this photogallery >