Interesting photo series we run across.
Supporters of Robert F. Kennedy wait for their candidate to show up at Los Angeles International Airport. "I felt the spirit and enthusiasm of these young supporters," Kennerly said. "To them, Robert Kennedy had picked up the fallen flag carried by his brother, and they thought he would carry it into the White House."
21-year-old Finish photographer Konsta Punkka takes breathtaking pictures of nature and lifestyle. We've written about him previously, but just can't seem to get enough of his photos of wild animals. Punkka manages to capture the animals from so close, it's unbelievable. His secret? He brings snacks to the photoshoots and feeds them to the animals.
“I instantaneously knew that I wanted them to be my protagonists,” says Berlin-based photographer Marlena Waldthausen of Jorg and Rolf, twin brothers living at the Deutsches Taubblindenwerk Fischbeck, a village of about 120 people living with deaf-blindness. Without the use of sight and sound, they communicate with each other through touch. On that first day, they were making each other laugh by playing, pantomiming nibbling on one another’s fingers.
Australian photographer Luke Shadbolt has captured the ominous power of waves in his latest series, Maelstrom. Partially inspired by the volatile El Nino season of 2016, Shadbolt hasn't revealed where these photos were taken, adding to the universality of the shots. He explains the series in the following way on his site: