The Most Iconic Photographs From National Geographic's 125-Year History  Perhaps the most iconic National Geographic photo, Steve McCurry snapped this picture of an Afghan girl in a Pakistan refugee camp in 1984. It almost went unnoticed, until one editor rescued it from a pile and stuck it on the June 1985 Cover

The Most Iconic Photographs From National Geographic's 125-Year History

Her Eyes! Steve McCurry's iconic photograph of a young Afghan girl in a Pakistan refugee camp appeared on the cover of National Geographic magazine's June 1985 issue and became the most famous cover image in the magazine's history

First place, People: Kim Hanskamp of Barcelona, Spain, took this captivating image of a blue-eyed woman, winning in the people category of the competition - on an iPhone.

High art on a mobile phone: The incredible photographs taken using only an iPhone that won in the seventh annual iPhone Photography Awards

"This incredible series of photographs features “morbid depictions of common beauty rituals” of women. Created by artist Jessica Ledwich, each photo is just as bizarre as the next, showing just what women have gone through in their beauty practices that are quite “monstrous”. Ledwich says her project explores the fact that throughout “history, the bodies of women have been represented as a threatening form of sexuality”."

The Fanciful, Monstrous Feminine: one of the greatest feminist art series, ever

This incredible series of photographs features "morbid depictions of common beauty rituals" of women. Created by artist Jessica Ledwich, each photo is just

October 1942. “Women are trained as engine mechanics in thorough Douglas training methods. Douglas Aircraft Company, Long Beach, California.” #WWII #Rosie

Rare Color Photographs of Women at Work During WW2

"Women are trained as engine mechanics in thorough Douglas training methods." Photo by Alfred Palmer, Office of War Information, October

A rare photograph of a group of women sitting on piles of cotton with two white male overseers. Entitled "Freedom on the Plantation" circa 1863-1866. Robin Stanford Collection, DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University.

A post-war South Carolina scene at a cotton gin at the Knox Plantation. (Robin Stanford Collection/Courtesy of Library of Congress)

Historical photographs of women of color (WOC) can be hard to find, but Bust did just this. In a recent post, Bust featured several photographs of Victorian WOC, and in the photos, various WOC can ...

Historical photographs of women of color (WOC) can be hard to find, but Bust did just this. In a recent post, Bust featured several photographs of Victorian WOC, and in the photos, various WOC can .

Young, Black and Victorian: Wonderful photographs of Victorian women of color | Dangerous Minds

“But there weren& any black people back then!” When people of color are erased from images of historical eras, some folks have any number of excuses. These stunning Victorian photos blow those excuses away.

Romantic old photographs of 1900's women Edwardian clothing

Romantic old photographs of women circa 1900 in Edwardian cloth.Edwardian fashion by: Dollface and Dapper vintage clothes

B-25 bomber cowl assembly, North American Aviation, Kansas City, Kansas. October 1942.

Rare Color Photographs of Women at Work During WW2

Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Angel of History: 1942 - bomber cowl assembly, North American Aviation, Kansas City, Kansas. October Kodachrome transparency by Alfred Palmer

Rare Color Photographs of Women at Work During WW2 | Bored Panda

Rare Color Photographs of Women at Work During WW2

Girl worker at lunch also absorbing California sunshine, Douglas Aircraft Company, Long Beach, Calif. photographer: Palmer, Alfred T.

Ukrainian Photographer Brings Fairytales To Life In Magical Portraits Of Women With Animals | Bored Panda

Ukrainian Photographer Brings Fairytales To Life In Magical Portraits Of Women With Animals

Ukrainian Photographer Brings Fairytales To Life In Magical Portraits Of Women With Animals | Bored Panda

Ukrainian Photographer Brings Fairytales To Life In Magical Portraits Of Women With Animals

Anita Anti, a Ukrainian photographer based in New York, takes magical photographs of women and animals in forests, inspired by fairy tales .

"For his recently published picture book Freckles (Splice Pictures Publishing), the Swiss photographer Reto Caduff has taken pictures of freckled women all over Europe. His pictures prove: freckles are beautiful. Don’t hide yourself in the shade! I think what I love about this the most is the vast diversity of people who are blessed with freckles."

"For his recently published picture book Freckles (Splice Pictures Publishing), the Swiss photographer Reto Caduff has taken pictures of freckled women all over Europe. His pictures prove: freckles are beautiful. Don’t hide yourself in the shade!

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