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Lionel Lindsay, ca. 1900-1912, by Lionel Lindsay | by State Library of New South Wales collection

More about Lionel Lindsay: Format: Photograph Find more detailed information about this photographic collection: From the collection of the State Library of New South Wales www.

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Watercolor map from Bicycle Portraits https://github.com/ddai/hand-drawn-maps http://www.bicycleportraits.co.za/collections/original-watercolor-map-paintings

Beautiful hand-painted watercolour maps that are part of Stan Engelbrecht & Nic Grobler's project Bicycle portraits; a study of commuter culture is South Africa.

I aim to transport the viewer to a familiar yet extraordinary world says underwater photographer Jem Cresswell (@jemcresswell). He bought his first underwater camera when he was 17 years old. I was immediately addicted and intrigued with the new world it opened up. Fourteen years on nothing has changed says Jem who lives on the desert coastline of South Australia. I strive to learn from my mistakes and evolve my craft. Photography is a constant evolution. He is currently working on a new…

I aim to transport the viewer to a familiar yet extraordinary world says underwater photographer Jem Cresswell (@jemcresswell). He bought his first underwater camera when he was 17 years old. I was immediately addicted and intrigued with the new world it opened up. Fourteen years on nothing has changed says Jem who lives on the desert coastline of South Australia. I strive to learn from my mistakes and evolve my craft. Photography is a constant evolution. He is currently working on a new…

Florence Rodway, "Kate McIlrath," 1924, pastel on paper, 59.1 x 45.4 cm, State Library of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Florence Rodway, "Kate McIlrath," 1924, pastel on paper, 59.1 x 45.4 cm, State Library of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Photographer Raphaela Rosella created a portrait of a “socially isolated” girl named Laurinda in a disadvantaged community in Moree, New South Wales, Australia. She was wearing a purple dress and waiting for a bus to go to Sunday School. World Press Photo of the Year 2014 #Petapixel  #photojournalism #bullying #outcast

World Press Photo Disqualifies 20% of Finalists, Picks Photo of the Year for 2014

Laurinda is among many socially isolated young women in disadvantaged communities in Australia. Laurinda by Raphaela Rosella won first prize in the portraits singles category.

A perfect landing by Bret Charman, New South Wales, Australia

Bird Photographer of the Year 2017 – in pictures

A perfect landing by Bret Charman, New South Wales, Australia

Paul Gallen Photos Photos - Paul Gallen of the Blues poses during a New South Wales Blues NRL State of Origin portrait session at The Novatel on May 24, 2016 in Coffs Harbour, Australia. - New South Wales Blues Portrait Session

Paul Gallen Photos Photos: New South Wales Blues Portrait Session

Paul Gallen Photos Photos - Paul Gallen of the Blues poses during a New South Wales Blues NRL State of Origin portrait session at The Novatel on May 2016 in Coffs Harbour, Australia. - New South Wales Blues Portrait Session

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