понедељак, 07. октобар 2013.

Fashion Show, Paris


Models wait backstage at Emanuel Ungaro's ready-to-wear show in this picture from a June 1989 National Geographic story on the business of fashion in Paris.

Causeway Bay, Hong Kong


Crowds pass through Hong Kong's Causeway Bay in this picture submitted to our Your Shot photo community. "So many people, marching across the street, back-to-back," says contributor Brian Yen. "It all starts to blur together."

Red Square, Moscow


St. Basil's Cathedral is brilliantly lit on a winter's night in Red Square, the famed brick plaza long used by Kremlin occupants for meetings and celebrations. Today, the square is anchored by some of Moscow's most popular attractions, including the State History Museum and the mausoleum of Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin.

Skyline, Chicago


Fifty-two stories above Chicago, city noises fade and vistas expand for guests at a Marina City residence around 1967.

Baiterek Monument, Kazakhstan


The Baiterek, towering over the central promenade in Astana, Kazakhstan, flares green against a dappled evening sky. Intended as a symbol of the new capital, the 318-foot monument evokes a giant tree with a golden egg in its branches. In the Kazakh myth of Samruk, a sacred bird lays a golden egg in the branches of a poplar each year.

Ankara, Turkey


Whirling dervishes perform the ritual dance of the Sufi sect in a showroom in Ankara. Practitioners believe the act of repeatedly spinning allows them to forget their earthly body and move closer to God.

Teenagers, Brooklyn


In 1980s Brooklyn, teenage couples stand proudly before a flashy Trans Am. Photographer Robert Madden shot this image while on assignment for a June 1982 story by Alice J. Hall, who described the ever changing borough as "Much abused, much maligned, and much loved … an authentic American amalgam, with all its achievement and failure."