The undiscovered side of things.These photos shed new light on our environment.
Woman standing in a sea of military personnel.
Frida Kahlo as a boy, 1924
Cyclist’s legs after the Tour De France
Evelyn Mchale: She took her own life by jumping from the Empire State Building, 1947.
The interior of the Leaning Tower of Pisa
Annette Kellerman: First woman to wear a one-piece swimsuit and inspire others to follow her.
People falling from the towers, from the attack of September 11, 2001.
Women would be punished if their swimsuits were too short, in the 1920s.
Viewing a theatre backstage
Lesbian couple in Le Monocle, Paris, 1932
A work of art.
Inside a vault door on an 18th-century bench.
Dorothy Counts: One of the first black students admitted to Harry Hardy High School.
She faced a threat that affected her life and withdrew from school
The traffic control room in Beijing
Nikola Tesla sits in his lab.
The Magnifying Transmitter is one of the largest Tesla coils ever built. (Photo taken with double exposure)
The inside of a bowling ball
James Brock (hotel owner) pours acid into the pool.
He tried to disrupt swimmers protesting against the pure white policy.
Coloured entrance, Alabama, 1956
The remains of cosmonaut Vladimir Komarov, 1967
It is forbidden to photograph everything that has broken down in North Korea.
Eugen Weidmann: The Last Public Execution by the Guillotine, June 1939
In the Netherlands, for example, they make bricks.
Shield Advertising for Kids for Sale, Chicago, 1948
Top of Mt. Everest