The Northern Norwegian fishing and whaling communities are being challenged by the young people leaving these small islands for a different life. The traditions and cultures are being lost as the youth migrate to the mainland and never return.
— Marcus Bleasdale
NAMI is a series of photos of waves around the shores of Sado Island in Japan. The photographer, a young Buddhist monk named
Intimate, temporary geographies of stream flow and seasonal rounds of freeze and thaw.
Before photographing conflicts around the world, photojournalist Stanley Greene was on the front lines of San Francisco's punk scene.