Mischa Keijser is a professional photographer living and working in The Netherlands. He recently self-published a very handsome limited edition book of personal photos that he views as a visual diary of the period in his life dating from the death of his father, through falling in love, and the birth of Mischa's first child. In between are moments of majesty in local Dutch landscapes, and meditations on the treatment of animals and the environment in modern society.
The CIA's attempt to corner North Vietnam left Laos pockmarked with tens of millions of bombs which remain to this day—some say it will be another 150 years before the country is cleared. In other words, the last victim of a decades-old war hasn't even been born yet.
Video featuring— see him in action on city streets, talking about his approach to photography.
Ukraine has, is, and seemingly always will struggle to define itself—as these pictures show, its shores and its buildings are so fundamentally intertwined with Russia that the two can be impossible to distinguish. Just one shared (Black) sea of concrete...
Dream-like images of an ever-changing Japanese landscape and the weather that continually forms and reconfigures its wild beauty.