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A Rooftop Pool in India

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Enchanting Nogawa Cherry Blossoms Illuminated at Night

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Martin_Bailey_36224 © Martin Bailey / Offset

Standing amidst a crowd of awestruck onlookers, Tokyo-based photographer Martin Bailey captures the silhouetted scene of the Nogawa Cherry Blossom light-up, a yearly event that draws some 100,000 people to the freshly blooming flowers.

Tourist Trap in Akela Flats, NM

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Screw the Sharks: 14 Surf Photos That Inspire Us to Hang Ten

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Watching the movie Jaws repeatedly as a kid ruined my chances of ever becoming a surfer but that doesn’t mean I can’t appreciate the incredible beauty of the sport. From the amazing waves in Tahiti, to a frozen blizzard on the Jersey shore, our latest Offset show captures the magical allure of the ocean. As summer draws to a close and our beach days are numbered, this set inspires us to take the train to The Rockaways just one last time.

Miniature Version of Berlin’s Floating Swimming Pool

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Delightful Portraits of American Tourists Sightseeing in the 1980s

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Elevating the family snapshot into the realm of fine art, photographer Roger Minick catalogs the hurried and delirious crowds of tourists visiting American landmarks in the early 1980s. For Sightseer, Minick and his wife traveled from site to site in search of eccentric characters posed against such destinations as the majestic Yosemite National Park, historic Yellowstone National Park, or the austere gabbro walls of the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial.

Photo du Jour: Shadow of Mount Fuji

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Photographer Kris J B, or Kris J. Boorman, has climbed Japan’s 12,380 foot Mount Fuji four times, each with the dream of capturing the perfect shot. On his third trek, he documented the shadow of the mountain extending to the West over the rocky landscape, but the image was not exactly what he was looking for, so he returned on year later for the final time before retuning home to the United Kingdom, preserving his memory of Japan in one arresting photograph.

Ethereal Photos of Ice in Iceland

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Standing on the shores of Iceland’s black sand beach, South Carolina-based photographer Richard Bernabe captures pyramidal iceberg fragments thrust from the sea. At dawn and dusk, the otherworldly ice sculptures are set aglow with pink rays, sparkling like gems against the dark sand.

Mirjam Bleeker’s Dreamy Photos of Sunlit Interiors and Delectable Sweets

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Amsterdam-based travel and documentary photographer Mirjam Bleeker has visited everywhere from Ibiza to Brazil, Kenya to Chile. Her photographs, many of which were shot at hotels, capture the essence of the culture and climate of their region, evoking the scents and smells of faraway places.

The Piercing Stares of Holy Men in Pushkar, India

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© Brian Hodges / Offset

Brian_Hodges_34074© Brian Hodges / Offset

Having journeyed everywhere from Mongolia to Italy, travel and portrait photographer Brian Hodges seeks a genuine connection with each of his subjects, no matter how different they might be from one another. By framing those from diverse communities against a blank backdrop, he removes them from their cultural surroundings in hopes of highlighting the shared humanity that extends beyond geographical and social barriers. Here, he explores Pushkar, India, a Hindu pilgrimage site, through a group of sadhus, or holy men.