From The Road To Tepeyac, a series showing Mexican Catholic pilgrims on their journey to the Basilica de Guadalupe in Mexico City.
February 28, 2011 A photo series shows the backs of 300 Mexican Catholic pilgrims on their journey to the Basilica de Guadalupe in Mexico City.
At the 1954 Academy Awards, Audrey Hepburn cradles the Oscar for best actress, awarded for her first lead role and her first Hollywood movie, Roman Holiday.
Ralph Morse/Getty Images/Classic Oscar Photos: The 1950s
February 26, 2011 The 83rd Oscars are right around the corner and Life is looking back at some of the most iconic Academy moments through the years.
Nothing like a union protest to really get you in the mood. (Protesters demonstrate in the capitol rotunda on Feb. 25, 2011 in Madison, Wisc.)
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February 25, 2011 Despite the gravity of protests at home and abroad, there's always room for a little love.
The Eiffel Tower, Paris
February 25, 2011 Photographer Corinne Vionnet combines anonymous tourist photos found on the Internet into one digital collage.
February 23, 2011 Most tourists, who come in buses to the former Nazi prison camp for the day, may not notice the people living in the surrounding towns.
This will be the story of a gnome.
Courtesy of Gnome Life
February 21, 2011 A brave and technologically-hip gnome has moved away from his cozy, pastoral home and settled in New York City.
February 20, 2011 Much of the scientific world is directly observable — we can take photographs, micrographs, measurements and recordings. The International Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge seeks to showcase "cutting-edge efforts to visualize scientific data, principles and ideas."
A Pakistani man and boy, displaced by floods, walk through flood waters on Aug. 22, 2010 in the village of Baseera near Muzaffargarh in Punjab, Pakistan.
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February 19, 2011 For six weeks photographer Daniel Berehulak relentlessly covered the 2010 floods in Pakistan, revealing the immense suffering endured by millions of Pakistanis.
February 18, 2011 Science Friday's video pick is a double feature. Scientists in the U.K. used high-speed photography to reveal how fleas leap. Mac Stone, wildlife photographer and field biologist, stuffed a camera in a traffic cone and got some beauty shots of burrowing owls in south Florida.
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Photographer Sally Mann and Larry Mann, in her home gallery in Lexington, Va., have been married for 40 years.
February 17, 2011 Sally Mann, considered one of the most influential photographers of her time, has recently focused her work on her husband of 40 years, Larry. About 15 years ago, Larry was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy. Mann photographed him in a project called "Proud Flesh." "He's really brave," she says.
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February 17, 2011 In the 1950s, Gita Lenz had photographs at MOMA. But, for some reason, she stopped photographing altogether a few years later. Her archive has been rediscovered and published in book form.
Daisy Mae, a miniature Vietnamese potbellied pig, lounges on a couch in West St. Paul, Minn.
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February 17, 2011 A National Geographic article explores the various ways humans have tried — and are still trying — to tame animals like foxes and potbellied pigs, as well as the ways animals seem to domesticate themselves.
An African grey parrot
February 16, 2011 Airport scanners found the critters last week in Bangkok — a menagerie that included snakes, lizards, squirrels, turtles, tortoises, horned frogs and a parrot.
February 14, 2011 A video from Canada explores the moment when two lovers meet — hearts racing as time slows down.
February 14, 2011 Feeling forlorn with no one to kiss on Valentine's day? These photos might make you grateful.
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