From the 2014 VICE Photo Issue: Thomas Albdorf’s Walk in the Woods

From the 2014 VICE Photo Issue: Walk in the Woods
Thomas Albdorf makes beautiful images and then gives them titles like this: “The Blooming of the Daffodil Flower Between May and June Leads Many Tourists Towards Lunzer Lake.” Get into it!

From the 2014 VICE Photo Issue: Walk in the Woods

Thomas Albdorf makes beautiful images and then gives them titles like this: “The Blooming of the Daffodil Flower Between May and June Leads Many Tourists Towards Lunzer Lake.” Get into it!

vicenews:

Yes, that is a volcano made of garbage.

vicenews:

Yes, that is a volcano made of garbage.

Read a conversation with Portland photographer Missy Prince about deserts, darkrooms, and goats on leashes.

From the VICE Photo Issue 2014: Roxana Azar

munchies:

I Milked A Trout
Yes, it’s possible to milk a fish.

munchies:

I Milked A Trout

Yes, it’s possible to milk a fish.

The Sloths That Could Cure Cancer

VICE News host Thomas Morton swings from the trees with an international team of scientists in Panama that’s found a promising treatment for malaria, Chagas disease and breast cancer in the most unlikely place: The mossy fur of tree sloths. It’s yet another reason to not cut down rainforests. About half of all drugs brought to market from 1997-2006 came from plants, fungi and bacteria discovered by “bio-prospectors” in nature. And we see that sloths are just one of many new and unusual frontiers for this research.

From Galilee to the Negev

An exclusive look at photographer Stephen Shore’s work for the This Place project, exploring the complexities of Israel and the West Bank.

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