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Twenty years after the beginning of multiracial democracy in South Africa, the Born Frees—the first generation of the so-called rainbow nation—have come of age. While they have inherited a free country from parents who have fought long and hard against apartheid, theirs is a story of growing up in a democracy that is complex and young. They grapple with enormous issues—access to education, gang violence, corruption, HIV/AIDS, and income inequality, to name a few. More than half of the nation’s 18-25 year olds are unemployed. 
Photographer Krisanne Johnson has been awarded a 2014 Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography for her project ‘South Africa’s Post-Apartheid Youth.’ Read more about Krisanne and the project here.
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Twenty years after the beginning of multiracial democracy in South Africa, the Born Frees—the first generation of the so-called rainbow nation—have come of age. While they have inherited a free country from parents who have fought long and hard against apartheid, theirs is a story of growing up in a democracy that is complex and young. They grapple with enormous issues—access to education, gang violence, corruption, HIV/AIDS, and income inequality, to name a few. More than half of the nation’s 18-25 year olds are unemployed. 
Photographer Krisanne Johnson has been awarded a 2014 Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography for her project ‘South Africa’s Post-Apartheid Youth.’ Read more about Krisanne and the project here.
reportagebygettyimages:

Twenty years after the beginning of multiracial democracy in South Africa, the Born Frees—the first generation of the so-called rainbow nation—have come of age. While they have inherited a free country from parents who have fought long and hard against apartheid, theirs is a story of growing up in a democracy that is complex and young. They grapple with enormous issues—access to education, gang violence, corruption, HIV/AIDS, and income inequality, to name a few. More than half of the nation’s 18-25 year olds are unemployed. 
Photographer Krisanne Johnson has been awarded a 2014 Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography for her project ‘South Africa’s Post-Apartheid Youth.’ Read more about Krisanne and the project here.
Earth images from Alexander Gerst in 4K - YouTube
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Here’s Why SeaWorld’s Plan for a New Orca Environment is Another Gigantic FAIL
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Colorful & casual via urbanoutfitters.
Cherem Arquitectos creates a concrete landmark in the Mexico City suburb of Bosque Real | Architecture | Wallpaper* Magazine
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Artist Laurent Gongora “redrew” the shape of a waterfall in France’s mountainous Massif Central region by attaching 24 geometric metal elements to the rock behind the Cascade de Vaucoux. The metal triangles form a diamond in order to divert the torrents of water in unexpected directions.
Gongora’s project is titled Les Cascadeurs, which translates to “the stuntmen” and also relates to the French word for “waterfall.”

amazing!!!
mymodernmet:

Artist Laurent Gongora “redrew” the shape of a waterfall in France’s mountainous Massif Central region by attaching 24 geometric metal elements to the rock behind the Cascade de Vaucoux. The metal triangles form a diamond in order to divert the torrents of water in unexpected directions.
Gongora’s project is titled Les Cascadeurs, which translates to “the stuntmen” and also relates to the French word for “waterfall.”

amazing!!!
mymodernmet:

Artist Laurent Gongora “redrew” the shape of a waterfall in France’s mountainous Massif Central region by attaching 24 geometric metal elements to the rock behind the Cascade de Vaucoux. The metal triangles form a diamond in order to divert the torrents of water in unexpected directions.
Gongora’s project is titled Les Cascadeurs, which translates to “the stuntmen” and also relates to the French word for “waterfall.”

amazing!!!
mymodernmet:

Artist Laurent Gongora “redrew” the shape of a waterfall in France’s mountainous Massif Central region by attaching 24 geometric metal elements to the rock behind the Cascade de Vaucoux. The metal triangles form a diamond in order to divert the torrents of water in unexpected directions.
Gongora’s project is titled Les Cascadeurs, which translates to “the stuntmen” and also relates to the French word for “waterfall.”

amazing!!!
mymodernmet:

Artist Laurent Gongora “redrew” the shape of a waterfall in France’s mountainous Massif Central region by attaching 24 geometric metal elements to the rock behind the Cascade de Vaucoux. The metal triangles form a diamond in order to divert the torrents of water in unexpected directions.
Gongora’s project is titled Les Cascadeurs, which translates to “the stuntmen” and also relates to the French word for “waterfall.”

amazing!!!