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“Roadside Friend”. (Photo by Corey Arnold/Charles A. Harman Fine Art/The Guardian)

Corey Arnold is a fine art photographer and a commercial fisherman, working the stormy waters of the Bering Sea by Alaska. His latest work documents life in this remote wilderness, both at sea and on the shore, capturing trawlers, foxes, eagles and the grandeur of the scenery. “Aleutian Dreams” can be seen at Charles A Hartman Fine Art in Portland, Oregon, until 27 May. Here: “Roadside Friend”. (Photo by Corey Arnold/Charles A. Harman Fine Art/The Guardian)
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12 Apr 2017 09:51:00
A friend of Ron Gile holding up a red road flare inside the amazing Alaskan ice cave. (Photo by Ron Gile/Caters News)

This photographer is walking on thin ice after taking stunning photographs inside an Alaskan ice cave that could collapse at any moment. With it's dazzling turquoise walls and and huge open spaces, it's hard to imagine that this incredible frozen cavern was only formed at the beginning of 2012. But despite it's seemingly mystical allure, the fascinating natural phenomena is at risk of collapsing in on itself without warning. (Photo by Ron Gile/Caters News)
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06 Oct 2014 08:44:00
Both men and women dressed as singer Kate Bush from her 1978 video to her song “Wuthering Heights” dance in a brief rehearsal before seeking to create a new world's record for the most people dancing in costume to the song at once at Tempelhofer Feld park on July 16, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

Both men and women dressed as singer Kate Bush from her 1978 video to her song “Wuthering Heights” dance in a brief rehearsal before seeking to create a new world's record for the most people dancing in costume to the song at once at Tempelhofer Feld park on July 16, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. While a precise account was unavailable just after the event, a calculated estimate put the number of dancers at between 400 and 500, well above the previous record set in 2013 in Brighton, UK of 300. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
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17 Jul 2016 11:20:00
People gather on the beach to see the carcass of a male sub-adult humpback whale that washed up at New Port Beach overnight at Newport Beach overnight on August 1, 2012 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Brendon Thorne)

“The young adult humpback could have a plot waiting for it at a whale graveyard hidden in bushland at Garrigal Garigal National Park”. – Janet Fife-Yeomans via AdelaideNow

Photo: People gather on the beach to see the carcass of a male sub-adult humpback whale that washed up at New Port Beach overnight at Newport Beach overnight on August 1, 2012 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Brendon Thorne)
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02 Aug 2012 13:16:00
Polar bears prepare to feast on the remains of a bowhead whale, harvested legally by whalers during their annual subsistence hunt, just outside the Inupiat village of Kaktovik, Alaska, USA, 10 September 2017. (Photo by Jim Lo Scalzo/EPA/EFE)

Polar bears prepare to feast on the remains of a bowhead whale, harvested legally by whalers during their annual subsistence hunt, just outside the Inupiat village of Kaktovik, Alaska, USA, 10 September 2017. As climate change shrinks their natural habitat, polar bears are turning Kaktovik into their very own sanctuary city. (Photo by Jim Lo Scalzo/EPA/EFE)
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28 Sep 2017 07:33:00
An emotional former President George Bush, sniffs after touching the flag-draped casket of his father, former President George H.W. Bush, during his State Funeral at the National Cathedral, Wednesday, December 5, 2018, in Washington. (Photo by Andrew Harnik/Pool via Reuters)

An emotional former President George Bush, sniffs after touching the flag-draped casket of his father, former President George H.W. Bush, during his State Funeral at the National Cathedral, Wednesday, December 5, 2018, in Washington. (Photo by Andrew Harnik/Pool via Reuters)
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06 Dec 2018 09:02:00
In late summer and early autumn polar bears flock to the native village of Kaktovik in the Alaskan Arctic to eat at “the boneyard” – the remains of whales annually hunted by the community. (Photo by Katie Orlinsky/Getty Images)

A selection of work by four photojournalists who have won grants of $10,000 and editorial support from the agency. Here: “Chasing Winter” by Katie Orlinksy. In late summer and early autumn polar bears flock to the native village of Kaktovik in the Alaskan Arctic to eat at “the boneyard” – the remains of whales annually hunted by the community. (Photo by Katie Orlinsky/Getty Images)
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02 Sep 2016 13:55:00
US President George W. Bush (R) and Russian President Vladimir Putin wave as the two presidents go for a ride in Putin's 1956 Volga before dinner 08 May 2005 at the his residence outside of Moscow. Bush hailed Russia's “bravery and sacrifice” in defeating Nazism, as he met Putin ahead of ceremonies marking the 60th anniversary of the end of World War II. Bush, who the previous day criticized the decades-long Soviet occupation of central Europe, said he was looking forward to the 09 May ceremony on Moscow's Red Square, to be attended by over 50 national leaders. (Photo by Tim Sloan/AFP Photo)

US President George W. Bush (R) and Russian President Vladimir Putin wave as the two presidents go for a ride in Putin's 1956 Volga before dinner 08 May 2005 at the his residence outside of Moscow. Bush hailed Russia's “bravery and sacrifice” in defeating Nazism, as he met Putin ahead of ceremonies marking the 60th anniversary of the end of World War II. Bush, who the previous day criticized the decades-long Soviet occupation of central Europe, said he was looking forward to the 09 May ceremony on Moscow's Red Square, to be attended by over 50 national leaders. (Photo by Tim Sloan/AFP Photo)
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24 Jun 2017 08:10:00