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Ocean City, New Jersey has unleashed a posse of raptors — four hawks, two falcons and an owl — to take on snack-thieving gulls
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NYT Photo Aug 18
These photos record the ways in which people have reinvented the commute over the years — by walking, bicycling, scooting, flying or hopping on a ferry
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NYT Photo Aug 17
Yes, you can actually hike in New York, and these spots of greenery will make you forget you're in the city
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NYT Photo Aug 16
The crowds at “Black Woodstock” were “open and ready to ride the wave of a local black sound utopia,” writes Daphne A. Brooks
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NYT Photo Aug 16
The secret to the best summer ever? “Skating by yourself is still great, but skating with someone else is just magic."
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NYT Photo Aug 15
Barbara Crane, an abstract photographer whose camera transformed mundane objects into provocative, playful and sometimes frightening fantasies, has died at 91
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NYT Photo Aug 15
As the days get hotter in cities like Phoenix, work and play are shifting into the cooler hours
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NYT Photo Aug 12
In the Ivory Coast, a group of women is turning plastic into an asset that will help other women earn a decent living while cleaning up the environment – and improving education, too
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NYT Photo Aug 11
From the beginning, Toni Morrison never strived to be mysterious, as so many authors do, writes. These photographs confirm what those who spent any time with her knew: She was gregarious and honest. She always let the world in.
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NYT Photo Aug 10
Floodwaters swamped more than half a million acres of forest and farmland in the lower Mississippi Delta more than six months ago, gulping up highways and homes, livestock and tractors
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NYT Photo Aug 9
The books Toni Morrison wrote are an indisputable bounty, but the photos of her are their own kind of gift: a reminder that her life was a dance, a voyage of discovery, decades in the making
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NYT Photo Aug 8
An unmarried woman over 25 in Japan was once called a "Christmas cake," a slur referencing pastries that can’t sell after Dec. 25. Now so many women are choosing to be single, the slur is fading – and women are rejecting the double standard it's based on.
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NYT Photo Aug 7
These photos of Toni Morrison, writes, capture “black girl magic” incarnate: so much beauty, so much power, so much excellence and activism and joy packed into just a few images
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NYT Photo Aug 6
The telephone began to pervade our lives at the end of the 19th century, and then — as you can see in these photos from The New York Times’s archives — it became our lives
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NYT Photo Aug 5
“Online, younger women feel they are instantly heard. That gives them a feeling of power. Older women didn’t have that release. Now they do. They’re finally finding a place to vent.”
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NYT Photo Aug 4
The act of lounging on a novelty pool float has become visual shorthand for a carefree, idyllic lifestyle. The phenomenon shows no signs of deflating.
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NYT Photo Aug 3
Using sustainable bamboo, architects and engineers are embracing the "logic of the weave"
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NYT Photo Aug 3
Across America, the face of stripping, and its audience, is changing. No longer the domain solely of finance bros and the like unwinding after hours, strip clubs these days are also frequented by couples and friends.
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NYT Photo Aug 2
Meet the athletes redefining fitness in the New York City's parks
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NYT Photo Aug 1
At first glance, roller derby seems like a 21st century feminist punk fever dream. But this full-contact whirlwind on wheels has roots stretching back nearly a century.
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