Founder of a free school for slum children Rajesh Kumar Sharma, second from right, and Laxmi Chandra, right, write on black boards, painted on a building wall, at a free school run under a metro bridge in New Delhi, India. At least 30 children living in the nearby slums have been receiving free education from this school for the last three years.
(Photo: David Friedman / NBC News)
Homes in Breezy Point lie in ruin following a blaze during Hurricane Sandy.
A bus stop with swings
Except the truth is even better. This is in montreal and every summer they put up a series of musical swings. If you look in the background you can see more people swinging away.
Each swing is a set of four and has its own unique sound, but if you are in perfect harmony with the other 3 seats then an actual song is played. The theory is that you communicate and interact with people more if it’s for a specific goal and if you’re having fun
instead of using actual spray cans…artists are cleaning dirt off certain areas to make their masterpieces. and they are calling it reverse graffiti.
Hugh Holland’s iconic skateboard photography
Before street skating took off in America’s east coast, the mecca of skateboarding was Southern California. Starting in 1975, a young photographer named Hugh Holland captured what is now possibly the greatest collection of images of that era, featuring empty swimming pools used as skate bowls, the Venice and Huntington Beach boulevards, and suburban streets – all set against the Southern Californian sun.
Rose Seidler House, Wahroonga, Sydney, 1951
photographed by Marcel Seidler