The Strange Collections Behind Belgian Windows, And More Best Photography Of The Week

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​​Every week, we curate the best new photography and photojournalism on the web, so you can spend your weekend kicking back and enjoying some beautiful pictures. Here are this week's picks:

The Strange Things Behind Belgian Windows

Photographer Jean-Luc Feixa roamed the streets and avenues of Belgium for months, with his camera at hand, curious about the hidden spots and the unique colours of his new hometown. 

[See the photos at Design Your Trust]

Photographer Captures ISS Transiting The Sun During First Solar Photoshoot

Photographer Mack Murdoc is always up for a challenge. And he certainly gave himself one when he decided to capture the International Space Station moving across the Sun. Though the ISS transits the Sun quite often—the space station orbits the Earth every 90 minutes—getting good images of it takes a lot of research and skill.

[See the photos at My Modern Met]

The Flimsy Veneer Of Gigantic Advertisements

Next time your eyes are drawn to a billboard or a commercial facade, try to notice what it's obscuring.

[See the photos at Wired]

A Visual Dispatch From One Of The World's Most Remote Islands

The six-by-six-mile volcanic island of Tristan da Cunha (the main island of an archipelago bearing the same name) sits in the remote waters of the South Atlantic, roughly equidistant from South Africa and Brazil, and about 1,500 miles from its nearest neighbor, the island of St. Helena. Lacking an airport, Tristan, part of a British Overseas Territory, can only be reached by ship — a journey that lasts about a week.

[See the photos at The New York Times]

A Summer In Sicily That Shows 'The Other Side Of The Postcard'

Shot exclusively on iPhone, Leandro's portrait of his home in Sicily is an up close and personal documentation through the eyes of a local.

[See the photos at It's Nice That]

The Cities That Went Silent Before Lockdown

When Mat Hennek shot some of the world's great cities - from Paris to Shanghai - without any people, he had no idea that empty streets would soon become the new normal

[See the photos at The Guardian]

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