Photo by @robertclarkphoto - The English Pouter is a breed of fancy pigeon developed over many years of selective breeding. English Pouters, along with other varieties of domesticated pigeons, are all descendants from the rock pigeon. A breed with an enlarged crop, their distinctiveness was described by Charles Darwin in the Variation of Animals and Plants via Domestication, saying that the breed was "perhaps the most distinct of all domesticated pigeons." This bird was photographed for a National Geographic article about Charles Darwin, "Was Darwin Wrong" NO was the first word of the article.
Max Roach photographed by Martin Schoeller (@martinschoeller) this is an edition of 3 and a beautiful silver gelatin print framed to Martin’s specifications. Check out the site for more details or send us a message.
Excited to announce that we have some works from the extremely talented @adamfergusonphoto available. Check it out to see more of the images from this incredibly powerful story. “Falmata, age 15, stands for a portrait in Maiduguri, Borno State, Nigeria, 2017. Falmata was strapped with a suicide bomb by Boko Haram but survived, finding help before carrying out her mission”