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A Q&A with "Deer Photographer" Yoko Ishii

Our on our bloglatest story features the striking photos of Yoko Ishii, whose obsession with the deer of her native Japan has helped created some of the most surreal wildlife images you've ever seen. In the ancient city of Nara, where these animals have long been considered sacred, protected Sika deer move freely through the streets; Ishii's work (nearly six years in the making) manages to evoke both a sacred past and a fantastical future. Join us over on our blog for a look behind the scenes with her.

Photo by Yoko Ishii.

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Decorated Tribeswomen of India's Ziro Valley

No 81

Near India’s eastern border with Myanmar, in the hill state of Arunachal Pradesh, around 50,000 members of the Apatani tribe crowd into a single upland valley.The Apatani are closer to their roots than many other Asian tribes, having enjoyed years of isolation from outside rule. It wasn’t until the early 20th century that British administrators first took an...

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Credits

  • Photographer - Wojtek Stark
  • Text - Darrell Hartman

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