Social documentary photographer Steve Evans has had his passport stamped in more than 100 countries and photographed thousands of people over the years. His mission: tell people’s stories and amplify the voice in their eyes. With increasing politicization of the refugee crisis in Europe and the United States, Steve published a collection of his images that document his experience with refugees.
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We’re excited to detail a number of new accessibility features enabled on Flickr. Read more here.
We’re happy to Welcome the Liberaal Archief of Belgium to the Flickr Commons. Read more about their collection here.
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It’s really interesting seeing what the Flickr Family from around the world cannot resist. Music, candy, popping bubble wrap – all are #SimplyIrresistible to some. […]