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Rebecca Scheinberg

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Tohu va Bohu” by Australian-born photographer Rebecca Scheinberg, a recent graduate of London College of Communications. Here she takes a commercial aesthetic and gives it a “trace of something more sinister, a hint that behind the veil of commercial charm, there is something darker at play.” Found via our December Submissions.

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KangHee Kim

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Photos by Korean-born, New York-based photographer, KangHee Kim. More below

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Brett Lloyd

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Photos by photographer Brett Lloyd. More below.

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19.12.14 by Jeff

Sanne De Wilde

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“Snow White”, beautiful portraits of albinos by Flemish photographer Sanne De Wilde. More below.

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Marta Berens

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“Fairytale”,  photos by Polish photographer Marta Berens. More below.

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Daesung Lee

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“Futuristic Archeology”, photos by Korean photographer Daesung Lee about the desertification of Mongolia, and the rapidly changing environment’s affect on the traditional Mongolian nomadic lifestyle. The series was created using printed images on a giant billboard. More images below.

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18.12.14 by Jeff

Ying Ang

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“Gold Coast” photos by photographer Ying Ang. More below.

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08.12.14 by Jeff

TIME Picks 10 Most Influential Photos of 2014

time-magazine-top201404Photo by Ellen DeGeneres (technically a selfie by Bradley Cooper). Hollywood, California. Became the most re-tweeted photo in history.

 

time-magazine-top201401Photo by Thomas van Houtryve. House boats on Lake Oroville, California. The lake is 70% empty due to California’s severe drought.

 

time-magazine-top201402Photo by Nikita Dudnik. Sudden hail storm in Novosibirsk Russia.

 

time-magazine-top201403Photo by Massimo Sestini (from a helicopter). He spent 12 days aboard an Italian Navy ship as it rescued migrants between Africa and Malta.

TIME has selected ten images, from thousands, that they felt were the most influential this year. Warning: some of the images are graphic. You can see their full list, and read about each image in greater detail here.