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The New York Times has photos from around the world showing empty public spaces and gives a visualization to the meaning of social distancing that they are calling The Great Empty. Worth a look.
“The internet’s source of freely usable images. Powered by creators everywhere.”–Unsplash
You can browse NASA’s Image and Video Library online; you can also access it via NASA’s API. Through that interface, you can search by caption, keyword, location, photographer, year created, and other fields; in return, you get structured data on each media file. The library was launched two years ago, bringing together more than 140,000 images, videos, and audio files that had previously been spread across dozens of separate collections.
“A four-part series on BBC authored by journalist and artist James Bridle examining how technology is changing visual culture.”