In a photo series titled ‘Dinner in New York,’ artist and photographer Miho Aikawa explored how New Yorkers spend their evening meal times - alone.
In the photo above, Chelsea Olson, a model, concentrates on her food while reviewing her busy day.
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In a photo series titled ‘Dinner in New York,’ artist and photographer Miho Aikawa explored how New Yorkers spend their evening meal times - alone.

In the photo above, Chelsea Olson, a model, concentrates on her food while reviewing her busy day.

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From a collection of photographs entitled ‘Paris Noir’ by Nichole Robertson.

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From a collection of photographs entitled ‘Paris Noir’ by Nichole Robertson.

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The Supermoon rises over houses in Olvera, in the southern Spanish province of Cadiz.
Photograph by Jon Nazca - Reuters

The Supermoon rises over houses in Olvera, in the southern Spanish province of Cadiz.

Photograph by Jon Nazca - Reuters

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Inspired by vintage autos, boat hulls and an Airstream caravan, UK-based kitchen manufacturers deVOL have launched a line of retro contemporary kitchens called the Air Kitchen.
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Inspired by vintage autos, boat hulls and an Airstream caravan, UK-based kitchen manufacturers deVOL have launched a line of retro contemporary kitchens called the Air Kitchen.

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Bel Air, California residence is encased in beautiful Travertine stone.

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Bel Air, California residence is encased in beautiful Travertine stone.

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A ‘cab stand’ at Madison Square Park, New York City, circa 1900.

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A ‘cab stand’ at Madison Square Park, New York City, circa 1900.

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Since it’s July 4th, why not fly a drone through fireworks? 

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