By Chris White For Dailymail. Dozens of new photos and video give the most revealing look yet into Jeffrey Epstein's notorious 'baby making ranch' in the New Mexico desert, including his eight person party shower that is outfitted with dozens of bottles of oils, DailyMail. New photos show a staircase leading downstairs, as a former contractor claims the convicted pedophile built a 1, sq ft underground 'strip-club' for entertaining his VIP guests with teenage girls. Another source says security cameras were secretly fitted in every room and recorded the behavior of the rich and famous, which explains why he and his 'fixer' Ghislaine Maxwell apparently felt 'untouchable'. Drone footage - the first to be taken since Epstein took his own life last August - shows the ranch in a desolate state with the gardens showing signs of disrepair and neglect. Aerial photos also reveal the private airstrip, which is where Epstein flew in teenage girls on his plane, which was dubbed the 'Lolita Express'. Dozens of new photos and video give the most revealing insight yet into Jeffrey Epstein's notorious 'baby making Zorro Ranch' in the New Mexico desert. Pictures from inside the main house show a 'party shower' for up to eight people with four shelves full of toiletries and oils.
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Why Use Lifestyle Images? Why Are They So Popular?
There's one thing you quickly learn when using images in your work: lifestyle images photos are the best-performing ones for pretty much any purpose, and especially for advertising and promotion. For this very reason, it's one of the all-time popular categories in stock photography, and a constant in visual trends year after year. But what's lifestyle image meaning? What kind of photos fall under this label? Where to find them?
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This collection of images is a testament to a mere fraction of the conflicts and triumphs, catastrophes and achievements and simple but poignant moments of everyday life in the past days. Week after week, protesters poured onto the wide boulevards of Hong Kong, where the photographer Lam Yik Fei seemed to be everywhere. Brexit drew tens of thousands into the streets of London. A subway fare increase was the final spark that led to protests in Santiago, Chile, and people heaved makeshift bombs along a bridge linking Venezuela and Colombia. Every year the photo editors of The New York Times cull through days of photographs in an attempt to recapture and visually distill the year. The result is this collection of images, a visual chronicle of violence, political power struggles, climate catastrophes, mass shootings and a few poignant scenes of everyday life. Some stories were obvious in their photographic power. The wildfires that erupted across California seemed urgent and frightening.