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Category: Photo Stories

“Yellow Stripes And Lines” by Ross Duncan

I quite often take my camera out for a walk. It’s good for the soul and good for your health.

“Colors of San Miguel de Allende 1” by Frederick Fenyvessy

In early 2021 I was challenged by a valued mentor, Laurie J Klein, as to how my vision had changed

“Zero” by Christodoulos Papadopoulos

The Tate Modern is always on my list whenever I visit London. It had been a while since I last

“Poppy Haze” by Christine Alexander

During COVID-19 times and once restrictions eased I took great joy from visiting Beth Chatto’s gardens near Colchester where the

“PoppySeed and Emanuel #16” by E. E. McCollum

I always try to arrive at the studio early. In part, I want time to set up the lights, arrange

“Alone in the Museum” by Johanna Liljestrand Rönn

This photo was taken at the beginning of this last summer. I was alone in the museum. I work at

“Never Forget” by Mara Zaslove

As a photographer, I strive to create visual conversations. When shooting, I feel in tune with what’s around me and

“Abstract in Plastic #1” by Patrick Arnold

In 2015 I was commissioned through the studio I work for to create some photo art pieces for the corporate

“Untitled” by Nicolas Castermans

This mountain stands at 5,000 meters above the sea level in the region of Cusco, Peru. It is known as

“Untitled” by Lin Blythe

This is an image from my project “Passenger” which records my journeys to and from Liverpool on the Cross River

“St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church” by Mike Kukulski

My wife and I were returning from a Door County, Wisconsin vacation last week, and decided to take the smaller

“This Way” by Des Mullan

They say bad weather makes for good photographs. I certainly hope this is the case here. I live on a

“Cold Flower” by Andreas Wenninger

When the COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdown happened in March 2020, most of outdoor activities were cancelled, I decided to

“Morning Cigarette” by Stephen Uhraney

I have been wanting to do a narrative photograph with my girlfriend for quite sometime. As she was sitting on

“Anesthesia” by Alex Sher

There is the time right before sunset when the wind calms down and stops rocking boats, when the harbor turns