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Category: Photo Stories

“Rooflines” by Steven Millman

Like with the majority of my images, I picked an area to visit and explore it with my camera. This

“Sadness” by Ra Tinoko

This image was unplanned. A few years ago I started working on a very personal series called Every Body has

“Eucalyptus Forest in Clearing Mist, Near Cessnock, Australia” by Geoff Woods

I left home early one morning, an hour before sunrise to photograph a place called Paxton Swamp. On arrival there

“The Harbour Wall” by Tom Ryan

On a damp and cold Wednesday evening I led a group of photographers from Perth on a photo walk around

“Pardon Me” by Mukti Echwantono

This photo tells about the break up of a couple who did not have time to say goodbye for some

“Viewing the New Crater at Geldingadalir Eruption” by Einar Pall Svavarsson

When a new crater opened at Geldingadalir valley at Reykjanes Peninsula on April 19th, people flocked to the location. It

“Light Therapy” by Behzad Soltani

The ongoing state of our world has been taking its toll on me. I’ve been feeling lost (physically, mentally and

“Lockdown Self Portrait” by Mike Glyde

I am a purely amateur photographer who loves all elements of photography and never stops learning or trying new things.

“The Blue Bin” by Ray Harris

I recently moved to Ballarat (known for its Foto Biennale and soon to host a permanent centre for photography). Inspired,

“Phylactère” by Daniel Thibault

I have done my college years studying in arts and history of arts. I’m a big fan oh the Pre-Raphaelites

“Rampa Marina” by Franco Cappellari

I took this picture in 2006. Already for some time I had been planning to create a photographic reportage on

“Determination” by Steve Runer

This photo was taken on June 28, 2015, while I was a member of the Board of Directors and official

“Untitled” by Pierre Lemieux

It was at the end of winter. I was walking with a friend through my neighborhood and suddenly these two

“Deep in the Woods” by Damon Mitchell

Like a lot of people I have been off work during the past few months due to the current situation,

“A Memory of Steel” by W. Scott Olsen

Why are photographers drawn to ruins? It does not matter if the ruin is an abandoned home, a collapsing barn,