Marcin Ryczek - This image has a very graphic feeling with bold lines and high contrast. The ying & yang nature of the photo creates perfect tension and balance.

A Man Feeding Swans in the Snow by Marcin Ryczek. Polish photographer Marcin Ryczek snapped this once-in-a-lifetime photograph of a man feeding swans and ducks from a snowy river bank in Krakow.

I've had such an obsession with hard shadow photography for years. This is just amazing.

The shadows on this image look like they are being reflected from some sort of blinds/windows. the fact that the photo is black and white it makes the shadows and light on the persons body stand out a lot more with a really good coordination of stripes.


Fantastic inspirational photograph of an Indonesian warrior with head dress and face paint.

I'd rather be a comma than a full stop... by Lórien Sequera

I like the idea of some art on my face like this. I've seen some of your pictures before with that kind of face makeup and I want something similar.

Indian train journey ....

An Indian train covered with people. There are a lot of roof riders and people riding between car junctions on the trains in India. Though this appears to be a staged sort of how-many-people-can-we-get photo.

Yemen | Natural beauty of the child | © Abdualwhab Albanaa #world #cultures

May God protect the girls of Yemen from being taken advantage of in child marriages. - Natural beauty of the child © Abdualwhab Albanaa

The color, design, moodiness,and patterns reminds me of two movie posters "The Di vane Code" and "Les Miserable s". The poverty and human looking pattern gets your attention and wanting to help that person.

Photography inspiration

A Deep Gaze by Lauri Laukkanen - Portraiture - Portrait - Close-up - Photography. Mirror of the Soul, intense eyes, portrait, photo

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In this picture a child is frightened of a menacing polar bear pressed against the glass. "Me bear, you food" the bear says. He then proceeds to break the glass.

Heartbreaking that people feel this way. 19 Grotesque Portraits Taken Directly After Plastic Surgery

19 Grotesque Portraits Taken Directly After Plastic Surgery

Ji Yeo asked Americans in Brooklyn, New York, to mark her own body with the question, “Where should I get plastic surgery?” as a response to her series of portraits "Beauty Recovery Room" of people taken directly after plastic surgery.

Long exposure

"Ghosts" by Tom McLaughlan An experimental shot taken in the Richelieu Wing of the Louvre Museum. The zoom on the lens was moved really fast from the wide to long angle to create this effect.