Check out Mark Forman’s candid portraits and street scenes from Taiwan, where the Brooklyn-born photographer has lived for more than 20 years. “I think the street came to me because it seemed honest and organic.”
For Mono Monday, follow us into the artistic mind and vision of Joel Tjintjelaar, whose photography will transport you to unfamiliar cities of stark angles and bright, soaring infrastructure.
Today for Mono Monday, we’re taking a slightly different tack and focusing on some of the beautiful Favorites from one of our favorites here at Flickr, vulture labs. Come get lost in exploration of their virtual gallery of amazing photography.
The flow, the cascading effect, the peaceful sound: Those kinetic landmarks and architectural centerpieces capture our attention and beckon us to snap shots. Take a tour of some of the many fountains worldwide in this photo selection.
A ray of sun lighting the way; a phrase caught on the lips like a whistle; a leap of aggressive glee; a young face pressed agains the glass; and a glance from the shadows. We wish you all great adventures in photography today, tomorrow, and the next.
For Mono Monday this week, a fantastic smile captured in a portrait by Nicola Battistini led us on a journey for more black-and-white photography taken in Thailand. From street market scenes to majestic temples, the Southeast Asian country has much to offer.
For Mono Monday this week, we kept it simple and open. The only rule was mono. Next week’s theme is wide open as well, so send us your favorites, make us smile, make us think, inspire.
For Mono Monday this week, an outstanding panorama by Ray Jennings captivated us and led us on a search for more photography of scenes in foggy conditions. And to our delight, there are plenty of them to appreciate.
For this week’s Mono Monday, we’re all strangers in the dark, whether glancing at our bright screens or passing under the calm sulfur lamps on a city street.