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.
We’re briefly interrupting your hopefully awesome weekend with our latest Weekend Samplr. Enjoy the featured photography and be inspired to go out and shoot.
Explore the world in your reflection. Take your shot starting today or in the coming days and submit it to the group with the hashtags #FlickrFriday and #ThroughTheLookingGlass for a chance to be featured on Flickr Blog next Friday.
Congratulations and thank you for your great #SavedByTheBell contributions for #FlickrFriday!
When Alex Stoddard started his 365 project as a 16-year-old, he had just a few followers. A year later, there were tens of thousands of fans. Now, the Flickr phenom’s photography has jump-started an incredible career for the artist and he has been awarded to be one of our 20under20.
In this week’s throwback journey, let’s explore gardens seen in the past, led by a Japanese flower garden in the 1890s and more offered in the photographic archives from The Commons.
David was born in December 1998 in Innsbruck, Austria, and delved into photography at the age of 10, focusing on self-portraiture and fine art photography after having fallen in love with the craft. He is one of our 20under20.
In this week’s photo selection, a brilliant shot of a sunbathing Icelandic seal pup inspired us to corral more pictures of those immensely photogenic mammals of the sea, particularly seals, otters, and sea lions.
While other kids at 10 were reading comics and young adult books, Zev Hoover was poring through online Photoshop tutorials. Now 15, Zev is the youngest of the Flickr 20under20 and the judges who selected him were mesmerized by how remarkable his art is and where they imagine he will take it in the coming years.
Yesterday we asked you to show us your best photos of #Friends for #TwitterTuesday.