For this week, we’re highlighting fans of the fox in our photography community with a photo roundup of these sly mammals, from red foxes in Canada to bat-eared foxes in Kenya.
This Twitter Tuesday’s theme was Pink. Check our favorite submissions.
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.”
In our latest installment of the Weekend Samplr, we showcase inspiring photos of the streets of Tokyo, a stunning crater lake, an analog selfie, an art installation in Macedonia, a portrait with an owl, and delicious food. Click through and enjoy.
Vanessa Hollander and Wilson Philippe are Wiissa, a young film-and-photography duo and real-life couple who turned their hobby into a career. Their colorful and dreamy ‘60s- and ‘70s-inspired photography creates a nostalgic feel, and Vanessa says, “A lot of people tell us when they look at our photos that kind of makes them feel like they’re a teenager again.”
Our last Flickr Friday theme was Whisper. You showed us perfectly how intriguing a whisper is. Looking at your fantastic contributions, we can’t hear what you say but we wish we knew the secret your are sharing. Thanks to everyone for your pictures and your creativity!
Conor MacNeill quit his day job to become a full-time photographer only three years after picking up a cheap DSLR for the first time. The Irish photographer fell so deeply in love with his craft that he was willing to risk the stability of the rat race to pursue his dream. We’re happy to share his story with you in this Photographer Spotlight.
Surprise! it’s Friday and this is our #FlickrFriday Theme. We want you to surprise us with surprising shots. Interpret whatever this theme means to you: it could be the astonishment in the face of your friend when it’s her/his birthday surprise; it could be the reaction to an unexpected punchline to a joke; it could even be your expression of surprise when hearing good news!
In this week’s throwback journey, let’s explore theatrical and musical performances, featuring scenes of the 1890s to 2005 and more offered in the photographic archives from The Commons.
This week our #TwitterTuesday theme was #Seashells. Sandy landscapes, starfish and shells in different shapes were part of your refreshing submissions. Have a look into all your contributions directly in our Twitter feed.