Photographers around the world ventured outside Sunday (Aug. 10) to snap photos of the bright, full “supermoon” rising in the night sky.
Celebrate Play in the Sand Day by enjoying these skillful sand creations. There are sand sculpture competitions all over the world, but you don’t need to be a professional to give it a try!
Every weekend we present you a selection of photos we noticed during the last week. Read on to check out this week’s selection and be inspired by these great photographers.
Benjamin Von Wong likes to light people on fire, transport them into surreal worlds, and sink them in underwater shipwrecks. The 27-year-old photographer aims to blur the line between fantasy and reality with his epic photo shoots, and the results are mesmerizing larger-than-life images.
It’s Flickr Friday, and they are among us! Uur new challenge is ALIEN! Show us little green men and women, discover their abandoned vessels camouflaged as modern architecture and show us where you spot them in your every day life. Start shooting today for our week-long challenge.
Looking at the Flickr Friday group pool, you thoroughly enjoyed our last challenge Morning Commute. We selected a few of our favorites to curate them on the blog for you. Click through to see all of them, and stay tuned for our announcement of the new weekly theme.
In this week’s throwback journey, let’s explore the housing of the past: the 1930s Sonneveld House of The Netherlands, a Norwegian farmhouse, a Native American hut, company houses in Canada’s clear-cutting operations, and more offered in the archives from The Commons.
Josh Malik, a conceptual photographer based in Los Angeles, shares the secrets behind the magic of one of his photos. He details the steps he took over 60 hours to make “The Lady and The Last Flower,” a haunting surrealist portrait.
Flickr members made some amazing captures of these unusual clouds. Take a look … which one is your favorite?
In this week’s photo selection, let’s explore a few small species in all their glorious tiny details, including the eyes of a dragonfly to the protected entrance of a hornets’ nest. Here’s photography taken in Canada, U.S., India …