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.
In our Weekend Samplr series we present beautiful photos we found throughout the previous couple of days and deemed worth faving. Be inspired and enjoy the weekend!
“It took a catalytic moment in my life to take my photography from a hobby to something I do every day,” Robin Macmillan says. The Canadian photographer was just 39 years old when she received the life-changing diagnosis of stage-2 breast cancer. “It was then I realized life is too short to not be following your passion.”
It’s that very special moment of the day when the lights go down and the sun is barely visible. Mist and gloom are everywhere creating suspense and beauty at the same time. It’s #Twilight, our Flickr Friday theme of the week. Read on and join the fun.
Our last Flickr Friday theme was #Bokeh! Click through and enjoy a selection of our favorite submissions.
In this week’s throwback journey, let’s explore maritime life seen in the past, led by dazzling lights of an Australian cruiser in 1914 and more offered in the photographic archives from The Commons.
Our weekly Twitter Tuesday selection captures the sky from many different angles. Enjoy our selection from your cloud submissions. We hope you enjoyed the challenge.
With good luck and quick reflexes, photographers capture thrilling moments of getting close to those alluring whale species in a variety of locations around the world.
At the end of June this year, 26 new inscriptions were added to the World Heritage Site List, UNESCO’s cultural collection of 1,007 properties. The Queen’s Stepwell (aka Rani-ki-Vav) at Patan, Gujarat, was one of them, stunning visitors with its astonishing structure of architectural and technological skill that India possessed over 800 years ago.
Greg Ponthus grew up in the countryside of Lyon, where he lived in golden light and grassy hills. At the age of 15, he started shooting people he lived with and is now attending art school in Brussels. Here’s an expressive portrait selection of his brilliant work that’s known for fantastic tonality and emotional content.