Category: World Cameras

After the Final Curtain: Matt Lambros Photographs America’s Movie Theaters in Ruins — Discover

Photographer Matt Lambros captures the decaying past in America’s abandoned movie theaters. via After the Final Curtain: Matt Lambros Photographs America’s Movie Theaters in Ruins — Discover

Framing the Past — Discover

In this shadowy window selfie, photographer Merilee Mitchell peeks into an abandoned room in one of the buildings at Bodie, a ghost town in California. via Framing the Past — Discover

Fleeting Instances: A Conversation with Street Photographer Lignum Draco — Discover

Lignum Draco is the pseudonym of a street photographer based in Sydney, Australia. You might recognize his candid portraits, guest photo challenges at The Daily Post, and images of the Sydney Opera House. We recently had the chance to ask Lignum about his inspiration, his favorite photographic techniques, and his pseudonym. What draws you to […] via Fleeting Instances: A Conversation with Street Photographer Lignum … Read More Fleeting Instances: A Conversation with Street Photographer Lignum Draco — Discover

The Sunday Traveler ~ Getting to Molokai — AngelineM’s Blog

Molokai. 32 miles long, 10 miles wide. One of the smallest islands in Hawaii, and known as the Friendly Isle. It is. And it is the old Hawaii. This two lane road is on the east side of the island, and pretty much what much of those 32 miles looks like. A guide book I […] via The Sunday Traveler ~ Getting to Molokai — … Read More The Sunday Traveler ~ Getting to Molokai — AngelineM’s Blog

On a misty morning — Joshi Daniel Photography

An estate labourer trimming the tea branches in Top Station in Munnar, Kerala, India. Shot on a GoPro. via On a misty morning — Joshi Daniel Photography

Burma — Discover

Michael Biach’s photo essay documents the scenes and people of Burma, including the women of Chin — an isolated state in the mountains — who “used to follow the thousand-year-old tradition of tattooing their faces.” via Burma — Discover

Love – in the Time of Great Migration ! — Light touch

Great ( Animal ) Migration is a phenomenon involving 15 lakh wildebeest , 3 lakh zebras and other antelope , moving from Tanzania to Kenya, crossing Mara river and then , going back to Tanzania , that occurs every year from July to October.. A little away from the hustle and bustle of Migration , […] via Love – in the Time of Great Migration … Read More Love – in the Time of Great Migration ! — Light touch

Here are some relics from the early days

This week’s One Word Photo Challenge is : Computer Here are some relics from the early days of portable computing! via OWPC : Computer — graham is just my name

The Place Where My Spirit Breathes — Discover

“Don’t bother writing the words down. Just listen. You’ll remember.” Joi Arcand reflects on learning Cree. via The Place Where My Spirit Breathes — Discover

The Lion King ! — Light touch

via The Lion King ! — Light touch

The View from St. Anne’s Church in Warsaw — Fabulous 50’s

If you’re looking for a great spot to climb up for a beautiful view of Old Town Warsaw, St. Anne’s Church is the place! As I was surveying the scenery, I noticed a Nun cutting flowers… Here’s part of Old Town Warsaw… Love tiled roofs, dormer windows and color… Simply beautiful… I heart Warsaw! via The View from St. Anne’s Church in Warsaw — Fabulous … Read More The View from St. Anne’s Church in Warsaw — Fabulous 50’s

Observation Post — Discover

Is the photographer watching the cat, or is the cat watching the photographer? A striking image, taken in the mountain village of Zermatt, Switzerland. via Observation Post — Discover