Patrick Stewart & Ian McKellen - by lukefontana
Seedling - Seedling pretending they’re going out for a night in town, in rain, no umbrella by ursula
George van de kamp - … by georgevandekamp
Snow Crested Mourning - It is hard to even put words to the experience that enabled this photo. Hiking up a mountain alongside multiple close friends and inspirations, and getting to witness this… needless to say I will never forget this day. Not to mention this is the first real portrait I have ever done of Sarah with just her in the picture, although I’ll always love my portrait with her. This was taken at the Northwest Meetup in Washington, which immediately followed the Oregon meetup!
To see photos from all my fellow artists at the Northwest Meetup where this was taken, check out our group stream.
'West' - Pensive - A glimpse into what the Californian landscape may have looked like more than a century ago, before the automobile and iphone. by deanbradshaw
A Geisha’s Answering A Curtain Call - A Geisha’s Answering A Curtain Call, traditional Japanese drama. by shenhah
Sunset skyline - Barcelona, capital of Catalunia, landmark of Spain and home of Antoni Gaudi’s masterworks. by catalintibuleac
revelation - by Louis Loizides Mitsu
wardrobe “MITSU | MITSU” by louisloizidesmitsu
Cool the Flames - Recently, on a 4-week long winter trip to Patagonian Argentina and Chile, I found icebergs stemming from some of the region’s largest glaciers to be a major interest, among other things. I photographed these sometimes house-sized chunks of crystal ice from above and below, and even at this point launched a pack-raft I carried 25 miles backpacking for the purposes of accessing and photographing some remote waters (not technically legal, unless your vessel meets their algae-free specifications). In the background of this image high peaks rise nearly 10,000ft from Lago Grey and in the foreground is that amazing clear ice reflecting a beautiful sunrise. To get the shot was very tricky, having no good way to anchor to the berg, floating along side it, it took many passes to get it right. It was eventually captured in a single exposure with a 24mm lens. by MAPhoto