Please note: Our format changed as of 10/18/07 – see the front page and full archives for more recent listings. Thanks.
codedlanguage.org 4/27/07 Description:
photoblog of George Hreniuc, based in Bucharest, Romania
A certain spiral staircase urged me to explore George's photoblog, where I found another view of the same thing (I think). I also found beauty, decay, and other amazing things there. Great photography from Romania (and a few other places)...
Ending Violence Against Women ::: UNFPA 4/24/07 Description:
projects that address violence against women in its many forms
Intended to help "spread awareness about gender-based violence and efforts to end it," today's pick is produced by the United Nations Population Fund, documenting projects confronting violence against women, in its many forms, in various countries around the world. Available in both Flash and HTML versions, it's a comprehensive resource well worth sharing...
Panovision 4/23/07 Description:
photographs by Reinhard Burg (Flash)
The wonderful images I can't link to directly due to the Flash interface include an architectural shot full of blues and greens and its reflection below. Not sure whether Reinhard achieved the reflection with post-processing or not, but it's a truly amazing picture in my opinion. There's a shot of a small white building in a field surrounded by a forest that looks like a painting to me, and several other cool shots of buildings meeting the sky. The images scale with the browser window – maximize your browser and enjoy...
ratbite.org 4/15/07 Description:
home of 'the larue files'
To keep the weekend in amusing mode around here, enter the odd photographic visions of one Dr. Larue. I encountered his clowns of the new apocalypse in early March and a recently encountered sure coiffure, a "foamy, soft no-slip wraparound" that holds that unique hairdo in place – what a gas! Enjoy the larue files...
Takaaki Okada 4/13/07 Description:
His black & white photographs are characterized by thick, dark shadows and forms. His portraits are highly emotional and some of the graininess is off the charts – magically creative photography...
Smallest Photo 4/9/07 Description:
playing and experimenting with photography
First off, I really like the design. Kirk started the site using a popular CMS with some modifications, but when he redesigned his photoblog, he wanted some new features and rolled his own more unique CMS, pulling it off nicely. And then there's the content. "I use photography as a way to bring a little creativity into my daily life." When he's not shooting with his digital SLR, Kirk uses other antique and toy film cameras, like a cheap little Diana Deluxe, an accidental Holga, or a circa 1914 Kodak. "I simply play or experiment," says Kirk. A great photoblog in my opinion...
David Kleinert Photography 4/8/07 Description:
photoblog focused on Australian native flora and fauna
"I have always had a passion for art and the environment and through photography I am able to this express this," says 28-year-old Australian David Kleinert. His passion is native flora and fauna, especially birds like the appropriately named Superb Parrot for example – what beautiful color!