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Shadowtones.net 9/29/06 Description:
analog photography by Oxana Diakonashvili
Today's pick showcases the works of "an amateur photographer living in St. Petersburg, Russia" who shoots only with film. Extraordinary black & white photos! And a links page too...;~))
Photoblog.hu 9/21/06 Description:
a visual diary from Hungary by Ervin Sperla
Been holding this pick in my back pocket for too long now. Ervin calls the site "a nifty way to justify always having my camera with me and foist the results on the unsuspecting public." That's a good thing 'cause his photos from home in Budapest are wonderful. And he's traveled the world too...;~))
i am a camera 9/15/06 Description:
visual diary and scrapbook
"It is a collection of images that point to things I do, see and find interesting." An image like this, one of Daniel's selected shots, tells me passion powers his creativity...
Urban Landscapes 9/8/06 Description:
intended to feature the best in photography and critical writing on the urban landscape from around the world
"The enduring power of photography lies in the acceptance of its images as credible documentary records with enduring archival validity." Mike Seaborne, on of the site's creators, says the challenge is to capture not only the "physical manifestations" of continuous changes to the urban landscape, but to also "make visible the underlying social and cultural forces which ultimately determine their form and meaning." There's currently 7 different photographers featured – some great visual and textual content here...
Binary Bonsai 9/6/06 Description:
a weblog run by the earthling Michael Heilemann
"Half humans, half things." He started the site back in 2001 with something different in mind but "somewhere along the line it took a wrong turn..." It's been Michael Heilemann's "fully fledged blog" since 2003 (you might recognize the name from his well-known WordPress theme). If you're into games and/or movies, you'll especially enjoy the content here. There's occasional photos and podcasts too. Some cool design touches including a bit of AJAX...