A quest for the eternal, by Madhur Dhingra

A quest for the eternal, by Madhur Dhingra

Initially I started wandering in the Himalayas. Camera in hand I saw God standing right in front of me in the form of these beautiful mountains.
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We’re all just collecting memories… or It’s all back to Plato’s, by Derrick Santini

We’re all just collecting memories… or It’s all back to Plato’s, by Derrick Santini

I realized a long time ago that as a Photographer, one was indeed a collector of memories, not just my own, but of all the people I photographed.
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White Crane Spread Wings, by Gráinne Quinlan

White Crane Spread Wings, by Gráinne Quinlan

White Crane Spread Wings is a studied observation of Tai Chi enthusiasts in Hong Kong.
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What Do You Like to Photograph, by Loretta Ayeroff

What Do You Like to Photograph, by Loretta Ayeroff

How do I describe what light means to me, falling on faces, buildings, land and urbanscapes, or, just in its own state of being?
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Faces of Cystic Fibrosis, by Kyle Monk

Faces of Cystic Fibrosis, by Kyle Monk

Kyle Monk portraits of children and teenagers affected by Cystic Fibrosis.
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Hudson River pt 1, by Charles Harry

Hudson River pt 1, by Charles Harry

I lost all control today. And with it I lost all responsibility for myself.
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Russian Palimpsest, by Max Sher

Russian Palimpsest, by Max Sher

We need to look at our country the way American photographers look at theirs. Explore, record, accept, love it.
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An Experience of Analogue, by Robert Jackson

An Experience of Analogue, by Robert Jackson

A problematic issue with digital photography is its accessibility, which encourages endless amounts of capturing and possibly less criticizing.
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