During my 2,5-week road trip of 2500 miles on the co-driver’s seat through this Namibian moonscape, I had muse and time to notice and photograph the scattered road signs along the way.
Long and lonely roads cut through the vastness of the countryside as the only remembrance of civilization in these uninhabited places, leading travellers from one congested area of life to another.
When we speak of street photography (or even travel photography to some degree), the first thing that comes to mind is to document all the action and activity of a place. It's a popular approach because it definitely leads to some interesting images.
Cabanas lining up beaches and poolsides are among the quintessential images of a relaxing summer escape, and you can trust David Behar to transform them into yet another interesting visual study. In one of his recent sets, the Los Angeles-based art director and photographer fixed his eyes and focused his lens on the cabanas lining up Florida's Miami Beach, presenting them in a perspective that most of us probably never thought about.
Over 3 years ago we quit our jobs and set off on a journey around the world. After selling all of our belongings like cars and furniture, and saving up for a year we jumped on a plane and flew to Europe.
While backpacking through Asia, Michigan-based scientist, writer, and photographer David Wooster amassed over 3500 photos of his travels. A great number of these are of temples, cats (mostly), and the monks who take care of these furry creatures left to their care.
It was a last minute trip: the flights were affordable and I already went through 7 circles of hell to get my visa to India earlier that year (that’s a separate story).
One Friday evening, after getting an email for a deal from a low cost airline, my husband and I hopped on a plane to Jaipur, Rajastan. No plans, no reservations, no prior research.
Whenever we take a look at the works of Milan-based Giacomo Bruno, he proves each time that he should be in everyone's list of exemplary documentary photographers. Today, we place the spotlight on another beautiful set from his visit in Sri Lanka, this time telling us about another of the country's raw gold agricultural products: cinnamon.