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Lipton and I used this image for advertising the exhibition we had during the first biennale in Sri Lanka.
 
Annoushka
Photograph © Lucy Llewellyn Byard
Captured Sat Jun 11, '11 03:51PM
Posted Sat Jun 11, '11 03:51PM
Views 459 / Comments 4
 
 
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Fri Jun 03, '11 12:21PM
Posted Thu Jun 09, '11 12:23AM
Views 359 / Comments 1
 
This is Will and his dog, Meg. He explained some of the rules and difficulties of the sheepdog trials. Unfortunately will did not get through to the second round on Sunday (only 20 out of 80 were allowed through.) There was an awkward sheep that insisted on going the wrong way.

As a consolation I printed this picture for him, went back on Sunday morning to give it to him and he was very pleased with it.
 
Will And Meg
Photograph © Ruud van Ruitenbeek
Captured Sat Jun 04, '11 07:36AM
Posted Wed Jun 08, '11 02:21PM
Views 459 / Comments 2
 
In the old city of Jerusalem along the Via Dolorosa sat this woman waiting for pilgrim's who were in the church praying
 
Guarding the cross's
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Sat Jun 04, '11 02:50PM
Posted Wed Jun 08, '11 01:32AM
Views 479 / Comments 2
 
This is another portrait of the wonderful people of Flores Island, Indonesia.  She was working the harvested rice on a tarp and was laughing the entire time I was walking by.  She really was not mad and we had a couple of good laughs as I tried helping her.  The people there are truly remarkable...so simple of a life and always a smiling, happy face.    Oh yes...that was a rice paste they used for sun protection.
 
Dont' Take My Picture!
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Wed Apr 27, '11 06:53AM
Posted Mon Jun 06, '11 08:48AM
Views 458 / Comments 4
 
 
Time stop, man in Soho, London
Photograph ©
Captured Fri May 27, '11 08:12PM
Posted Sun Jun 05, '11 07:02PM
Views 561 / Comments 2
 
Wedding in Sri Lanka
 
The Kiss
Photograph © Lucy Llewellyn Byard
Captured Sun Jun 05, '11 10:57AM
Posted Sun Jun 05, '11 10:57AM
Views 473 / Comments 3
 
I was on business in Cypress at a hotel where they had a wedding.  I was eating at the hotel restaurant which overlooked the pool and wedding reception when these two young girls came over and posed for me!  Although I used a Soft Sepia filter in Silver Efx Pro, the image was not enhanced much as it was extemely bright in the background and I had to reduce to get as is.
 
The Wedding Girls of Cypress
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Sat Sep 12, '09 08:02PM
Posted Sun Jun 05, '11 07:16AM
Views 423 / Comments 2
 
Di striking one of the gongs that make up 'Jerusalem', an installation by Spanish sculptor Jaume Plensa. The visitors are encouraged to strike the gongs that make a wonderful sound that reverberates through your whole body. The gongs bear quotes from the Song of Songs, a book from the Hebrew bible. 

The flare from the spotlight is a wonderful, unexpected enhancement of what was already a very emotional and atmospheric environment.

We went to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park yesterday and saw some wonderful art. If ever you find yourself in this area you should visit (just off junction 38 of the M1.) Not only are there great permanent and changing exhibitions, you can also have a very nice gentle walk in some beautiful landscape.
 
Jaume Plensa - Jerusalem
Photograph © Ruud van Ruitenbeek
Captured Sat Jun 04, '11 04:12AM
Posted Sat Jun 04, '11 04:12AM
Views 1070 / Comments 3
 
We visited several traditional villages on Flores, Indonesia and in many, the woman worked the arts and handicrafts to sell. This lady, having been chewing the local Cherry Nut, was isolated on her new porch in the village of Wogo.   These tribes are a combination of Catholic and Paganism as they still sacrifice animals today.
 
Elderly Trbial Woman of Flores, Indonesia
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Tue Apr 26, '11 05:46AM
Posted Fri Jun 03, '11 05:31AM
Views 657 / Comments 1
 
Another shot from the roller derby last Saturday. The local team, the Toxic 253, is in yellow. BTW, they won the bout, their first win.
 
Action in the Pack
Photograph © Joe Becker
Captured Sat May 28, '11 08:46PM
Posted Fri Jun 03, '11 12:32AM
Views 455 / Comments 4
 
The book is coming along. I received a proof copy and am impressed with the quality of the new papers that Blurb uses. A few more portraits to be added.
 
Zuza
Photograph © Ruud van Ruitenbeek
Captured Thu Jun 02, '11 08:24AM
Posted Thu Jun 02, '11 08:24AM
Views 403 / Comments 4
 
waiting to go to the school dance and we had to get a few portait shots in with her all dressed up, this one is one of my favourites...
 
Skye,
Photograph © Andrew Brown
Captured Fri Mar 25, '11 11:07AM
Posted Thu Jun 02, '11 06:22AM
Views 478 / Comments 5
 
I had been photographing an industrial site when I noticed this guy walking on the tracks outside the site, complete with his 'freight' of bananas, I know I left his feet off, but I'd like any comments please..
 
Rail Freight
Photograph © Andrew Brown
Captured Sun Aug 22, '10 01:24AM
Posted Thu Jun 02, '11 06:22AM
Views 390 / Comments 3
 
This was near Murfreesboro, AR. There were 3 or 4 sites that had been excavated. Kinda Spooky!
 
Indian Burial Mound...Uncovered
Photograph © Bob Miller
Captured Sun May 15, '11 05:25PM
Posted Tue May 31, '11 03:41PM
Views 525 / Comments 2
 
My next-door neighbor, Leah, is on a roller-derby team. She is number 8 in this photo. Her rollergirl name is Slim Shanky. In this photo, Lia is a Pivot, noted by the striped helmet cover. The home town team is the Toxic 253 (253 is the phone area code for Tacoma). The opposing team was Team Bravo, from the nearby Army base Fort Lewis. If you don't know anything about roller derby, you're not alone. I didn't until recently. There are three positions - blockers, Pivots, and Jammers. Jammers start in back of the pack and have to pass through it. Once through the pack, the Lead Jammer scores a point for every block from the other team they pass again. Pivots are the lead blockers, typically traveling at the front of the pack. As you might imagine, it gets pretty wild. If your interested in seeing more shots from the bout, check out my blog posting: http://joebeckerphoto.wordpress.com/2011/05/30/rollergirl-shes-taking-chances/
 
The Pivot
Photograph © Joe Becker
Captured Sat May 28, '11 08:54PM
Posted Mon May 30, '11 09:40PM
Views 453 / Comments 4
 
Shuffling through the Bajawa market on Flores Island late in the afternoon, these two ladies had packed up and were looking quite tired.  A little hair treatment hopefully does wonders!   This was taken on my latest trip to Flores and Komodo Island in early May.
 
Hair Treatment after Long Day at Market, Bajawa Market, Flores, Indonesia
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Sun Apr 24, '11 01:59PM
Posted Wed May 25, '11 09:36AM
Views 505 / Comments 4
 
Father and daughter in Cape Town's Waterfront.
 
Father and daughter
Photograph ©
Captured Mon May 23, '11 05:43PM
Posted Mon May 23, '11 05:43PM
Views 511 / Comments 4
 
lazy afternoon in Belize
 
Sun Kissed
Photograph © Patrick Flynn
Captured Fri May 20, '11 05:45PM
Posted Sat May 21, '11 11:00PM
Views 543 / Comments 6
 
these two musos at a flea market caught my eye, especially the guitarist whose face was incredibly expressive..
 
market music..
Photograph © Andrew Brown
Captured Sat May 14, '11 05:18AM
Posted Mon May 16, '11 07:55AM
Views 490 / Comments 4
 
While wandering through the streets in the small town of Kandy  Sri-Lanka 
The colours came together
 
old lady in street
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Sun Jan 30, '11 05:21AM
Posted Sat May 14, '11 01:01AM
Views 574 / Comments 7
 
Only 20 hours old...
 
Lachlan
Photograph © Rob Sutherland
Captured Fri May 13, '11 09:20AM
Posted Fri May 13, '11 12:56PM
Views 532 / Comments 6
 
Depicting the exhilaration of our first hot air balloon ride, amidst the beauty of Autumn in Virginia's Shenandoah Mountains. We were actualy still on the ground at this point and I had placed the camera on timer on the gondola floor.
 
Up & Away!
Photograph © Patrick Flynn
Captured Sun Feb 13, '11 07:16PM
Posted Thu May 12, '11 08:46PM
Views 510 / Comments 3
 
I have received lots of feedback on this image, more negative than positive overall. What are your thoughts?
 
Nevis Schoolyard
Photograph © Patrick Flynn
Captured Mon May 14, '07 11:15AM
Posted Wed May 04, '11 10:50PM
Views 519 / Comments 6
 
Lifeguard showing his son how to paddle
 
starting young
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Fri Sep 17, '10 09:02AM
Posted Tue May 03, '11 04:15PM
Views 532 / Comments 2
 
One for the series.
 
Terry
Photograph © Ruud van Ruitenbeek
Captured Sun May 01, '11 11:59AM
Posted Tue May 03, '11 01:13PM
Views 510 / Comments 3
 
Dressed and remembering how it used to be BEFORE???
The photo has been worked on in photoshop .
Duplicating the original turning it to b/w and then using blur tool. I then dragged the copy on to the other and then in layers moving the % to the required effect.
Will post original as well
 
Remembering what was
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Wed Oct 20, '10 06:41AM
Posted Sun May 01, '11 11:58AM
Views 477 / Comments 2
 
I really have no idea why these mannequins in a Reykjavik shop window were nude, but I do know that "Utsala" means "sale" in Icelandic - and this shop was doing a brisk business!
 
Flesh Trade
Photograph © Patrick Flynn
Captured Thu Jul 02, '09 09:18AM
Posted Sat Apr 30, '11 12:20AM
Views 515 / Comments 1
 
Argentinian Gaucho drinking wine from his leather boat. San Antonio de Areco, Buenos Aires, Argentina
 
Gaucho at rest
Photograph © Bernardo Galmarini
Captured Fri Nov 06, '09 04:08PM
Posted Wed Apr 27, '11 08:45PM
Views 537 / Comments 1
 
While wandering through the streets of Ella  Sri Lanka
 
Brushing hair before school
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Mon Jan 31, '11 03:42AM
Posted Wed Apr 27, '11 12:52AM
Views 423 / Comments 0
 
I was camping and these two kids were playing with a ball and as I was about to shoot them kicking around when they suddenly saw this article of interest...
 
Mutual interest
Photograph © Andrew Brown
Captured Sat Apr 23, '11 09:47AM
Posted Mon Apr 25, '11 05:26AM
Views 482 / Comments 3
 
My daughter under the famous D.C. cherry blossoms two years ago. Shot with a 14mm rectilinear EF lens on the Canon 5D2. Still one of my favorites of her.
 
Zoe
Photograph © Patrick Flynn
Captured Sat Apr 04, '09 12:37PM
Posted Wed Apr 20, '11 09:12PM
Views 478 / Comments 3
 
Crossing the Santa Maria River, AZ. Shot by Andy Picard.
 
Bob on a Quad
Photograph © Bob Miller
Captured Wed Apr 13, '11 03:42PM
Posted Tue Apr 19, '11 10:27AM
Views 515 / Comments 5
 
The faceless image of this woman walking down a drab Stonetown street caught my imagination, her orange headdress was almost making a statement, both about the drabness of the surroundings and her true feelings hidden by tradition..
 
mystery of orange in grey
Photograph © Andrew Brown
Captured Sat Feb 19, '11 02:26AM
Posted Tue Apr 19, '11 05:28AM
Views 507 / Comments 2
 
Tango dancers in Caminito, a very singular "street Museum" in la Boca, Buenos Aires.
 
Tango in Caminito.
Photograph © Bernardo Galmarini
Captured Thu Nov 26, '09 11:16AM
Posted Sun Apr 17, '11 06:43AM
Views 542 / Comments 1
 
Argentinian gauchos at San Antonio de Areco, Buenos Aires
 
Gauchos
Photograph © Bernardo Galmarini
Captured Sun Nov 08, '09 06:06PM
Posted Sat Apr 16, '11 01:41AM
Views 541 / Comments 1
 
This fellow was walking down my lane with his caning goods over his shoulder. He squatted for several hours caning two chairs. Lovely to watch.
 
Chair Caner and His Cane
Photograph © Lucy Llewellyn Byard
Captured Tue Mar 29, '11 10:25PM
Posted Sat Apr 16, '11 12:35AM
Views 518 / Comments 1
 
This fellow was walking down my lane with his caning goods over his shoulder. He squatted for several hours caning two chairs. Lovely to watch.
 
Chair Caner at Work
Photograph © Lucy Llewellyn Byard
Captured Tue Mar 29, '11 10:26PM
Posted Sat Apr 16, '11 12:33AM
Views 535 / Comments 2
 
This fellow was walking down my lane with his caning goods over his shoulder. He squatted for several hours caning two chairs. Lovely to watch.
 
Chair Caner
Photograph © Lucy Llewellyn Byard
Captured Tue Mar 29, '11 10:26PM
Posted Sat Apr 16, '11 12:32AM
Views 524 / Comments 1
 
A little girl in the rainforest of the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica. She was picking little flowers and singing to herself and seemed utterly content in her private paradise.
 
Flower Child`
Photograph © Patrick Flynn
Captured Mon May 29, '06 05:12PM
Posted Fri Apr 15, '11 08:53PM
Views 529 / Comments 0
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