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we recently had a multicultural festival in Durban, and during the opening parade I was fortunate enough to get this smile
 
A smile for the photographer
Photograph © Andrew Brown
Captured Fri Mar 29, '13 12:07PM
Posted Sat Apr 06, '13 07:57AM
Views 1087 / Comments 4
 
I took this awhile ago in northern Thailand in the hill villages. I was looking through some of my old images and always enjoyed seeing this smile.
 
That Thai Smile
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Tue Feb 13, '07 08:15PM
Posted Mon Mar 25, '13 09:28AM
Views 346 / Comments 0
 
This is my wife's father and step-mother. I took their portrait using a hand-painted studio canvas and studio lighting. This setup included a single light to the left inside a large softbox and a single white reflector to the right for fill.
 
Meet The In-laws
Photograph © Walter Rowe
Captured Sat Jan 07, '12 05:20PM
Posted Sun Mar 24, '13 05:21PM
Views 368 / Comments 3
 
Getting ready for lighting the candles at the Russian Orthodox Church, this young girl provided a nice smile and did a quick pose for me.  Eyes were precious.   I desaturated a little as the colors were harsh for her and softened it up a little with Color Efx Pro filters.
 
Russian Girl
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Sun Nov 01, '09 07:06AM
Posted Fri Mar 22, '13 07:54AM
Views 372 / Comments 1
 
Paris In the summer
 
on the way home
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Sat Jun 23, '12 11:46AM
Posted Sat Mar 16, '13 02:49PM
Views 308 / Comments 2
 
 
Elder
Photograph © Iyo
Captured Sun Mar 10, '13 01:58AM
Posted Fri Mar 15, '13 02:18AM
Views 298 / Comments 1
 
This is a very well known Humus restaurant in the old city of Acre(UNESCO -heritage city).
 
Waiter
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Mon Feb 04, '13 07:45AM
Posted Wed Mar 13, '13 09:15AM
Views 288 / Comments 2
 
 
Bedouin boy and goat
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Sat Mar 09, '13 03:33AM
Posted Mon Mar 11, '13 02:37PM
Views 314 / Comments 0
 
 
Baby in the balls
Photograph © Iyo
Captured Sat Mar 09, '13 02:02PM
Posted Sat Mar 09, '13 10:46AM
Views 311 / Comments 1
 
Fishermen at karangsong beach, Indramayu, Indonesia
 
Fishermen
Photograph © Iyo
Captured Sun Mar 03, '13 02:38AM
Posted Mon Mar 04, '13 08:59PM
Views 307 / Comments 0
 
Location: Grafika Resort, Lembang
 
Sleeping Beauty
Photograph © Iyo
Captured Sat Feb 23, '13 05:52AM
Posted Thu Feb 28, '13 12:18AM
Views 306 / Comments 0
 
This was taken at night while walking around Guilin, China on the first night we arrived.  There are a few times when I appreciate shooting RAW and this was one of them.   The original is very dark as I had the camera on Manual and did not adjust as I wanted to get the scene.   Someone had just given this man a meal for which he was quite thankful.
 
Homeless Man of Guilin, China
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Fri Sep 24, '10 02:25AM
Posted Sun Feb 24, '13 04:24AM
Views 317 / Comments 0
 
This could have been a good image for the "Innocently Unaware" category, I guess. This girl idling in St. George's, Bermuda, was not the owner of the beer to her left!
 
Not What It Looks Like
Photograph © Patrick Flynn
Captured Sun Jan 01, '06 07:22AM
Posted Sat Feb 16, '13 09:25PM
Views 355 / Comments 2
 
The river tribes of Papua New Guinea seemed more "war-like" then the bribes up in the highlands as indicated by the man during the Crocodile Festival on the Sepik River region.   I was quite thankful they "fruited" the tip of the spear, but these guys were really fun.  They see a camera and POP...pose.  Then they would laugh and laugh.  Very expressive people.
 
On the War Path - PNG
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Tue Aug 07, '12 03:18PM
Posted Sat Feb 02, '13 11:05PM
Views 368 / Comments 1
 
The mod subculture originated in England in late 50s. Significant elements of the mod subculture include fashion (often tailor-made suits); music and motor scooters. This movement is very much alive and kicking  today with social gatherings all around the country.
 
The mod
Photograph ©
Captured Sun Aug 26, '12 08:55AM
Posted Mon Jan 28, '13 09:42AM
Views 336 / Comments 2
 
In Thar Desert,  I meet this old man.

Photo : Serge Bouvet
From : http://sergebouvet.com/galerie-2/vision-du-rajasthan/
 
Portrait of an Indian (Rajasthan, Thar Desert)
Photograph © Serge Bouvet
Captured Wed Jan 23, '13 05:47AM
Posted Wed Jan 23, '13 05:47AM
Views 478 / Comments 3
 
The DC memorial to FDR uses a lot of Great Depression imagery, including these statues of a 1930s breadline. They are depicted as huddled and humiliated, and sometimes when a dusting of snow blows through the city it adds a poignant photographic flourish.
 
FDR Memorial
Photograph © Patrick Flynn
Captured Mon Feb 13, '06 07:38AM
Posted Wed Jan 16, '13 12:29AM
Views 365 / Comments 4
 
Monu the Baba in a cold morning. Varanasi Dec2012

www.saylluiiis.com
 
My friend Monu
Photograph © Sergio Carbajo Rodriugez
Captured Tue Jan 15, '13 11:41AM
Posted Tue Jan 15, '13 11:41AM
Views 429 / Comments 2
 
Fellow photographer Peter Coskun exploring the options for his next composition along the Apache Trail, Superstition Mountains, Arizona.

Peter's work can be seen at:
http://pjcphotography.com/  
https://www.facebook.com/peter.coskun
 
Along the Apache Trail
Photograph © Bob Miller
Captured Sat Jan 05, '13 12:20PM
Posted Mon Jan 14, '13 02:18PM
Views 359 / Comments 2
 
This was taken literally in a back alley on the streets of Guilin.  I have no idea what they were playing, but I did know the gentleman in the back was not doing too well.  There was some good laughter going on by the unknown "Ace" playing the next card.
 
The Ace
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Thu Sep 23, '10 11:11PM
Posted Mon Jan 14, '13 07:23AM
Views 352 / Comments 3
 
A sadhu reads a holy book in Meer Ghat, Varanasi.
 
Reading holy texts
Photograph © Sergio Carbajo Rodriugez
Captured Sat Dec 22, '12 10:20PM
Posted Mon Jan 14, '13 06:30AM
Views 357 / Comments 3
 
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial In Washington, D.C., was designed to reflect the national monuments while providing a powerful yet minimalist homage to the American military veterans who were lost in the Vietnam War. Countless photographs exist of the type presented here, and it's always hard to distinguish whether the sharp edifice of names carved in granite is the main focus of these images, or whether the soft background of the reflections from the National Mall is the story. Either way the credit belongs with the architect Maya Lin, who created the concept.
 
Cold Comfort
Photograph © Patrick Flynn
Captured Mon Mar 02, '09 06:18AM
Posted Thu Jan 10, '13 09:39PM
Views 358 / Comments 3
 
This photo was taken a little more than a year ago, at the same time as the photo I used in my "Introduce Yourself" gallery. This I think is about as exemplary and expressive as I can photographically be, about the true and awesome power of cupcakes!
 
The Power of Cupcakes
Photograph © Patrick Flynn
Captured Sun Dec 05, '10 09:19AM
Posted Sun Jan 06, '13 08:17PM
Views 330 / Comments 2
 
 
If only
Photograph © Avi Hirschfield
Captured Thu Dec 01, '11 07:20AM
Posted Sat Jan 05, '13 01:05PM
Views 302 / Comments 1
 
I saw this girl everyday on my walk to work in Lusaka. This day either tiredness or the boringness of what she was reading overcame her.
 
Tired Egg Seller
Photograph © Ruud van Ruitenbeek
Captured Fri Jul 27, '12 09:36AM
Posted Thu Jan 03, '13 05:28AM
Views 325 / Comments 2
 
I love the holidays at times when I get a chance to have time to go back through some of my prior trips and see if I can find some images I missed before.  This was one I picked from my trip to Sa Pa area of northern Vietnam and I had forgot what wonderful eyes she had.  This was taken at sunrise as she was trying to sell me some of her goods...which I did!
 
Red Hmong Girl, Sa Pa, Vietnam
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Fri Dec 24, '10 12:59PM
Posted Wed Jan 02, '13 05:38AM
Views 352 / Comments 2
 
 
Reading in Varanasi
Photograph © Sergio Carbajo Rodriugez
Captured Sun Dec 16, '12 09:32PM
Posted Wed Jan 02, '13 02:54AM
Views 363 / Comments 1
 
even in the poorest of African communities, the cel phone is still a must have, as seen with this fisherman in Mozambique..
 
have phone, will travel
Photograph © Andrew Brown
Captured Mon Dec 24, '12 03:27AM
Posted Mon Dec 31, '12 02:26AM
Views 298 / Comments 1
 
A sadhu finishes his tika getting ready for a new day of devotion to the holy Ganges.
 
Ready for a new day
Photograph © Sergio Carbajo Rodriugez
Captured Tue Dec 18, '12 10:15PM
Posted Fri Dec 28, '12 03:26AM
Views 1156 / Comments 1
 
The ghats of Varanasi are full of colorful saddhus.
 
Men of the Ghats
Photograph © Sergio Carbajo Rodriugez
Captured Sun Dec 23, '12 02:49AM
Posted Thu Dec 27, '12 07:42AM
Views 356 / Comments 1
 
Portrait
 
Old Market - Kandy
Photograph © Sergio Carbajo Rodriugez
Captured Sat Sep 01, '12 04:48AM
Posted Thu Dec 27, '12 07:42AM
Views 323 / Comments 1
 
Portrait of Baba Nondu during sunrise in Varanasi.
 
Sunrise with Baba
Photograph © Sergio Carbajo Rodriugez
Captured Mon Dec 17, '12 09:26PM
Posted Thu Dec 27, '12 07:41AM
Views 367 / Comments 2
 
A boy with his horse on the opposite side of the Ganges in Varanasi
 
Sunset over Varanasi
Photograph © Sergio Carbajo Rodriugez
Captured Mon Dec 17, '12 07:14AM
Posted Thu Dec 27, '12 07:41AM
Views 291 / Comments 1
 
I find it fascinating the watch the world through somebody elses eyes
 
Watching the scene
Photograph ©
Captured Sun Apr 15, '12 06:58AM
Posted Thu Dec 13, '12 07:46AM
Views 298 / Comments 1
 
I just returned from San Francisco for my son's wedding and we had a day walking about the northern shores near the bridge.  One of my favorite places and in which my wife had not seen was the Palace of Fine Arts.   My wife is a doll-dress maker and I often take images of her dolls and clothes during our travels (yes..she takes 2 dolls per trip with clothes!) and I thought this was a great location for this portrait.
 
San Fran Doll
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Sun Dec 02, '12 11:24AM
Posted Sat Dec 08, '12 02:04AM
Views 347 / Comments 0
 
I never thought of visiting Hanoi especially after going up in the late 60's and 70's, but was wonderfully surprised when I visited there recently.   The hustle and bustle of the streets were fascinating.  I did some editing on this with de-saturating everything but the woman vendor center stage to try to bring her out a little, but retain the interest of all the interesting activity in the background.  Let me know what you think.
 
The Streets of Hanoi
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Wed Dec 22, '10 08:59PM
Posted Mon Nov 26, '12 06:59AM
Views 414 / Comments 2
 
LEFT: In January 2000, a mile or so from the geographic South Pole (the station is visible in the distance), some bored construction workers carved ice sculptures out of the tundra with chainsaws, including this replica moai. Knowing then that I planned to visit Easter Island a decade later, I asked Jen to pose in front of it. RIGHT: In July 2010, when we finally visited Easter Island, Jen struck a similar pose in front of an actual moai - this time posing with the originally unforeseen addition of my daughter Zoe.
 
Tale of Two Moai
Photograph © Patrick Flynn
Captured Fri Nov 23, '12 04:32PM
Posted Fri Nov 23, '12 09:32PM
Views 547 / Comments 2
 
We stayed at a homestay in Sa Pa Valley area in northern Vietnam and while working there in the cool, damp weather, I came upon this charming young lady.  The beauty of many of these young people is their lack of exposure to the outside world and how happy they are.  Life is simple, but they always seem to put on a smile and be a pleasure to be around.
 
Wrapped Innocence
Photograph © Richard P Schoettger
Captured Sat Dec 25, '10 01:07PM
Posted Wed Nov 21, '12 08:03AM
Views 323 / Comments 1
 
Bermuda has a world class aquarium
 
Bermuda Triangulation
Photograph © Patrick Flynn
Captured Tue Jan 03, '06 06:07AM
Posted Tue Nov 20, '12 12:37AM
Views 336 / Comments 2
 
So here is my daughter Zoe last summer at Washington, D.C.'s Natural History Museum, standing in front of a display of a giraffe drinking water. She was not aware of the fabulous juxtaposition (she is chewing her hair distractedly) so I couldn't refuse the photograph!
 
Touch and Go
Photograph © Patrick Flynn
Captured Sun Dec 05, '10 10:52AM
Posted Sat Nov 17, '12 11:32PM
Views 327 / Comments 3
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