Замечательный саксофонист Питер Кинг (Peter King) на джазовой волне...
Tatiana Gorilovsky, Great Britain
Kristine Krupenny, Great Britain
Still life Bunches of yellow acacia
Still life Bunches of yellow acacia
Anyuta Gillespie, Great Britain
A tale of a good man.
Angelo Defensor, Great Britain
Piotr Czarniecki, Great Britain
Studio 212, St. Petersburg, Natural light and mirrors. Attempt to catch similarities of a person and its reflection. To show, that for photoregistration they are purely equal.
And Go, Great Britain
Deers in Richmond park, London
Yury Ershov, Great Britain
Почему дети растут без отца?? Причиной этого есть или выезд за границу на заработки, при этом оставляя семью дома, или розвод, потому что люди не терпеливы друг к другу в 21 веке. И вот он дзвонок папе, которого так не хватает рядом.....
Khristina Pyzyak, Great Britain
Свет в замок
Sergii Pyvovarov, Great Britain
Jekaterina K, Great Britain
Monte Rosa, Switzerland
Monte Rosa, Switzerland on a day of Diamond Dust in the air
Neil Jones, Great Britain
Туманным осенним утром
Valery Egorov, Great Britain
Love the life you live. Live the life you love.
Music in the soul of every person, but not everyone is ready to sing it openly... Sing a song of your life despite the grayness of everyday life...
Alexander Fomchenko, Great Britain
A Mistery of Creative Wave
always wonder, the mistery of lights, the dynamic effect of its beams, where ever it reaches, the change of visibility, no doubt a miracle from the almighty. shot in a dark area of a heritage village in long exposure, a light stick.
Musaud Hassan, Great Britain
Cairngorm national park, Scotland.
Vladimir, Great Britain
Portrait of Paul & Meryl
A portrait of a man and his dog on a London train.
Ludwig Wagner, Great Britain
Natalija, Great Britain
This is a still life photograph featuring two tomatoes in a bowl. I was interested in the dramatic quality of the image and how the stark contrast produces a mysterious atmosphere, which works best in Black and White.
Mariangela Pfahler, Great Britain
The Great Orme Goat (Rare) The Markhor
This goat can be found on the great orme in llandudno, north wales, its a very rare goat.
'A herd of feral Kashmir goats has roamed wild for maybe one hundred years over the slopes of the Great Orme, during this period [there was, in actual fact, a certain amount of culling carried out by Mostyn Estates in the early days], they have never really received any attention from the landowners, or managers, until a small number of the goats were removed in 1990. After this removal operation of 26 goats in February 1990, there was, as I'm sure you are aware, a public outcry against this act. It was decided afterwards that a study on the goats should take place to prevent further removals to take place without good reason. The Great Orme goats had never been studied before, and it was felt that more information was needed regarding their health, reproduction rates, and general population size in relation to the grazing capacity of the Orme. The study of the goats will now continue for, as yet, an unknown number of years, but eventually it is hoped that there will be sufficient information available regarding the herd, so that its numbers can effectively be managed, and the population can be maintained at a sensible level in relation to the size of the Great Orme'.
medi jones, Great Britain
Екатерина, Great Britain
Michael Daniline, Great Britain
A spa in a milk bath...
Aneta, Great Britain
Seagull perspective watching humans walking. It was taken in Devon, UK
Werner Schumann, Great Britain
Maximus, Great Britain
After experiencing my mother battle and beat cancer over the past year, the emotions that my family as a whole dealt with has held an important position in my work. I connect deeply with the subject of Synesthesia as I 'sense' emotions and people as colours, which became a form of art therapy in helping me to recognise how I was feeling during the whole emotional process. Along with a series of other Fine Art-based projects, I photographed portraits of my mother in a bath of coloured, milky water; the colours representing how I felt in certain stages of the past year. The white water, as well as the whole image being in black and white signifies the numbness and emptiness due to worry in some of the most painful stages of her fight.
Jessica, Great Britain
Михаил Шиляев, Great Britain
Вместо того чтобы думать о том, чего вам не хватает, научитесь ценить то, что у вас есть.
Vaidotas Baranauskas, Great Britain
An, Great Britain
Светлана, Great Britain
vera s, Great Britain
Wisewood is a series of portraits taken in locations of personal significance. This location aids as a form of solitude and a sanctuary from the suffocation of the everyday conformity, giving freedom and a connection back to our roots to mother nature.
More recently, we have made an improvement and now we have a new feature - "Series uploading." Even now, you can download from 3 to 10 photos in the series, united by a common idea. Voting for the series will take place separately from other series in their nominations. vote principle remains the same as for single photos. At the moment, series uploading is available for nominations: "Children's Photography", "Wild Animals", "Staged Photography" and "Reportage photo". This feature is available for any improved account.