Photos taken outdoors, by Evan Groenink

Tuesday, 27 September, 2016

Photo by Evan Groenink

Evan Groenink is a photographer based in West Michigan, who likes to get outside and take photos of his surroundings. The night sky, oceans, sunsets, and insects, in this case lady bugs, are among his favourite subjects. More work can be seen on his Instagram and Tumblr pages.

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Capel Curig in Wales, as you’ve not seen it before

Tuesday, 27 September, 2016

Photo by Richard J Richards

It’s a little edgy, a little moody, a little dark, but I think you’ll enjoy the experimental work of Derbyshire based photographer, Richard J Richards. This photo, by the way, was taken at Capel Curig, in Wales.

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Day to day life from Indonesia, photos by Buya Indra

Monday, 26 September, 2016

Photo by Buya Indra

Through his work, Medan based photographer Buya Indra offers us glimpses of day to day life from Indonesia. See more of his photography on his Instagram page.

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Looking for vintage stock photos? Vintage Stock Photos is the place

Thursday, 15 September, 2016

Photo via Vintage Stock Photos

A handy resource for anyone looking for vintage style stock photos, Vintage Stock Photos. The images can be used free of charge on websites, and in books and videos, for commercial projects. Terms and conditions apply, so read before use.

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Patrick Joust, self taught Baltimore based photographer

Thursday, 15 September, 2016

Photo by Patrick Joust

If you like night photography, then you’ll like the work of self taught Baltimore photographer Patrick Joust. Especially his Commonwealth series of works. You can also see more of his photography on Instagram.

Via Design is Kinky.

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Did you ever see fog roll over Marin County in the pale moonlight?

Tuesday, 13 September, 2016

Photo by Lorenzo Montezemolo

US photographer Lorenzo Montezemolo recently climbed Mount Tamalpais in Marin County, California, and took this long exposure photo of fog rolling over the valley below. On the night of the full moon. Incredible, isn’t it?

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If you’d spent 534 days in space, you’d return with a few photos

Friday, 9 September, 2016

Photo by Jeff Williams

US astronaut Jeff Williams has spent five hundred and thirty-four days in space, during the course of his career. That includes a one hundred and seventy-two day stint aboard the International Space Station (ISS), as part of Expedition 47/48. He had been aboard the ISS for two previous expeditions. All up, that’s quite some time to be away from Earth.

Like other ISS crew members, he found some time to take a few photos, during his last stay. Some incredible photos, I should say, that you can see on his Facebook page.

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The geometry and symmetry that lies below the bridges of Seoul

Wednesday, 7 September, 2016

Photo by Manuel Alvarez Diestro

It’s something that few people who cross bridges probably give much thought to. What lies beneath. A mass of concrete and steel girders, is the image that likely springs to mind. That doesn’t mean the undersides of bridges aren’t worth looking at though.

Far from it in fact, as photographer Manuel Alvarez Diestro, who has been living in Seoul since the beginning of the year, came to realise when he started taking a closer look at the bridges that span the South Korean capital’s Han River.

As the photos from a recent collection of his work show, the view can be quite spectacular. This photo is of the underneath of the Hanggang Bridge. I almost think that the designers intended the view to be photogenic, and pleasing to the eye.

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Green soldier figurines in yoga poses, at Arizona’s Energy Vortexes

Friday, 2 September, 2016

Yoga Joes, photo by Dan Abramson

San Francisco-based artist and toy-maker, Dan Abramson has been making yoga practising green soldier figurines, called Yoga Joes, since 2014. He has recently expanded the range of poses performed by these little green troops, and to mark the occasion, took to the Energy Vortexes of Sedona, Arizona, to photograph them.

Nice work, if you can get it, as the photos demonstrate.

I did have a point I wanted to make when I started writing this post, but kind of lost sight of it. If you want the perfect job, you have to create it. Maybe it was something along those lines?

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There’s the Paleo lifestyle, then there’s really living Paleo like

Friday, 2 September, 2016

Paleo foods served at certain cafes may be the closest most of us come, or think we come, to stone age living. For others though, there is no holding back, only total immersion, latter day hunters and gatherers, who go into the wilderness, and live primally, for extended periods.

Indigenous photographer Kiliii Yuyan recently accompanied members of the Stone Age Living Project, and documented their way of life, when he spent a month living with them, as they as lived as hunters and gatherers.

Yuyan has spent ten years involved with a group of 21st Century hunter-gatherers, a movement called the Stone Age Living Project. Their aim is to return to primitive living, away from the modern age. In the summer of 2014, Yuyan embedded himself with the group for a month, for which they had spent six months in preparation. They tanned hides and collected and dried foods in anticipation of the month ahead. During the month itself they hunted, “strained [their] way up scree slopes in bloodied bare feet”, and lived primally. Yuyan chose to carry a camera rather than a weapon, and with it he recorded their activities.

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