"falling out of love is the worst part…
you can literally feel every inch of
yourself detaching from what you once
adored. -Alex Elle"
Photoville is a modular photo show in Brooklyn Bridge Park. The city’s largest photography exhibition, it attracts tens of thousands of visitors to its riverfront site beside Brooklyn Heights. Wandering through the formation of shipping containers you can encounter dozens of photo projects, and this year Instagram has mounted its first curatorial project at the annual gathering, Everyday Projects.
The Heart of The Storm
Anne W. Brigman, American, 1869 - 19501906
gelatin silver glass interpositive
ca. 1940, reworked from earlier negative
12.7 x 10.1 cm.
National Origin: United States
PHOTO DU JOUR: 100 WOMEN BARE THEIR BREASTS FOR ‘BARE REALITY’ (NSFW) http://bit.ly/1udzAvz
Photo: Laura Dodsworth
Back in October of 2012, picturesque seaside communities across the Northeastern United States were taken off guard by Hurricane Sandy.
Brooklyn-based photographer Douglas Ljungkvist did a series of photos that shows the idyllic town of Ocean Beach, New Jersey before and after the powerful storm.
#141 Annie K C Elliott
#141 of 200 images that have made the IYL Showcase shortlist. We’ll be posting 2 images/day in the run up to the London Showcase (October 23rd) when the final 20 images will be announced and presented as chosen by the showcase jury..
When Dale Layne was growing up in Guyana, he never imagined he would one day be blind. Once, when walking down a street of the capital, Georgetown, in his early childhood, he felt frightened by a beggar wearing a sign around his neck. “BLIND MAN,” it warned. But around age 6, he began having trouble with his eyes. Thirteen years later, he was diagnosed with glaucoma.