By Design by Adrian Whear
The RMIT design building in Melbourne, Australia. This is a much photographed building so my challenge was to capture an original composition. It took many visits when finally I thought to look at the nearby parked cars for reflections.
Daughter by Arkadeep Mitra
Heavily inspired by the John Mayer song “Daughters”, it explores the never ending relationship of the mother and the girl child.
Best represented by the song’s lines, “Girls become lovers who turn into mothers, so mothers be good to your daughters, too”.
The picture was taken in Singapore.
Facial Expressions. by Betty Manousos
Showing deep respect, I tried to effectively capture the expression of grief and loss in this photograph and inspire the person viewing the picture to ask their own questions about mortality. I think their grief is still evident…
Pocket of Serenity by Sionainne Costello
Early mornings in Stockholm’s Old Town center provide curious winding roads with beautiful morning light and quiet courtyards to enjoy the sun in. This older man looked so content and peaceful starting his day, careful not to disturb his serenity …
Closer to Home 21 by Marna Bell
This image is part of a series that focuses on a feeling of nostalgia–longing for an idealized time when life seemed simpler. The images represent semi-fictionalized narratives; some dimly recalled memories and some imagined. In this fantasy world of the past, I found excitement and escape.