Singular by Kadir Mumyakmaz
I was waiting for next train and did not want to sit and wait. I always shoot people in the tube, panning, slow motion, low FOV. This time I was lucky and managed to shot what I was really wanted to get.
Alone by Danielle L Goldstein
When we walk around New York City its so easy to see its sheer vastness: the architecture, the infrastructure, the commerce, the sensory onslaught and the incessant supply of humanity. That staggering, impenetrable vastness is what makes this city both endlessly fascinating and incredibly infuriating; and it’s easy to get wrapped up in the blunt, visceral emotion that the hugeness of the city evokes in us. It’s easy to forget that the dense forest is, in reality, a collection of trees—all of them breathing, growing, living, and dying, one beside the other beside the other.
CrossWalk by Lodiza LePore
Saratoga Race Track, Saratoga NY The scenes get stranger and stranger.
The Glare by Joanna Madloch
This photo was taken in the crowd surrounding the Charging Bull, sometimes referred to as the Bull of Wall Street or the Bowling Green Bull. The little girl seemed not to care about the famous statue at all, concentrating her attention on a young woman.
I caught you by Joshgun suleymanov
I took this photo 2 years ago, but I couldn’t find the kind of human character I wanted. In the end, I was lucky
Alone by Anandarup Ghatak
A lonely woman at the mosque chatting with her companions.