Weekly Photo Challenge: Illumination

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Illumination. Recently, I’ve been inspired by all types of lights, from the tiny white twinkles draped over trees during the holidays to the spectacle of fireworks in the night sky on New Year’s Eve. But sometimes I stumble upon stunning displays of light in the most unexpected places, like this grid of colorful bulbs underneath Southwark Bridge in London, England

Lights are functional — everyday objects in our rooms and on our streets. Yet lights can be powerful symbols: signs of life, curiosity, and discovery. We’re interested in seeing what you come up with for illumination — particularly your creative interpretations and more abstract approaches by Cheri Lucas

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Geometry

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Geometry. This challenge is about the shapes and rhythms that make up the geometry of our world. Many photographs of any genre have an underlying sense of geometry, but I often like to make this the main subject of my work. I think it’s the most important aspect of a photograph’s success. This could be the patterns of the natural world up close and personal, or the rhythm of your local buildings. The above photograph, “Positive Negative,” depicts the Paula Rego Museum in Lisbon where the sky created an equally strong element of the composition as the building. The image has a totemic quality, softened by the passing cloud. I had waited for this cloud to move into the perfect position within the frame. The colour, light, and form of the image emphasize this geometry. by Cheri Lucas

Weekly Photo Challenge: Foreign

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Foreign. While foreign (rightly so) often brings up images of things outside of your own nation, it can also apply to things outside of or different from your normal environment, or even something which is out of place in general. I’m sure you’ll be able to find some great examples of this My photo is from a recent trip to Bulgaria, where my inability to understand Cyrillic characters was one of the things which made *me* feel foreign by Sara Rosso

 

Weekly Photo Challenge: Silhouette

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SILHOUETTE. The proper definition of a silhouette is “the outline of a body viewed as circumscribing a mass.” In photography, often we achieve that effect by putting light behind the object whose silhouette we want to capture, effectively darkening out the features of the subject instead of highlighting them. My silhouette of the Colosseum in Italy I think still shows off the ancient landmark while bringing other details into focus. by Sara Rosso on October 19, 2012

Weekly Photo Challenge: Everyday Life

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Everyday Life: In this picture a group of people bringing a timber I took this picture at the place of old part of Dhaka near Buringa River in Bangladesh.  I am trying to capture their rhythm and line, when I see of them they really attract me.  After taking this picture I talked with them, they work as a day labor, every day they carrying a lot of timber its timber come to Dhaka by boat from the different district of Bangladesh. I was there for covering my assignment. © Monirul Alam  

Weekly Photo Challenge: Near and Far

“As I’m standing on this shore,
Can you see I need more?
My hearts wish is just to know
what it’s like in the ever glow. . .”

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Near and Far: In this picture a little child sits on the beach early in the morning, her name is Sonali, she actually wait her father who and other fisherman catches fish on the seashore. It is the place of Island named, St. Martin Island in the northeast part of the Bay of Bengal. The St. Martin Island is the only coral Island in the Bangladesh. I was there with my family tour and captured a beautiful life and moment which I remember. © Monirul Alam