What’s going on here? Happy Halloween!
I came across these two pictures on the internet of early 1970s Beirut and I noticed that they look so much like a few pictures I’d taken just last summer. Granted, there’s not much to see in the pictures, but the nature and landscape are just the same. Some things never change.
If you’ve ever gone deep into the night hooked onto wordpress, blogger, tumbler, or the like, exploring all the endless possibilities of the internet, you will love this series by Gabriela Hermann, on bloggers. Her photographs each depict a blogger, in deep connection with their laptops. Here are a few of the bunch to get you excited & motivated to write your next post.
To see more of the series Click Here
However her talent doesn’t stop there, the below photograph, for example, has been my desktop picture for over a year now. Her photographs are clean, crisp and just feel good.
We have quite a few cats around in our neighborhood (including two of our own, and one permanent visitor). Though we often have a few guests who come and visit quite frequently. As the below: black kitten that can’t keep still, so this shot was a quick one!
Chicago-based photographers & friends, Timothey Burkhard & Stephanie Bassoss decided to take on a project in which they both exposed photographs on the same film, without knowing what the other person had photographed. Each talented photographers in their own right, the results are phenomenal and truly artistic.
Bassos photographed the people & Burckhardt the places, which explains the name of the collaboration:
people versus places.
Here are a few of my favorite from the series:
To see more of these double exposure dalliances, check out:
Also, here’s a good track to listen to as you enjoy the pictures: Arrows by Szjerdene