There are so many great images added everyday that it is impossible to show you all of them that deserve attention. You'll just have to go over to the group and see them all yourself. Also, I ask for permission to use each image, and sometimes I don't get permission or sometimes the permission comes in too late for an image to make the blog post. This really is just a small sampling.
As you can clearly see, there are a number of highly talented photographers in the group. I'm honored to be able to share with you some of their photographs on my blog. Thank you to all who participated in this!
|fireman Sam got fired by Szydlak likes Abandoned Places|
I really like the dark and moody feel of this image. It's depressing, which is sometimes difficult to
convey in abandonment photography.
|three options by potosi6088m|
This is an interesting photograph to me because, in photography theory, it shouldn't work, but it so
obviously does. Great use of repeated shapes and contrast.
|Supreme Club - Los Angeles, California January 2015 by DJ NITELIFE|
I like the retro look of this image--it has a film-like quality. You can visit his website by clicking here.
|Untitled by Seb lessandroni|
I like the abstractness of this photograph. It has a nice pattern, great contrast, and even a little
negative space in what is otherwise a busy scene.
|the MG Magnette by FanFan Babii or just plain Buffan|
The eyes are drawn immediately to the headlight, which becomes the anchor as one explores the
rest of the scene. This was certainly a great find.
|Robe by Charles Bodi|
It's a vast space, but careful use of contrast draws the viewer to the "robe" which is the subject of this image. You can visit his website by clicking here.
|The Nurse Barbarella's Room by Frank Grace|
Lots of repeated lines and shapes. Contrast is somewhat subtle but well used. I like the use of color in this image. You can visit his website by clicking here.
|Roll out....$$$$$$$ by skel bone|
Simplicity. It's a cart in the corner of a room. Note the black line leads the viewer from the bottom-left straight to the main subject. The lighting is good, too.