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by Bubba Jay.

Black & White Street Photography. Munich, Germany.

worldstreetphotography:

Hi Street togs! World Street Photography is happy to announce the first Street Photography contest of the blog.

We are looking forward to have many participants and we want to see the best of you. The deadline is on Monday, May 5, 2014 23:59 (CEST).

There will be a prize for the winner of the contest!

The more, the merrier, so please share this and visit the contest page in order to know the guidelines and rules.

World Street Photography





from munich to bucharest and back
enjoy ur own and others prints







gancsos:

Zines’ off the press!
Hello fiends. Volume 1 of Wherever I Walk as well as another zine are now finished and ready to be received. They are available on Turnip Editions my one-man press operation. These are in editions of 50, can be acquired for hard cash, trade, barter, or anything else I might need. Tell everyone!
Also, if you’ve already received yours and would like to mention how awesome it is, feel free to do so…  ;-)

go for it!!

gancsos:

Zines’ off the press!

Hello fiends. Volume 1 of Wherever I Walk as well as another zine are now finished and ready to be received. They are available on Turnip Editions my one-man press operation. These are in editions of 50, can be acquired for hard cash, trade, barter, or anything else I might need. Tell everyone!

Also, if you’ve already received yours and would like to mention how awesome it is, feel free to do so…  ;-)

go for it!!





anjaniedringhaus:

"….I keep thinking too of a picture earlier in the show of a soldier in Iraq which shows him on a road cluttered with rubble, his back to us and a GI Joe sticking up from his backpack. Taken in 2004 by Anja Niedringhaus, the image is initially amusing then immensely alarming. The context is all too literal. How many little boys who once begged their parents to buy them GI Joes as children are still playing the game of war? Perhaps war makes children of us all…."
http://www.salon.com/2014/01/05/war_photography_partner/

sad day for documentary & war photography…r.i.p. Anja

anjaniedringhaus:

"….I keep thinking too of a picture earlier in the show of a soldier in Iraq which shows him on a road cluttered with rubble, his back to us and a GI Joe sticking up from his backpack. Taken in 2004 by Anja Niedringhaus, the image is initially amusing then immensely alarming. The context is all too literal. How many little boys who once begged their parents to buy them GI Joes as children are still playing the game of war? Perhaps war makes children of us all…."

http://www.salon.com/2014/01/05/war_photography_partner/

sad day for documentary & war photography…r.i.p. Anja



jasonndenver:

Extremely proud to be a part of this book project. The 2013 edition of Black and White Street - Street Photography, curating hundred’s of passionate street photographer’s from around the world. Very honored to be among the group of curators for this book. Special thanks to Gardner Hamilton for dedicating, starting and spending so much time on this group, and to Bogdan Radu for editing it all together.







thank U Dublin

thank U Dublin