Daily Walks | Diane Varner | The Wind Wispers
Lovely tire swing.
Twenty4.net – a lay(wo)man behind a lens
The artists self portrait.
3 a.m. from Kyoto – Photography by Stuart Lee – . Home Is Where The Heart Is .
ala. House of Flying Daggers (only japanese)
Noah Grey Photography – Series Collections – Liam – 3 of 12
c h r o m a s i a / photoblog / the end of the tunnel
Get well soon Mrs. Nightengale. :)
Mike Golding – Photos from London – Worth All That Effort?
Reflection is something I don’t use very often in my own work. I should though, because it never fails to interest me when I see it in other peoples.
m o o d a h o l i c // Priceless Junction
dark and foreboding
Tomagine / Sound of Silence / I., April 2006
Fog is so beautiful
daysPhoto : the scenery seems warped as it flows by,"
grainy monochromatic urban scenes are cool too.
fotograf by imran 2006
dessicated monochromatic landscape scenes are awesome.
m o o d a h o l i c / Load Balancing
Daily Walks | Diane Varner | Journey of Descent
Really, all of her photographs have a nascent feel, as though you are witnessing something deeply organic. They feel both fresh and old at the same time.
Note: Nascent (as defined by a dictionary) doesn’t really work here the way I wanted, but it was the only word that came to mind. The texture of the word seemed to fit the texture of the photographs, so I used it anyway. Hey, whadya gonna do?