"One of the sad facts about living in a big city is that it’s fairly impossible to avoid catcalling, and photographer Hannah Price noticed a constant stream of verbal harassment after she moved to Philadelphia from suburban Colorado. Instead of just keeping her head down and walking on by, Price made the choice to take pictures of her aggressors. It resulted in an ongoing collection of photos called City of Brotherly Love (spotted via Feature Shoot), and you can really see the discomfort in some of the subject’s eyes when the gaze is turned around. Take a look at the portraits after the jump.”
Back in May a couple of friends in Japan started a new project called rrrrrrrroll, using photography to explore beautifully minimalist animations based on objects and people turning on a single axis. (via)
Growing up, my most fond memories was visiting abandoned places with my brother. To this day, if opportunity presents itself, I bring my camera and take a few pictures. These are not my work ofcourse, but I hope you enjoy the visual beauty and maybe it brings fond memories of your own adventures.
Abandoned Construction of Nuclear Power Plant. Photo By brokenview
Chatillon Car Graveyard in Belgium
Jiancing Historic Trail in Taipingshan National Forest in Taiwan. Photo By T.-C
Abandoned theme park in nara dreamland, japan. Photo by michaeljohngrist
Old shack in a snow field, Idaho. Photo By James Neeley
Abandoned terminal at Nicosia Airport. Photo By eyesfutur
Milan, New Orleans. Photo By JustUptown
Abandoned church in autumn. Photo by *CainPascoe
Abanonded steam engine in Uyuni train cemetery, Bolivia. Photo By jimmyharris
I cannot stop surfing through these haunting Francesco Mugnai pictures. His photo series on abandoned amusement parks brings chills to my body as thrilling as the excitement I can recall back from visiting the amusement parks of my childhood. Here are all the memories rotting in fields and perhaps hosting some ghostly visitors.