Weekly Wednesday Wrapup: Top picks from my Flickr contacts


Do you want to look at these pictures? Wait, there are rules!
Click on the pictures and take some time to explore the artists’ streams on Flickr. Leave some comments. Photographers love that.
Then, leave a comment down the bottom of this post. Which photograph do you like the most, and why? It is always great to read about the diversity in what appeals to people.

Enjoy these hand-picked, pixel-ripened treats.

water totem
Water Totem, Rick Mcgrath

the painter (colors version)
The Painter, Franco Marconi

1960/1974 1960/1074, ordfabriken

FM.FP200.006.c
FM.FP200.006.c, jiroshashin

sottraendogli le sue caratteristiche più private...
sottraendogli le sue caratteristiche più private…, gio batta


untitled, joy7d

When you wish upon a star, makes no difference who you are
When you wish upon a star, lasofabunny

So go on, tell us, which grabbed you the most?

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Lecturer in Multimedia at CQUni Wrangler of young kids @ home in Yeppoon Otherwise, photographer and digital media type.
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2 Responses to Weekly Wednesday Wrapup: Top picks from my Flickr contacts

  1. gaby says:

    FM.FP200.006.c, jiroshashin
    without a doubt
    love the mismatch, the inadequacy of the portrait floating in the water, framed in a pola print.
    my favorite

  2. beapierce says:

    Wow – they’re all amazing. But I have to say that the water totem grabbed me the most. It’s so lovely just to look at! You can almost see the water rippling. It’s calming and yet exciting all at the same time. Wonderful!

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