My flickr contact lee jinwoo took this fantastic reflection in South Korea with his Ricoh GR.
My flickr contact anton flow posted another fantastic image taken at Tempelhof Airport in Berlin, Germany with his Ricoh GXR.
My flickr contact anton flow shot this in Berlin.
The grain is terrific on this shot, must use more grain!
Flickr member VisualAge has posted a very simple street scene taken in Taipei, Taiwan with his Ricoh GR.
Sometimes the simplest compositions are the best, given the right color and clarity. On this one, the color on the door, the clarity of the bike basket, the screen and the green window behind it, and the mottled wall all come together to make a very nice mix of color and shape.
My flickr contact Ioannis Lelakis has posted this great image taken in a market in Bangkok, Thailand with his Ricoh GR.
Flickr member Antoine, took this self-portrait of him riding his mountain bike in Australia with his Sony RX100.
Note: I first posted this a year ago but I’m bumping it up because Ezra Caldwell has just passed away. The cancer finally beat him but he put up an incredible fight and lived a great life. RIP Ezra.
This is a great video. Ezra is not only incredibly frank and honest about his circuitous path to bike building but as you’ll see by exploring his site, Fast Boy Cycles, he’s one heck of a creative person who knows how to live his life with grace.
It looks like he’s taken his account off of flickr, maybe as a reaction to yesterday’s fiasco of a redesign change so the images on his site are dead at the moment. He’s an excellent photographer, hopeful you’ll find enough of his images that aren’t embedded from flickr to get a sense of his skill and eye. Note: his flickr account is back up: Ezra Caldwell.
Check out his cooking videos for a taste of his style. It seems everything Ezra does he does with art and grace, I’m both inspired and humbled by people who live this kind of full life.
As you’ll learn toward the end of the video above, Ezra has cancer and keeps a blog about it: teaching cancer to cry.
This is an incredible invention.
My flickr contact Itai Bachar has taken an excellent moving zoom image of a bike rider with child in Tel Aviv, Israel.
An ironworker and bike racer, Mr. Marmo, 26, spent much of his teens and early 20s in and out of jail for vandalism, drugs and bar fights.
This is a moving slide show with narration. Great example of how the spoken word can add context and substance to photography.
[via Jon Moss]