Geisha (芸者?), Geiko (芸子) or Geigi (芸妓) are traditional, female Japanese entertainers whose skills include performing various Japanese arts such as classical music and dance.
If you have been fortunate enough to be using Google+ recently you may have seen one of Trey Ratcliff’s stunning photographs being shared in your streams. Trey is best known for his blog StuckinCustoms.com which is the No.1 Travel Photography Blog on the web and had the honour of having the first HDR photo ever […]
A visited my birth home town the other week. It’s quite a well-known town on the UK and is best-known for being the surfing capital of England. While there I visited many of the great beaches scattered around town (foursquare was updated aplenty!) and it just brings back memories of growing up by the beach […]
Today’s post is all about some of the great work by Ben Heine and his exciting series titled “Pen Vs Camera”.
You may think you are viewing photos of miniature villages but these are in fact photos of real life. These photographs have been taken using the special art of tilt-shift photography.
If you will excuse the pun in the title then here in this post you will find some ‘egg’-cellent Easter images (oh dear there I go again!). Although Easter is still a week away and I’m still confused why a bunny is even giving out eggs it’s a great holiday period and I wish you […]
4 April 2011 – Sometimes it’s good to just sit and watch the world go by with all the interesting people who are going about their business. It can really get you wondering – who are they? What are they doing? And where are they going? So sit back and relax with a cup of […]
12 March 2011 – There are some truly magnificent natural made structures and wonders throughout the world but when you see these fantastic photos of cityscape’s then it will show you that man-kind is pretty damn good at creating some awesome structures as well. These towering giants and urban landscapes made of concrete, bricks, glass […]
There are some inspiring photographers out there but there are non-more inspiring than the gravity-defying Natsumi Hayashi. Natsumi is a photographer from Tokyo, Japan and can be spotted jumping up and down around the city armed with her SLR and amazing self-timing which capture these truly amazing shots.
I saw these photos the other day and was totally blown away. I have seen light painting before but these eerie skeletons by the fantastic Helsinki photographer Janne Parviainen are the best I have ever seen.