I was first introduced to Alec Soth's work at SF MOMA around this time last year when his "Sleeping by the Mississippi" project was up at the museum. I was immediately drawn to and fascinated by the realness of his subjects--the haunting lives of modern Americans, and especially the quiet whimsy in his shot of a bearded man holding two model airplanes. Every now and then I see his work floating around the internet and my fascination still stands.
When it comes to man-built wonders from past eras, few are still standing and looking as good as the Great Wall of China. It is definitely one of those iconic spots everyone should get to know, if they ever get the chance.
So I thought it would be nice to share with you a few photographs taken at the Wall by some really talented people. If you enjoy these images, don't forget to visit each photographer's portfolio simply by clicking each pic. They'll definitely appreciate it... also, if you got your own pictures at the Great Wall, share with us! We'd love to see it. Cheers! ;)
Eva Kolenko is a photographer focusing on Advertising, Editorial, Lifestyle and most evidently Food. Located in Novato, a small city close to San Francisco, California. Being able to enjoy your passion is what I think the best asset to capture life and your work.
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‘Mistaken’ is a photography project that revolves around people with tattoos and how each element of art on skin carries a form of character with the person. The project aims to debunk society’s point of view on tattoos of being associated with people involved in illegal dealings.