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William Mark Sommer

Lost Highway. America the land of highways, where the car was king and the open road lay ahead. The American dream was seen along these endless highways, but as progress came it also lead to the downfall of this American tradition.

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Belinda Corney

The city I live in. Light and shadow driven. This is how I describe my photography. I prefer to stay at a distance, photographing my subject in their immediate environment.

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Seda Toksöz

The Art on the Streets. I think that photography is the branch of Art. When I get out to take a photo, I use my imagination and reinforce it with light and shadow.

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Dominic Bugatto for Eyeshot

We are very happy to have received this extraordinary illustration by Dominic Bugatto, an Illustrator and Photographer based in Toronto. Dominic was born in Bradford, England, and spent his formative years growing up in the West end of Montreal.

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Francesco Lopazio

Hacking Daily Life. The work originates from my computer studies; more precisely from the term “hacking” which can refer more generically to those situations in which it is necessary to use creativity and imagination.

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Saffet Ulker

Moment: One and Only. The challenge of a photographer is to capture an advanced level of aesthetics while trying to convey the moment without detaching it from its own context. Forced fiction by the photographer confines the viewer to his/her fictional story.

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Betty Manousos

DĂ©rives (Drifts). DĂ©rives (Drifts) refers to Phychogeographical Walking. I’ve always loved wandering through city streets and exploring the sights and areas of a city, uncovering spots I wouldn’t otherwise come across.

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Görkem Keser

SA Few Days In Istanbul Street Photography Series By Gorkem Keser. Istanbul is such a beautiful city that it inspires many people to write poetry. There are people who long for it when they’re away.

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Giuseppe Andretta

Scarfès self-injury in tcharmil subculture. Tcharmil means, in the Moroccan dialect, a spicy meat stew marinated with different spices. Recently, however, it is used to indicate the teenagers subculture that has become particularly widespread in large cities such as Casablanca and Fes.

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Paul Russell

“Beside the Sea: postcards from the English south coast”. These photos from my Beside the Sea series were shot at several seaside towns along the English south coast, from Lyme Regis to Brighton during 2004 to 2016.

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