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27 Jan. 2023

Hi all! Welcome to another installment of “Weekly Snapshot with Flickr Social”.

Every Friday we’re highlighting some of our favorite photos submitted to the Flickr Social group. For a chance to be featured, join the group and share your photos!

Happy Chinese New Year  🐰 2023

“Happy Chinese New Year 🐰 2023” – Eden | The Art of Photography

Yellowstone National Park

“Yellowstone National Park” – Michael Kerick

Sans Titre

“Sans Titre – Paris” – O’s Photo Project

An Indian Roller in flight

“An Indian Roller in flight. A colorful bird that is common throughout the country and is the state bird for many South Indian States. These are found all the way to the Middle East and are easily identified by their unique colors. The are about 30-35 cms and mostly sighted perched on power lines, fence posts and sometimes on grass bales in the countryside.

The birds hunt insects like beetles, grasshoppers and dragonflies. Sometimes they are seen on the ground in the grass picking up insects. They are not social birds and sightings are of solitary birds or at best two of them. We sighted several in the Western State of Gujarat last week – big large ones and I was quite happy to see them since we are seeing less of them in my home state.” –  Hari K Patibanda

Maple🍁   #inexplore

“Maple” – a_Jiro_Hanaki

Teddy

“Teddy. Re-edit of an older photo from the archives.” –  Zack Huggins

Yummy..

“Yummy at Dolcinotti” – Domina Petric

Spaces

“Spaces” – Roman Verner

Check out this month’s Explore takeover

Your Best Shot is the annual celebration of the most inspiring photography on Flickr where we invited you to share your single best shot of the year. This year the contest ran from Dec 1, 2022- Jan 4, 2023 and has accumulated almost 12k photo entries. This month’s takeover celebrated some of your best shots from Your Best Shot 2022!

Missed it? Check it out here.

Check out some of these photos below that have been submitted to the Flickr Social discussion!

genteel violence

“Genteel Violence. Day 262/365; Week 38 Theme: Fauna (Sep 19-Sep 25)The mantis is a contradiction on several levels. Though beloved by children and known for its posture that looks like prayer, it is the insect version of the weasel, a calculating killer with a seemingly insatiable appetite (which will readily eat others of its own kind, though the idea that the female often eats her mate seems to be largely based on observations in captivity with one or two species of mantis). And though the mantis is a violent killer, it is a particularly dainty eater. One might think this mantis is at a tea party!

The color behind the mantis is goldenrod and the lines are its legs.

It waits patiently, grabs prey faster than the eye can see, dismembers it dispassionately, eats it, and then calmly drops wings and other inedible portions so it can be ready to kill again. And though it has a reputation as a beneficial insect because it eats other insects, I rarely see it eating a beetle or other plant eater. Prey nearly always seems to be bees or butterflies or, here, a harmless paper wasp. I suspect this field would have a lot more butterflies in it if it didn’t have so many mantises and ambush bugs. (Ambush bugs don’t prey on anything larger than skippers, but skippers several times the size of ambush bugs get taken readily, as do honeybees and other bees.)” –Cheryl Molin

Public Display of Affection

“Public Display of Affection. No doubt these Rainbow Lorikeets (Trichoglossus moluccanus) from Plenty Gorge are truly in love.”  – Boris

Milky Way

“Milky Way. Taking advantage to shoot the Milky Way before it vanishes form the winter skies. Milky way rising as the moon sets at Pfieffer Beach – Big Sur” – Thomas B

See you next week!

20 Jan. 2023

Hi all! Welcome to another installment of “Weekly Snapshot with Flickr Social”.

Every Friday we’re highlighting some of our favorite photos submitted to the Flickr Social group. For a chance to be featured, join the group and share your photos!

Winter in Bryce

“Winter in Bryce Canyon. I was lucky enough to witness this beautiful rainbow spanning over the entirety of canyon on my last first and last evening in the park! I was shooting towards the sun when I realized a rainbow was forming on the other side and I rushed with my backup camera to capture it. The scene was too wide for the widest of my lenses, so I just snapped a handheld pano, and this is the result!” – Tanmay Sapkal

Withered Asters

“Withered Asters” – Peter Stenzel

FoRk

“Fork” – Falcon JKF

Winter in Moab

“Winter in Moab. Behind the Rocks area, Moab, Utah. Taken with my Mavic 3 drone with the 7x zoom enabled.” – Whit Richardson

Violet-bellied Hummingbird

“Violet-bellied Hummingbird” – nicole le roy

Lila Schönheiten im Sonnenuntergang

“Purple beauties in the sunset” –Moni Bordt

A lovely couple

“A lovely couple” – Anastasia Podrabinek

Ferrara

“Ferrara” – ::ErWin

Be a part of this month’s Explore takeover

Your Best Shot is the annual celebration of the most inspiring photography on Flickr where we invited you to share your single best shot of the year. This year the contest ran from Dec 1, 2022- Jan 4, 2023 and has accumulated almost 12k photo entries. This month’s takeover will be celebrating some of your best shots from Your Best Shot 2022!

If you entered – we invite you to share your entry in the discussion here for a chance to have it included in this month’s Explore takeover.

If you missed the deadline – you can still participate in the takeover by sharing your favorite photo from the Your Best Shot 2022 group pool in the discussion in Flickr Social. An awesome way to highlight and celebrate the work of other photographers here on Flickr!

Check out some of these photos below that have been submitted to YBS 2022. We hope they inspire you to share your photos & celebrate your fellow photographers!

Colorful houses

“Colorful houses” – Christophe D

2022-10-01-DRN-02

“East Fork Eklutna River” – tpeters2600

Just crossing here!

“Just crossing here!” – Vered Gilad Friedman

See you next week!

14 Jan. 2023

Hi all! Welcome to another installment of “Weekly Snapshot with Flickr Social”.

Every Friday we’re highlighting some of our favorite photos submitted to the Flickr Social group. For a chance to be featured, join the group and share your photos!

Winter reflections at Fusine lake

“Winter reflections at Fusine lake” –Francesco Missoni

Colorful Tendril Spiral

“Colorful Tendril Spiral” –Sally Rose Dolak

As the rush comes

“As the rush comes. And it certainly was with the temperature of water this time of year!” –rebecca Lammas

See Each Sunrise as a Gift

“See Each Sunrise as a Gift” –光影匠人

Dried mud....

“Dried mud” –Kevin Povenz

Jolly Jade Jumper

“Jolly Jade Jumper” –Nick Hobgood

The Dance. The art of boxing

“The Dance. The art of boxing. New mono edit of the pro fight between Tamuka Mucha and Dee Mitchell.” –sophie merlo

Aerial geometry 2

“Aerial Geometry” –Anastasia Podrabinek

Be a part of this month’s Explore takeover

Your Best Shot is the annual celebration of the most inspiring photography on Flickr where we invited you to share your single best shot of the year. This year the contest ran from Dec 1, 2022- Jan 4, 2023 and has accumulated almost 12k photo entries. This month’s takeover will be celebrating some of your best shots from Your Best Shot 2022!

If you entered – we invite you to share your entry in the discussion here for a chance to have it included in this month’s Explore takeover.

If you missed the deadline – you can still participate in the takeover by sharing your favorite photo from the Your Best Shot 2022 group pool in the discussion in Flickr Social. An awesome way to highlight and celebrate the work of other photographers here on Flickr!

Check out some of these photos below that have been submitted to YBS 2022. We hope they inspire you to share your photos & celebrate your fellow photographers!

A back lit wave flare in front of the Na'Pali Coast, Kauai.

“A back lit wave flare in front of the Na’Pali Coast, Kauai.” –Peter Rath

Nimira (x)

“Nimira (x). This (right now) is probably my own personal favourite portrait pic I’ve taken since I started doing this. My aim is to have a new favourite pic with each new shoot. That would mean I’m not standing still and hopefully getting better each time. Doesn’t always work that way and it’s not to say I was unhappy with the shoot after this one it’s just that I like this pic and I don’t usually like many of the pics I take. Or rather I’m quick to see the faults in them.” –Bureau 623

Schwanenfluss / Swan river

“Schwanenfluss / Swan river” –philou.61

See you next week!

12 Jan. 2023
wocintech (microsoft) - 31

Photo attribution: “wocintech (microsoft) – 31” by #WOCinTech Chat.

Hey, Flickr members! Happy New Year! Here’s some of what the Flickr team worked on in December 2022.

What’s New

Searching on the Flickr App with SafeSearch

SafeSearch has been updated on the Flickr Apps (iOS and Android) across all versions to include search term word filters. This means that when a user who has SafeSearch set to On searches for Bad Words they will find no results (or only their own results) whether they are searching for Photos, People, or Groups. Users with SafeSearch set to Moderate or Off are not affected.

The list of bad words that will be affecting results is long, but generally includes words that are more likely to include unmoderated content or that have a tendency to bring unsafe results.

We’re enhancing this feature to increase trust and safety within the Apps and to act in compliance with Apple’s policies.

Check or update your SafeSearch preferences here.

10 Jan. 2023

For a long time, members of our fantastic photo community have only been able to buy prints of their own photos. Today, we’re rolling out a new feature on Flickr that lets anyone—Flickr members and visitors alike—order professional quality prints from a select group of photographers who’ve made their work available for sale.

The Print Shop

How does it work?
Whether you’re looking for a print to decorate your living space or searching for a piece to give to someone special, you can now shop prints and wall art with just a few clicks. Start by clicking “Prints” in the upper nav, then select our brand new storefront: “The Print Shop”. When searching, photos that are available for print will also appear in the first row of your search results.

From The Print Shop

Once you’ve located the photo you want to print, click the shopping cart icon in the right-hand corner below the image, select the product style, size, etc., and proceed to check out.

Shopping cart

Flickr Prints
Flickr Prints is backed by years of photography sales success on our sister site, SmugMug. Your prints will come from Bay Photo, a professional lab located in Santa Cruz, California, and they ship all over the world! We offer paper prints, wall art, and desk art of photos in a wide range of sizes and finishes.

Who are the approved sellers?
This feature is part of a pilot program, so you can expect to hear about more improvements, tweaks, and featured photographers in the future. For launch, these are the talented photographers whose work you can buy for your home, office, or wherever you could use some inspiring photography:

Amanda Powell
Darren LoPrinzi
Jason R.
Jeff S.
Jordan K.
Lauri Novak
Matt K.
Patrick J.
Shannon O.

How can I become an approved seller?
For now, selling photos is limited to a small pool of photographers who all fit criteria for testing this exciting new opportunity. If you’re interested in becoming a future seller, please fill out this form. Please note: At this time, Flickr members who are outside of the United States or don’t have a Pro account are currently not eligible.

7 Jan. 2023

Hi all! Happy New Year and welcome to another installment of “Weekly Snapshot with Flickr Social”.

Every Friday we’re highlighting some of our favorite photos submitted to the Flickr Social group. For a chance to be featured, join the group and share your photos!

Night at Lussari

“Night at Lussari.”-Francesco Missoni

Resting

“Resting. Autumn leaf, finding rest on another leaf in the garden of the National Botanical Conservatory of Brest in the midst of the Stang-Alar valley, Finistère department of Brittany.” –Mia Ζωή

*Flat Lay Photography*

“Flat lay photography.” –Lara *

Jarvis Jr.

“Jarvis Jr.” –Visualante Media

Edelhert / Deer  (explored 05.01.2023)

“Edelhert / Deer” –Ria van den Broeke

Fenicotteri rosa

“Fenicotteri rose.” –Andrea D’Angiolo

Lena

“Lena/120 Film/RolleiFlex 2.8F/Kodak Portra 400”  –Enix Shen

Palmachim Beach

“Favorite rock at palmachim beach. Take two.” –Anastasia Podrabinek

Be a part of this month’s Explore takeover

Your Best Shot is the annual celebration of the most inspiring photography on Flickr where we invited you to share your single best shot of the year. This year the contest ran from Dec 1, 2022- Jan 4, 2023 and has accumulated almost 12k photo entries. This month’s takeover will be celebrating some of your best shots from Your Best Shot 2022!

If you entered – we invite you to share your entry in the discussion here for a chance to have it included in this month’s Explore takeover.

If you missed the deadline – you can still participate in the takeover by sharing your favorite photo from the Your Best Shot 2022 group pool in the discussion in Flickr Social. An awesome way to highlight and celebrate the work of other photographers here on Flickr!

Check out some of these photos below that have been submitted to YBS 2022. We hope they inspire you to share your photos & celebrate your fellow photographers!

On the rocks (Explored)

“On the rocks. Sally lightfoot crab [Grapsus grapsus] Fernandina Island. Galapagos Islands, Ecuador” –Fred Roe

Falling Stars

“Falling Stars. An ironcaster walks among falling embers during IronFire, an event in Barre, Vermont.” –Josh Trudell

Heart of Mother Nature [2022-05-25]

“Heart of Mother Nature … I had a great surprise today by Mother Nature. She showed me some love, and of course I wanted to share it with you. I wish I would share the fragrance of those lilac trees here.” –Moon River

See you next week!

23 Dec. 2022

Hi all! Happy Holidays and welcome to another installment of “Weekly Snapshot with Flickr Social”.

Every Friday we’re highlighting some of our favorite photos submitted to the Flickr Social group. For a chance to be featured, join the group and share your photos!

King Penguins at Salisbury Plain

“King Penguins at Salisbury Plain” –Garry Stratton

Treetopper

“Tree-topper” –jillyspoon

Smokey says "Meowy Christmas"

“Smokey says ‘Meowy Christmas'” –Andrea Peddle

Asters

“Asters” –Peter Stenzel

Bobcat perch

“Bobcat perch.” –John D.

Simple pleasures are the best

“Simple pleasures are the best.” –k@larissa@al .

Temminck’s Sunbird (Aethopyga temminckii)

“Temminck’s Sunbird”  –Andre Lorenz

Seen the Light

“Seen the light.” –David Heath

Nebel am See

“Fog on the water.” –Michael Jülg

Be a part of this month’s Explore takeover

December’s Explore takeover we’re celebrating the color red! Check out a few photos shared this week and join the discussion for a chance to be featured!

Red Background

“Hidaka, Saitama, Japan” –Takashi Nishimura

Simply red

“Simply red.” –Eiona Roberts

You‘ve finally match your master!

“My attempt at the “Looking Close… on Friday” theme ‘Abstract in Red'” –simple.joy

See you next week!

19 Dec. 2022

We’re well over 6000 submissions and counting for Your Best Shot 2022! Check them out here. If you’re still deciding on what photo to submit, you’ve got until January 4, 2023.

This year, six category winners will each receive a Peak Design bag specific to their category, a Capture One Pro 23 license, a free year of Flickr Pro, as well as lots of exposure on the Flickr social media channels.

Keep in mind, the sooner you submit to the group, the more exposure your photos will get! All December long, we’ll be curating themed galleries of Your Best Shot 2022 submissions to celebrate our brand new categories!

Peak Design's EVERYDAY BACKPACK
Capture One Pro 23 license

Have questions about how we’re celebrating with your photos? Visit our FAQs page and read the contest rules before submitting.

Looking forward to celebrating your best!

16 Dec. 2022

Hi all! Welcome to another installment of “Weekly Snapshot with Flickr Social”.

Every Friday we’re highlighting some of our favorite photos submitted to the Flickr Social group. For a chance to be featured, join the group and share your photos!

Wolves in winter wonderland

“Wolves in winter wonderland.” –Alexander Sand Halvorsen

Fleeting moments

“Fleeting moments.  Can even spot me if you try hard enough.”  –Terence Lee

VBeach SkatePark Untitled

“Beach skatepark”  –Renee Barronv

19 Match (2) Made in Heaven

“..the sky lit up in one of the most spectacular Port Erin sunsets I have ever seen. The sea was so calm that it reflected perfectly the fiery colours in the sky, and I walked around the harbour to include the yacht in the scene.” –Andrea Thrussell

Kniphofia, Red Hot Poker

“Kniphofia, Red Hot Poker. A visit to an allotments with the 100mm Macro lens and the Canon R5, no tripod hand held, amazing I did macro I like for once.”  –Nick Leonard

Trichia botrytis

“Trichia botrytis.” –Andre Lorenz

Rising (Explore)

“Mass Ascension, Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta.” –David Douglas

Miles finds a curlicue

“Miles finds a curlicue.” –shacker

Be a part of this month’s Explore takeover

December’s Explore takeover we’re celebrating the color red! Check out a few photos shared this week and join the discussion for a chance to be featured!

Ventana Cartagenera

“A very picturesque window in Cartagena, Colombia.” –Javier Pimentel

pyracantha berries

“Pyracantha berries”  –Christine S.

Rojo / Red

“Rojo/Red” –Pablo López

16 Dec. 2022
Time flies by

1. Please introduce yourself. Who are you? What do you do? How long have you been into photography? 

Hi, my name is Marcus Danz, and I am 48 years old. I purchased my first digital camera in 2004, but only took vacation snapshots and family images before I got serious about photography around 2012.

2. In one sentence, please describe what you captured in this shot.

This is Vischering Castle, one of the most beautiful medieval structures in my local area.

3. Why did you select this photo to share?

It is one of the photos that represent very well the type of photography I am into – and one of the few shots I am completely satisfied with.

4. What style of photography would you describe this as and do you typically take photographs in this style? 

I travel quite a lot to photograph landscapes and beautiful buildings, preferably during sunset/sunrise or the blue hour when the light is at its best. So maybe I am a low-light travel landscape photographer?

I still haven’t found a good term for the buildings part of my photography, since architectural photography is usually associated with something different than I do. Suggestions anyone?

5. When and where was this photo taken? 

This photo was taken on a beautiful summer evening on July 10, 2020. Vischering Castle is one of the three castles in my hometown Lüdinghausen, a small city that is located between Münster and Dortmund in northern Germany.

6. Was anyone with you when you took this photo?

No, I was on my own that evening. Since my wife and I work in alternating shifts to ensure the care for our two daughters, time for photography is something I am really lacking. But thanks to the late sunsets in the summer months I was able to shoot this image right after my late shift.

7. What equipment (hardware and software) did you use?

The image was taken with the Nikkor 14-24 on a Nikon D750, firmly mounted on the sturdy “Rock Solid Alpha XL Mark II” tripod from Rollei. I used (and am still using) a cheap cable remote to avoid camera shake. For the editing part I have used Photoshop, Lightroom and the Nik Collection, running on my 2015 iMac.

8. What drew you to take this photo? 

The corona pandemic made me think about how to make the best out of the 2020 travel restrictions. I decided to devote myself to a local subject and try to get the best image I could possibly take of it. Despite the fact Vischering Castle is only 3 kilometers away from my home, and castles are one of my favorite subjects, I had never been able to get a decent image of it so far.

9. How many attempts did it take to get this shot? How long did it take you to get one that you were satisfied with? 

I tested a broad variety of compositions on multiple occasions, and when I finally found the one I wanted to go with, I needed some more evenings until I got the desired conditions: A beautiful blue hour with some nicely lit and interesting looking clouds, plus calm winds to get a great reflection. I wrote a (German) article for my website about the whole process, so in case you are interested, read more here.

10. Did you edit (or do any post-processing/production on) this photo?

I did use the time blending technique I learned from Elia Locardi’s tutorial series “Photographing the world“ for this shot. After some basic adjustments in Lightroom, I exported the exposures to Photoshop and blended the blue hour sky image with a later exposure for the lights of the castle, which were turned on a little bit later. After that I proceeded with my usual workflow and did some exposure blending, color and contrast corrections.

11. What encouraged you to share this photo online and with others? 

Nothing more and nothing less than sharing the other images you find in my photo stream: When I joined Flickr in 2012 in the hope of getting feedback on my images from more experienced photographers, I was at first a little bit disappointed. My images rarely got any comments beyond the infamous “Great shot!”, but in the following years I was able to connect to people who were willing to give (and get) constructive criticism. Since then I have learned a lot from the valuable tips I got here – and some Flickr members even became real world friends.

I think I have improved my photography skills over the last years, but I am still very thankful for every hint I get, so I still upload all the better images I take.

12. Did you learn anything in the process of taking, editing, or sharing this photo?

The main thing I have learned by taking this image is that even minor tweaks in a composition can make a huge difference. I have always been very thoughtful about this topic, but on my travels I usually don’t get the opportunity to visit a location on multiple days to refine my compositional ideas. More often than not I only realize back at home I should have paid even more attention to the composition.

13. Do you remember what you had for breakfast (or lunch or dinner) the day you took this
photo?

No, I don’t remember that. To me this is a rather strange question, especially since food isn’t something I think a lot about. I usually lose some pounds on my photo trips, because I simply forget about eating enough.

14. What would you like people to take away from this photo?

Maybe trying to make the best out of any given situation: You can’t travel? Don’t complain, but explore the beauty of your local area!

This approach applies to other situations as well. If you are going for a colorful sunrise shot, but the weather report was wrong and all you get is dense and low hanging clouds: Improvise, adjust your composition and come home with a great moody image.

15. Is there any feedback that you’d like to get on this shot?

As always: If you notice anything about this image that could be improved in your opinion, let me know! I really am the type of person who appreciates constructive criticism way more than superficial praise.

16. How can anyone reading this support your work?

Have a look at my my website bilderschmied.com and my photostream here on Flickr. If you like what you see, you are more than welcome to follow my work, or even consider subscribing to the email service I offer.

I am an open-minded guy who likes to build a personal relationship to fellow photographers. Let’s get better together!

About Marcus Danz 

Marcus Danz (he/him/his) is an enthusiast amateur photographer and lives with his wife and his two daughters in a small town in northern Germany. In his main profession he works with children and juveniles with disabilities.  

10 Dec. 2022

Hi all! Welcome to another installment of “Weekly Snapshot with Flickr Social”.

Every Friday we’re highlighting some of our favorite photos submitted to the Flickr Social group. For a chance to be featured, join the group and share your photos!

Beaver Blood Moon Eclipse

“Beaver Blood Moon Eclipse. Total Eclipse begins as the Full Moon moves into the shadow of the Earth resulting in a total eclipse of the Moon and a Blood Moon caused by the light bent or refracted onto the Moon by the Earth’s atmosphere. Taken at Macmasters Beach, NSW, Australia.” –Merrillie Redden

Let us “Prey”

“Let us ‘prey'” –John Hefford

The first snowfall

“The first snowfall. Taken in Valsaisera, FVG Italy” –Andrea

Winter is Coming

“Winter is coming.” –Michael Wigg

Madeira Wave Abstract 1

“Madeira Wave Abstract 1. Reminiscent of Big Sur, the rugged coast of Madeira’s steep cliffs that plunge into the Atlantic Ocean offer some vantage points to see the crashing waves and interesting patterns in the water from a bird’s eye view. Those that know me, know that I just love getting odd looks from people when out photographing, especially from those that scratch their head in bewilderment and ask, “what the heck are you photographing??” as they did when I had my tripod set up on a cliff with my telephoto looking straight down. Here, I opted to process a series in a 16×9 crop to highlight the proportions of the crashing waves while also minimizing the bright white sea-foam that dominated the frame.”  –optimalfocusphotography

Say cheese!

“Say cheese!” –Taz !

A frosty start to the day ...

“A frosty start to the day.” –Jackie Matthews

Violins

“Violins.” –Matt H. Imaging

Be a part of this month’s Explore takeover

December’s Explore takeover we’re celebrating the color red! Check out a few photos shared this week and join the discussion for a chance to be featured!

Balloon Anatomy

“Balloon Anatomy”  –hp light

found this spice girl in my fridge!

“Found this spice girl in my fridge! No picante pero deliciosa! –Lit World

Aquatic Clubhouse (Explored)

“This small island and its clubhouse are home to the Berkeley Water Ski Club from May through September. In the winter months, it is home to numerous water-birds. Berkeley Aquatic Park, Berkeley California.” –Steve Bonn

See you next week!

2 Dec. 2022

Hi all! Welcome to another installment of “Weekly Snapshot with Flickr Social”.

Every Friday we’re highlighting some of our favorite photos submitted to the Flickr Social group. For a chance to be featured, join the group and share your photos!

Ice sculptures on Jökulsárlón Lagoon

“Ice sculptures on Diamond Beach Iceland” –Michele Borgarelli

Calling it a Night

“Two fishermen in Wisconsin end their day, during a golden sunset.” –Jim Schue

In Explore: The Netherlands

“The Netherlands. Early in the morning, one of the first cold mornings in the Netherlands this year. The light was amazing so I just had to capture it.” –Barbara van der Linde

Sun follows rain

“Sun follows rain.” –Martin Baertges

Playa de Portizuelo - Portizuelo Beach

“Playa de Portizuelo – Portizuelo Beach. A magical place.” –rakel goiri

Symmetry

“Symmetry. Perfect timing as these two Black Headed Gulls came flying past.” –David Lea Kenney

Community.

“Community. St. Mary’s Fire Station. Southampton, UK” –John Morgan

Maslow [ Thank you for EXPLORE! :) ]

“6 month old Dutch Shepherd” –Kristen Bretscher

Be a part of this month’s Explore takeover

December’s Explore takeover we’re celebrating the color red! Check out a few photos shared this week and join the discussion for a chance to be featured!

Pretty Peppers

“Seen at the farmer’s market, rinsed by a light rain. Such vivid colors!” –Hugh Stickney

Red Wooden Buttons

“Red wooden buttons.” –Serena Tan

In the Red

“In the red. Ant climbing into the inside of a Barrel Cactus blossom. Full frame. Dedicated Vinatge macro film lens. No crop. No post processing.” –Catherine Sienko

See you next week!

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