Photos by Michele Abeles. Brooklyn, New York.
what a strange person in the 3rd. love the 4th!
the owl one is pretty weird.there’s somethin about him,i don’t know,he looks poised…
almost every photographer featured on this site seems occupied with landscapes, animals, or the characteristics of nature. Is that your personal taste booooom? Or are those the themes of this generation of photographers?
i guess the things you are noticing are simply my personal taste – what else would you like to see featured (what else is there to photograph, other than people, animals, and landscapes)?
i enjoy your choices much, so it’s definitely not criticism. I think photography has shifted from people as the main focus, to nature as the main focus. Or is that just a stupid observation
it’s not a stupid observation! i think there is definitely a certain style of photography i like to post here more than there is a shift away from portraits of people in general.
the last one looks like a face :)
That owl interaction would have changed my life.
I agree that there is a trend among the photographers posted here. However, the same can be said about the artists. There must be several artists on here that I swear could have posted more art under a different name. Artists draw inspiration off one another and it shows. Nothing bad about it at all. This is just where our generation of art is heading.
Cool photos. I love the owl.
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