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Great collection (and interview) of shots by Kolkata-based Subir Basak.
Light On - expressive photos of New York City by Franck Bohbot.
Johnny Joo takes us into the ruins of an abandoned film school that was chock full of items that are doubly interesting to us as photographers.
Hong Kong has so many colours in the street, it's vibrant and faded, simple and precise, modern and traditional, bright and shaded. The people in the street complete with those colours their own street scenes.
Japanese photographer Tatsuo Suzuki captures the frenetic atmosphere of Tokyo through richly toned black and white street photography.
Los Angeles photographer Ed Freeman captures the architecture of the American roadside in a remarkable portfolio of images, writes Kathryn Bromwich
French photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagreze capture the soaring height of Hong Kong's skyscrapers
Extensive portfolio of urban decay photography of Todd Sipes
A great collection of New York street shots by Jacob Lindell.
Sarah Choi is an award-winning photographer from South Korea. Today, she shares her remarkable, colourful Hong Kong street photography with the blog.
Nice collection of shots of everday life in India
Some of these images are featured in other posts, but are worth resharing
Rebecca Litchfield braved radiation and KGB-style interrogation techniques to capture the beauty of this bygone era in a series called Soviet Ghosts.
'Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album' is an exhibition at The Royal Academy of Arts in London featuring 1960s America street photography by Dennis Hopper.
Featured previously this is a new collection of B&W cityscapes by Polish photographer Martin Stavars
Great B&W street shots that form part of the Perfect Strangers project by Mahmoud Merjan.
Freelance photographer Lu Gen captures fleeting moments on the streets of Chongqing, China
The Yekaterinburg TV Tower is one of the landmarks of the major Russian city and also has the title of the tallest abandoned building in the world.
Interesting project by Travis Huggett shooting New York bus commuters
Crazy, birds-eye views of Hong Kong taken from vertigo-inducing locations by Vitaliy Raskalov and Vadim Makhorov
Polish photographer Lukasz Biederman captures the quiet darkness that descends upon the village streets at night.
Daniel Cheong has captured stunning cityscape images that he processes using ‘Digital Blending’.
Not mere silhouettes are stick figures, these photographs are a fantastic display of shadow play with a great accuracy for the decisive moment.
Photographer Adam Garelick works solely in black and white to capture the unique liveliness and energy of New York City.