Facebook Nikon D40x Group

Just joined this Facebook Group: I Rock a Nikon D40x. Great place to go see examples of pics taken by average people like you and me. Clearly there are varying levels of skill here, but its def cool to see the range of photos featured here.



I'm back...

...and finally equipped with a respectable camera. After much deliberation, I went with the Nikon D40x, a good camera for the first time point-and-shoot to SLR convert, I'm told. I'm still trying to figure out what the hell I'm doing, but here are some pics I took on a recent trip to the Tampa/St. Petersburg area. By the way, highly recommend the Big Cat Rescue if you are ever in the area. That is where I met Mr. Bengal Tiger - what an amazing animal....


"U Know The Name" photoblog

Fantastic hi-res pics here of one blogger's journey into the middle east...


"Group Photo:" Postgraduate photography exhibition

25 students from the Saint Martin's School of Art & Design (London) are exhibiting their post graduate projects from June 24 - July at the Saint Martin campus. The exhibit is called "Group Photo."


India Photo Journal

Colorful photo journal of a trip to India spanning mutliple cities, including Delhi, Agra, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Mumbai and a few others. The photographer seemed to be particulary fascinated by the street vendors of India, ranging from the masala man to the juice wala to the snake charmer. Ah, India - a country as diverse as the many colors it shows you.


Hot Zones By Kevin Sites

War correspondant Kevin Sites maintains a "Hot Zone" photostream on Flickr, depicting some of the world's most war-torn areas (or, Hot Zones). Sites' images focus less on the damage and pain inflicted by war; but more on the people who deal with it as part of their daily lives.


Hong Kong 100x100 By Michael Wolf

"Hong Kong 100x100" is an intriguing collection of photographs by photographer Michael Wolf. Wolf took 100 pictures of the 100 flats that make up Hong Kong's oldest housing estate. In keeping with the 100 theme, the flats themselves are only 100 square feet. Tiny by western standards, but these people don't seem to care...

[via Gridskipper]