Sam Barker

OMO: Tribes of Ethiopia

sambarker01 sambarker02 sambarker03 sambarker04Images from a 10 days trip to the OMO valley in Ethiopia.

Sam Barker Photography

From photographyserved.com

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David Bowie

bowie001 David Bowie DJG0037S_01.tif bowie004David Bowie by Terry O’Neill and Brian Duffy

With a career spanning 50 years, Terry O’Neill is one of the world’s most sought-after photographers.   His many hundreds of subjects include rising stars of 1960s rock music such as the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, as well as the likes of Frank Sinatra, Twiggy and Faye Dunaway.

Quite clearly a talented young man with artistic flair, Brian Duffy happened upon the idea of becoming a photographer when he caught sight of some photographic contact sheets on the desk of a magazine Art Director in 1955.  After a few false starts, Duffy started to gain notoriety and recognition for his work in the late 1950s and, together with David Bailey and Terrence Donovan, ruled the roost of pop culture photography throughout the 1960s and into the 1970s with photographs of Jean Shrimpton, John Lennon and David Bowie included in his collection.

from proudonline.co.uk

Dan Ransom

danransom01” A technical canyoneer escapes an enormous keeper pothole deep within the Waterpocket Fold of Capitol Reef National Park. “

Escaping the Pit of Despair – http://500px.com/photo/833594

danransom02A clearing winter storm breaks over the”Wave” of Coyote Buttes, Arizona. “

Slickrock Tsunami – http://500px.com/photo/841223

danransom03Mt Tuscarora reflected in the icy waters of Lake Mary – near Brighton Ski Resort in Utah’s Wasatch Mountains.

Mt Tuscarora – http://500px.com/photo/1115615

danransom04One of the stratovolcanoes of Wrangell St. Elias National Park, Mount Drum is reflected in an alpine pond deep within the park’s backcountry.

Mount Drum, Alaska – http://500px.com/photo/924559