International Photography Awards ( 3 )

Entry Title: ” Plasticity of Life”
Name: Martin Oeggerli, Switzerland
Category: Professional, Micro
Entry Description: Armed with a scanning-electron-microscope, the author has collected and catalogued insect eggs from every corner of the earth over many years. Single portraits showcase the diverse forms and patterns which invite a comparison with man-made constructions that have been produced during the industrial age or even today as elements of modern architecture.

 

Entry Title: ” Russian Adventures”
Name: Sue Flood, United Kingdom
Category: Professional, Travel/Tourism
Entry Description: I took this series of photographs in the Russian Arctic, when travelling as on tourist trips to Franz Josef Land and Kamchatka and the Kuril Islands. The dramatic light made for a stunning trip.

Entry Title: ” cello girl”
Name: Shu Li- Chuan, Taiwan
Category: Non-Professional, Music
Entry Description: Let the melody to be as the wind.

Entry Title: ” Lovelace Boudoir”
Name: Jordi Bourbaki, Spain
Category: Non-Professional, Other_AD
Entry Description: Series for Bibian Blue’s ‘Lovelace Boudoir’ collection.

Entry Title: ” Remote Control”
Name: Claudio Allia, Italy
Category: Non-Professional, Self-Promotion
Entry Description: Mathare Valley Slum (Nairobi) A.D. 2010.

Entry Title: ” The worshippes”
Name: Marcin Bera, United Kingdom
Category: Non-Professional, Self-Promotion
Entry Description: Dense fog over the southwest coast of the Jurassic Coast in the United Kingdom.

Entry Title: ” Simplicity”
Name: Marcin Bera, United Kingdom
Category: Non-Professional, Self-Promotion
Entry Description: These photos are showing my favourite places in the United Kingdom. Somber mood and depth of the ocean literally radiates from them. As long as I can, ll always come back there.

Entry Title: ” Calatrava – Valencia”
Name: Carlos Esguerra, United States
Category: Non-Professional, Bridges
Entry Description: Images of works by Spanish master architect Santiago Calatrava at Ciudad de las Artes y de las Ciencias in Valencia, Spain.

Entry Title: ” Docklands”
Name: Rafal Krol, Ireland
Category: Non-Professional, Buildings

Entry Title: ” stealth bomber”
Name: Kevin Kwok, United States
Category: Non-Professional, Buildings
Entry Description: Taken over a period of three years, these images are the architectural intersections of corner offices when viewed straight upwards. By standing right next to the corners and photographing these buildings at such severe angles, the lines and geometry are accentuated and the buildings become abstracts allowing the viewer to provide their own context to the images.

Entry Title: ” Frozen Music”
Name: Joel Tjintjelaar, Netherlands
Category: Non-Professional, Buildings
Entry Description: A series of architectural objects that in some way represents the idea that beauty can be found in mathematics. Goethe once said that architecture is frozen music. Both architecture and music are based on mathematics so I’ve tried to find architectural objects that in some way also can be associated with music by their form, their rhythm and flow and recurring patterns. This is an ongoing series.

Entry Title: ” Untitled”
Name: Caitlin Kovac, United States
Category: Non-Professional, Historic

Entry Title: Where Ships Were Born [Revisited]”
Name: Paul Alexander Knox, United Kingdom
Category: Non-Professional, Industrial
Entry Description: Sunderland has a proud 600 year history of shipbuilding, which in the early 1900’s employed 12,000 men; over a third of the town’s adult population. Now the workforce is a mere half dozen and their future is uncertain. The once opulent offices that stood like Mary Celeste style shrine for over 20 years have now been demolished. The Dry dock still functions but now only as a demolition site. The industry is in it’s final years. I left my home town of Sunderland a few years after the industry was all but closed down to find employment. I returned over 13 years later to begin the journey to document this, the last working shipyard in Sunderland.

Entry Title: ” Along The River Rouge: Detroit’s Industrial Mecca”
Name: Jeff Gaydash, United States
Category: Non-Professional, Industrial
Entry Description: Photographing Along The River Rouge: Detroit’s Industrial Mecca An ongoing series of images taken around Detroit’s heavily industrialized River Rouge area, including Zug Island, Delray, The Marathon Oil Refinery and Ford’s Rouge Plant.

Entry Title: ” Priests in Ethiopia”
Name: Grzegorz Sowa, Poland
Category: Non-Professional, Personality
Entry Description: Priest in region Tigray in Ethiopia, where stone churches are located

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