Over the past month of June we saw well over 1700 images add to the iPhoneogenic group pool. Many new artist joined and shared their work as well as the usual suspects continued to add as well.
This version in the series of monthly collections is a few days late due to the four day weekend we have here in the U.S. Yes I had a long weekend and needed some much needed rest.
I have also been ill the past few weeks so I haven’t had much time to update the blog with new Q&A’s.
Our lead photo is one in which encompasses the very nature of iPhoneography where “you create the world of the dream” like AikBeng brilliantly portrays. I love how this suggest how iPhoneography allows you to be the architect of your photos and create your wildest dreams. Next, Who said tough guys don’t have feelings and don’t allow themselves to be vulnerable, just ask “JACOB + CHICA” by Max Berkowitz. Then, Kim Holloway shows us that beauty can be found during the “end of days” when death catches up to all things living. Also, Jaime Ferreyros finds the “seabed secrets” hidden away on the abstract sandy sores of Miami. Lastly, Dixon Hamby witnesses one of those allusive pole adverts “caught in the act.”
Thanks to all who participated in adding to the iPhoneogenic Flickr Group and those who submitted their work to us. You have made this month’s selection process very tough. Continue to inspire us!
I hope you enjoy the collection!