The month of May brought over 45 hundred images and 20 new artists to the iPhoneogenic Flick Group. Once again it was another agonizing experience narrowing down these images to just 31. Everyone seemed to be on top of their game making it much more difficult to select the top contenders.
Leading us off is a master of app manipulation and surrealist, Mrs. Edina Herold with her image “Bubbles,” which evokes whimsy and yet a serious tone. Amongst the May collection there is wonderful macro photography by Lindsey Thompson, Annely P, and Connie. Other great photos and images ranging from street photography to abstract landscapes and everything in between include artists such as Alexey Ovsyannikov, John Mallon, Robin Pope, Robert Herold, Stephanie Meckfessel and many more. I hope you enjoy this set of images and find yourself coming back to discover something new in each image.
Thanks to all who submitted to the iPhoneogenic Flickr Group . You made this month’s selection process very tough. Please keep them coming in!
Bubbles by Edina Herold
Space by Deb Evans Braun
so far and away by krapoz
Untitled by By Laura Klasa
Untitled by Alexey Ovsyannikov
Missing the point by Lindsey Thompson
dying chords of eternal music by Yuriy Leskiv
Oh, heart, if one should say to you that the soul perishes like the body answer that the flower withers but the seed remains” – Kahlil Gibran by Catherine Restivo.
Lighting the way by John Mallon
Houston we have lift off by Carlein
Untitled by Amo Iphoneography
At the end of friday by Youngdeok Ko
Die Wahrheit liegt in der Mitte by iphotography.ch
N&C by Robin Pope
Caught in the web by AnnelyP
Reality ve Relfection by Danny J.A.D.A.
photo by Jordan Cortese
Invisible stories by Robert Herold
Tango for Two by Laura Peischl
Soul Flight by Roger Guetta
“I’m ready for my close up, Mr. DeMille.” by Connie
Untitled by By Nikita Gross
Untitled by Greg Briggs
Passing by ShaneMartinArt
Untitled by _thisspace_
MACBA by Elena iPhoneography
Pollen in the time of Georgia O’Keeffe by unruly_e
Angel of Harlem by Jaime Ferreyros
Somewhere near and very far away by Stephanie Meckfessel
Bad tulip impersonation by Janine Graf