Chinese photographer Huang Qingjun captured fabulous photos of poor, yet accommodating, people of China with all of their possessions in front of their house.
"They realised what I was trying to do, they understood the point... they’re not like people from the city, who have so much stuff that if you asked them to do it they’d reply it was too much effort," he said.
I have to confess, I initially thought these were amazing glass sculptures. They're not. They're actually high speed photographs of coloured water, captured in a way to mimic the shape of blooms, leaves and pots. Amazing.
52 Suburbs was one of my favourite blogs, while Louise explored and beautifully photographed one new Sydney suburb a week. So it's fantastic to see that her book launch is coming up soon - I can't wait to buy a copy.
I love that in the Locals and Tourists set, someone has attempted to figure out whether the claim that they are 'tourism maps' is true or not. The blue points on the map are pictures taken by locals (taken over a range of a month or more) and the red points are pictures taken by (apparent) tourists.