The right time, the right place, as they say. Case in point, these seven photographers who each managed to successfully capture and freeze a unique moment in time. A stunning black and white, snowy landscape and a pristine, red canary are just a few selects found on the Dwell Pinterest board, Photography.
NY-based photographer Lee Towndrow shot artist and musician Steve Kado hiding behind a white, scalloped curtain. Via Lee Towndrow. (Pin)
The money shot! This black and white photo of a man feeding a flock of avians in wintery Kraków, catapulted Polish photographer, Marcin Ryczek, into an overnight online star. Via Marcin Ryczek Fotografia. (Pin)
To complete The Incomplete Dictionary of Show Birds series, British photographer Luke Stephenson had to enter the close-knit world of dedicated bird breeders. The subject matters' beauty, in all of its variations and colors, gracefully perch against a simple backdrop. Seen here: Red Canary #1. Via Luke Stephenson. (Pin)
Whilst on his honeymoon vacation, photographer Peter Baker decidedly snapped this photo of visitors relaxing at the famous Blue Lagoon geothermal spa in Iceland. Via Peter Baker. (Pin)
The late, prolific Japanese-American artist and landscape architect Isamu Noguchi was the subject of photographer Richard Schulman's last black and white photo. Says Schulman, "We were like water and oil in his studio, but when it came time for him to choose from thousands of images for a mini Pace Gallery retrospective, he chose this image. One of my proudest moments." See more of Schulman's photos here. (Pin)
Canadian photographer Todd McLellan disassembled, masterly rearranged, and then shot the parts of a Pentax Spotmatic F camera against a neutral, gray backdrop. All for the love of photography. Via Things Organized Neatly. (Pin)