Honored to be published in International Street Photographer (ISP) Jan/Feb 2015 issue under the theme “Windows”. Out now.
Tag Archives: Surveillance
Winner in 7th Annual International Color Awards
Just stumbled onto the knowledge I was chosen (back in May) as “3rd Place – Honor of Distinction” in the 7th Annual International Color Awards “People Category” with the following image of the famous San Francisco Twins. Also discovered I received 4 nominations in “Still Life” and 4 more nominations in “Americana”. Not bad for never getting the original notification…check out all the winners & nominations in the gallery or download The Journal pdf.
“The 7th Annual awards received 7,416 entries from 79 countries and honored 274 title awards and 864 nominees at the Nomination & Winners Photoshow webcast Saturday, May 3, 2014. “
James Dean Observatory
ASMPNY Image 12 and Leopard Ladies
My Leopard Ladies image (below in the posts) has been chosen and is part of ASMPNY’s Image 12 show in NYC. See all winning entries here.
rangefound dot tumblr
New tumblr blog for rangefound: rangefound.tumblr.com. This is the mobile expression of this site (which is the photojournal expression of mvlimbert.com). Enjoy.
Morgan Freeman, Bird Feeder
Early morning in front of Grauman’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood, a pigeon drinks water and eats bread crumbs from the tender cement prints of Morgan Freeman, Bird Feeder. Part of my Hollywood 2012 series at mvlimbert.com.
Give Me Liberty…Or Just The 1%
“Occupy Ann Arbor” is setting up shoppe in the aptly-named Liberty Plaza in Ann Arbor, MI. Let’s read some of the advertisements they have on display: “6PM Sign Making & Protest Songs”; “Power To The People”; and something about “Stop Spoiling Our Environment”.
Now, let us view the scene (click to enlarge):
Here Comes “The Sun”, Issue 431
Back from Chicago’s Black Cloud Gallery and the Beginnings exhibition opening with my flag photo (thanks all, wonderful time) and I find a packet in the mail of The Sun Magazine copies (thanks Sun!) with a photo of mine inside. Sent it a couple years ago, a familiar sight in Santa Monica for anyone who has spent months of their life there. November 2011 issue, page 28.
Scorned on the 4th of July
A couple images of abandonment, not in architecture, but humanity. Downtown Detroit at a July 4th celebration years ago…