Photo by myself in Midtown, around 34th Street and Sixth Avenue.
Yet another candid photo showing the crowds in this busy neighborhood. I can't get enough of the characters you find in this highly-trafficked area.
Here's a tantalizing offer for photobloggers and non-photobloggers alike: document your life in 24 frames with a disposable camera. Have your photos exhibited alongside those of 999 other photographers from all over the world.
How so, you ask?
A Million Little Pictures is sending out 1,000 cameras this summer. An exhibit will take place in September in Atlanta, Georgia. Another exhibit will take place in the city with the most participants. (At this writing, California is in the lead, followed by New York).
This isn't the first time this organization has done something on a grand scale. Nay.
The same group is gathering 10,000 artistic interpretations of a word (what lucky word, I'm not sure). In another project, artists swap 20 prints of their artwork for 20 random prints from other artists.
Take care, these project aren't free. But what is, these days? In return, you get to participate in a communal art project.
Click here to participate in A Million Little Pictures. Deadline to enter is July 1st.
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