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Apps Uncovered 17 March 2019 – The Singularity

Apps Uncovered 17 March 2019 – The Singularity

Selected by Bob Weil This week’s Apps Uncovered presents my selection of images from our Flickr group this week that suggest the arrival of the winter season – those that I found singularly interesting (hence the title), and often (but not always, representing single individuals. Of course, the exception makes the rule. This week’s lead

Petals in Pixels – Apps Uncovered 10 March 2019

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald Petals in Pixels –  With spring in the air, our iPhoneographyCentral Flickr group sprung to life this week with an abundance of flowers and foliage populating the pages so enjoy this gallery of spring glory with a few photos outside the theme that just couldn’t be ignored. Our lead image this

Apps Uncovered 3 March 2019 – Alone-ly

Selected by Bob Weil For this week’s Apps Uncovered, almost every image that caught my eye in our Flickr group seemed to a focus on singularity, isolation and a loneliness implied by darkness or explicit in daylight. There’s something soothing about a moment of “alone time,” but something frightening about isolation reminscent of a scene

Shake, Rattle & Roll – Apps Uncovered 24 February 2019

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald A wonderful coincidence happened today. As I began looking through this week’s images looking for a possible theme, I noticed that many of the images had a certain agitated or blurred look to them and since my other passion, besides art, is music, an inevitable song emerged, this time; “Shake, Rattle

Apps Uncovered 17 February 2019 – Unreal

Apps Uncovered 17 February 2019 – Unreal Selected by Bob Weil This week’s Apps Uncovered presents a selection of what I found to be the most intresting images for the week in our Flickr group, across a wide range of styles and subjects – but with one common theme – a sense of the unreal

Murmurs – Apps Uncovered 10 Feb 2019

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald As I began looking through this week’s images looking for a possible theme, the word “murmurs” emerged as a suitable word that seemed to catch the mood of some of these pieces; from Clint Cline’s seductive abstracts to David Ingraham’s otherworldly figurative, yet still murmuring umbrella piece “When the Rain Comes”,

Apps Uncovered 3 February 2019 – In the Bleak Midwinter

Apps Uncovered 3 February 2019 – In the Bleak Midwinter Selected by Bob Weil This week’s Apps Uncovered represents a collection of images that together seem to reflect the bleakness of midwinter, with or without human presence. Of course, to leaven the experience, I reserve the right to select a few off-theme images, including the

Apps Uncovered – Chilled and Chilling, 27 January 2019

Selected by Nicki Fitz-Gerald Chilled and chilling were the the themes that floated to the surface during this week’s selections, with a crop of images that both feel cold and/or spooky,..to the bone!  Paul Yan’s ghostly and magical Arhats and Sāmaneras image rose to the top of the picks stealing the lead position n this week’s

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