Through a post in "O Manancial da Noite", I discovered the website of photographer Edmund Leveckis, where he shows us his vision of his city. "New York in black & white, dark, pasty and grainy", says Tiago in his post - and he's absolutely right. I will definitely spend some time browsing through this website.
Among other galleries, Mark-Steffen Göwecke's website shows us an interesting set of panoramic photographs taken with a Horizon 202. Other of Mark-Steffen's curious projects is his polaroid gallery, in which each photo serves as the basis for the next one, in a big game of self-quotation.
On his personal website, Walter Pickering shows three photographic galleries - "Town Lake", which documents the "stretch of the Colorado River that runs through downtown Austin, Texas called Town Lake"; "Musicians", an impressive set of portraits of several musicians with their instruments, with a perfect use of selective focus; and "Mouse", a curious essay on a man "who wears a mouse head all day long"... Walter is also responsible for BeyondMonochrome, a weblog that deserves a detailed visit.
The photo archive of the French Ministry of Culture and Communication. On this website it is possible to browse through a very interesting collection of historical photographs, not only of France (which is naturally the country with the greatest number of images), but also from several other countries in the world - including Portugal.