Monday, December 6, 2010

Worth a Look (The View From The "Big End") - Vol I Edition 39

OK, here's the deal: I enjoy looking at photographs (I'm a photographer...go figure!), and on a regular basis I'll go wandering through the listings for the Photographers Of Etsy to do just that...look at photographs. I frequent the "Big End" because I want to catch them before they expire, give them another chance at discovery if you will.  Here are just a few of the images I found this week toward the big end of the list that caught my eye.  


(Note:  The "Big End" is what I call the the oldest of the POE listings. To get there, do a search on Etsy under "All Items" for "POE team".  You will get a list of probably somewhere around 400 to 500 listings; the "Big End" is the end of the list with the highest numbers, and these are the ones about to drop off and expire.)

Call - jenniferdennispotter

Los Nevados Door - MatkirschPhoto

Fremont Troll - PhotoGrunt

Flower Maker - henatayeb

I Love Red - malinda61

Tracks - JoannasPhotography

Rest Stop - eddyizm

Guinean Girls - artzyfartzyd

Summer Evening - karencaseysmith

Cadillac Ranch - Squintphotography

Split - lightleaks

Sepia Hydrangeas - theeye


  1. love that image 'split' .... nice job...thanks for including my photo, Steve

  2. great selection.. thanks for including my photograph

  3. Yes Ellen, I'm quite taken with "Split" as well.

  4. You have such a great eye! I love them all. Thanks for including one from me. :)

  5. This is always fun to see -- the ends -- I like the door one, myself, being a lover of door symbolism.

  6. These are an amazing collection. I too love the split image, there is something very daunting and mystical, filled with intrigue about it :) T.

  7. Wow! Good stuff. Thanks for including my work among these great images!
    Sonja/Squint photography

  8. Wow, these are so beautiful! "Call" caught my attention right from the start. Great post!

  9. This is a really strong collection! The hands in "Flower Maker" are lovely and sad. "Split" reminds me of Maholy Nagy's work. Thank you for including my photo, "Call".

  10. Thank you- amazing feature, like always!
    I made sure to share it, so other can check out these amazing photographs!