Summer brings beautiful and fascinating images from four
Hyeyoung Kim photographed faces of miniature Bodhisattva
statues outside a remote temple. They have acquired beautiful
imperfections from nature and time, and show expressions
of peace, serenity, and enlightenment.
Lisa Toby’s nature images (pictured above) reside on the
edge of believability. They were captured during the first
and last light of day using a flash, long exposure, and
intentional movement of the camera. This unpredictability
can make for some extraordinary moments.
Yuri Boyko photographed all kinds of corners, which he
characterizes as unusual creatures. They can disappear in
photographs while continuing to exist in the physical world,
or showup in the images while at the same time being
ambivalent to their existence in a real life.
LeRoy Howard captures a feeling of serenity associated with
ruins and sacred places while acknowledging their ongoing
reconstruction. His images of the contemporary scene in
Cambodia are executed in the style of nineteenth-century