The 24HourProject, an amazing street photo experience all around the world
On March 23th, 2013, 65+ street photographers in 35+ cities and 5 continents plus other 245+ guest participants shared the human aspect of their city story with 1 photo per hour for 24 hours.
This year’s theme was Ethni[city].
This is a powerful, communal marathon utilizing the power of social networking showcasing the best in street photography from around the world. The project began in the winter of 2011. The mission of the project is to show through both real time photos as the event unfolds and allowing an artist to review their work to show their best pictures captured of the city the photographer lives in with the world we all share – one hour at a time.
Learn more about the project. See more beautiful photos from around the world during those 24 hours. Support by spreading the word, if you’re on a mobile photography network — Instagram or EyeEm or Backspaces —, follow both @24hourproject (website, Twitter feed, FaceBook page) and @wearejuxt (website) for more information.
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