Amazing. And overwhelming.

This is what I thought when I began looking at the submissions for this week's Photostream. There were so many amazing images. I could have easily made four or five solid groupings. So, as I have written before, if your image does not get selected, please resubmit because I probably loved it.

In the end, I found a thread in the images that I could not resist. Motion and Emergence. The idea of things emerging from or, rather, into what they are. It isn't so much as a moving forward as it is just moving closer to what one is. A bicycle from a bicycle's perspective. Birds as harbingers and humans as birds. A perspective warped by either the wind or the medium. 

Thank you all as always and I wish a pleasant and peaceful week filled with good light to each and every one of you.  


Every week the FSC features an article with a Curated Photostream that is open to all.  You may only submit one (1) photo and it *must* be a jpeg file and no larger than 20 MB. Please title the file "Title_Camera_Film_YourName.jpg" so that we may properly credit you if your photo is selected. Remember to check our Submit page to see all currently open photostreams. 

Next week will be curated by Marc Nagainis and he is looking for images on or about the theme "Rebirth". Our spring is coming around in my part of the world.  With it comes rebirth and rejuvenation.  Lets see how you interpret this and what you got. Do your worst. Submit your image here.

My next curation is May 14 and the theme is Black and White. You may submit your image here.   


Film photographer Ruby Berry is based in the USA. You can see more of her work here or follow her on Instagram.