We'll start with an interesting project by freelance photographer Ed Wray who while living in Jakarta, Indonesia came across masked monkeys and was intrigued by the cruel practise of the masked monkeys and captured an interesting series of images which was published in TIME magazine.
We were also intrigued by these series of images by Dane Shitagi of urban ballerinas. Simple but beautiful, these portraits capture the elegance of dance in urban enviroments.
Next up is a treat for football (soccer) fans - we stumbled across this excellent repository of archived football images from the past at The Football Archivist which has a wonderful collection of football photographs from the past. It's refreshing to take them in especially considering that they are of a time when there were no fancy remote cameras and super fast long lenses.
Finally, we thought this photoessay documenting Hiroshima in the aftermath of the nuclear attack for a survey was interesting for its visual depiction of the horrible and gruesome effects of the atom bomb and the eerie quiet evident in the streets of Hiroshima just after the bomb was dropped.