We have a myriad set of photo stories and essays in this month's round up.
We'll start with a fascinating and somewhat disturbing photoessay by Donald Weber who took 5 years to get access to an interrogation room in Ukraine where he aimed to capture the moment when the accused men and women come to realise the enormity of the power that their interrogators wield over their fate.
Next up is an intriguing process and technique employed by German photographer, Peter Langehahn termed a "collective scene" where he photographs numerous scenes from the same event and then meticulously puts them together to create a large scale panorama where each action/subject has been carefully overlayed.
We were also very impressed with the efforts of Japanese photographer, Natsumi Hayashi who has been posting a series of self portrait images almost on a daily basis but they're certainly not your average run of the mill self portraits since she is levitating in them. They are beautifully executed and the fact that she posts daily images is very impressive.
Have a look at her website where she posts images of herself levitating daily here.
Last, since Wimbledon's coming to a close, we thought we'd share this excellent compilation of glorious images dating back to 1933. Fantastic to see the all white uniforms and grace of the tennis players and crowds which is in stark contrast to the pace and power of today's game.
Enjoy your summer, folks!