Visual Stories

The Week On EyeEm: Volume 34

By Loren Lazic - 3 min read

Our weekly round-up of outstanding content uploaded onto EyeEm, each volume of The Week on EyeEm is unique - echoing certain details, social narratives, and creative techniques shaping our world. This week we are bringing you a thought-provoking curation and commentary from our editor, Loren Lazic.

Visualise an old hard drive of photographs, dug out from the dust. Archaeological artefacts, in hundreds years to come. Sure, we may leave the planet, but pixels never die.

How would you like to be remembered?

Today, there are 7.7 billion (and counting) other people in the world, all striving to make their mark.

The lens gives us that chance.

Four corners and a frame to say:

This is who I am. This is what I think. This is how I feel.

I hope you like what you find, future historians.

“Today everything exists to end in a photograph.”

– Susan Sontag

one person
Low section of man relaxing sand
human body part
Plants seen through glass window
real people
Woman with eyes closed bending by plants
Digital composite image of rock formation in sea against sky during sunset
building exterior
High angle view of chair on grassy land
one person
healthy eating
full length
full length
rear view
Close-up portrait of beautiful woman with shadow
Rock formation in sea against sky at night
Low angle view of woman with long brown hair sitting at home
one person
Smiling woman with eyes closed by curtain and window

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