Photograph by Natalie Eccleshall
Make a note! Put the date in your diary! Set your alarm clocks!
The next global 4am Project date is just around the corner. Join other photographers from around the world on 17th October and take part in buiding a global picture 4am.
If you are new to the project you may be wondering WHO gets up at 4am to take photographs!
There are as many reasons that people take part as there are participants….
From those that like a challenge, to those that want to relish some solitude. From those that love being part of a world wide community collaboration to those that wish to improve on their photography skills. The 4am Project inspires people to take a look at familiar surrounding at a different time of day and to capture what they see.
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Keep up to date with inspiring 4am photos from around the world, and all the 4am Project news by subscribing to the RSS feed, following on twitter and facebook and you can join the 4am Project flickr group too!
How much thought do we give to the world around us during the wee small hours?
As most of us slumber there are other who are working the night shift, or the graveyard shift as some call it.
Industry doesn’t stop because of darkness. It grinds on regardless.
These wonderful factory photographs from Peter Strunks in Hembrug, North Holland, depict another world at 4am. With shift workers awake during the night and sleeping through the daylight, it really is another world.
Remember to put 17th October in your diary for the next global 4am Project date!