French documentary photographer Lucas Barioulet (@lucasbarioulet) explores different aspects of the unknown in his photo essay "Mauritania, a closed desert". This image, captured with the Leica Q, depicts a man walking through the Ibn Abbas Mosque in Nouakchott. Hit the bio link to discover the Leica Q for yourself.
Ekaterina Mishchenkova (@katia_mi_) visited County Antrim, Northern Ireland to shoot an avenue of beech trees along Bregagh Road known as The Dark Hedges. The trees form a tunnel that has been used as a location in Game of Thrones, which has resulted in the avenue becoming a popular tourist attraction. Which or these three edits, shot with the Leica S, is your favorite?
German street photographer Siegfried Hansen (@siegfried_hansen) has a great eye for capturing the lighter, mischievous side of life. This bizarre visual coincidence was shot on Italy's Amalfi coast with the Leica Q. Find out more about the Leica Q via the bio link.
With a 47 megapixel sensor, weather sealing and a 3.86 megapixel electronic viewfinder, the Leica Q2 has you covered in all situations. Find out more about the next generation Leica Q via the bio link.
A group of boys play with an old football on a beach in Bali, Indonesia. This shot was captured by Jonshe (@jon.she) while out on a sunset stroll with his Leica Q-P. Find out more about the Leica Q-P via the link in our bio.
Mitre Peak is an iconic mountain on the South Island of New Zealand. This imposing elevation is located on the shore of Milford Sound and ranks as one of the most photographed peaks in the country. This shot was captured by Pravin Tamang (@pravin_tamang) with the Leica M9-P and a 28mm Elmarit lens. Which places of natural beauty are on your photo bucket list?
Luis Cobelo (@churrito) has created a magical world of imagery inspired by the Gabriel Garcia Marquez novel "One Hundred Years of Solitude". He invites the viewer into a small village somewhere in Latin America, where monkeys predict the future and chickens lay golden eggs. Get the full story at the Leica Blog. (Link in bio)