Neighborhood Treasure offers a peek into communities around the world through large-format captioned photos taken on the street and in local haunts.
The collection is featured on Pictory, an online magazine of sorts founded by Laura Brunow Miner as a way for global citizens to document their experiences and cultures in a collective format. The Neighborhood Treasures are diverse, ranging from a vegan coffee shop in San Francisco to a water tower in Alabama to an urban dock in Baltimore.
Click through below for a gallery of images from the site.
“Towering Over” (Greensboro, Alabama) by Brian Jones
“Chinatown” (Toronto), by Jalani Morgan
“Love Shack” (Estelline, Texas) by Wade Griffith
“Lived In” (Bulgaria) by Teddy Zareva
“Common Ground” (London) by James Kerr
“Cafe Culture” (Austin, Texas) by Aimee Wenske
“Ancient Oak” (Charleston, SC) by Zakiya Middleton
“Lee Harvey” (Dallas, Texas) by Tyler Sharp