Street Photography

Reflection

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Some days you need to look a little deeper to find something interesting.


Reflections of the Past

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I hope my fondness for reflections is shared.


A Particular Glance

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We’ve all been there before, even if it was only in our dreams.


Big Smile

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A big smile – exit stage right.


It’s Always Greener on the Other Side

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Sometimes we have to take things as they come, hoping for greener pastures ahead.


Flowing

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The curtains caught my eye, in an otherwise mundane scene.


Too Close

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This is probably not how we wanted our cities to grow.


Without Poetry

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Pacific none the less.


Lamp Post

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This reflection is probably the only way I can think of making a lamp post look good.


A Ray of Lightb

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It was the light that attracted me to this scene.


Odd Couple

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Out for trash after a generation of hard times in a restaurant.

 


Lonely and Abandoned

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Good chairs are lived in and hard to part with.


Clothesline

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I can be excused for at first thinking this was a clothesline. Still interesting art.


Angel

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You never know what you will find in the garden.


Wonder Has Many Forms (Two Photographs)

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This was a take on a wall mural on corrugated metal. I was not sure if the colour or black and white worked best. In the end I decided the differences were so great that they are two different photographs.


Shadows Make Good

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This widget usually holds a hose. The shadows make the picture. Hose notwithstanding.


Shadows

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It’s often the off-kilter shadow that catches the eye, that makes things real.


Props (Two Photographs)

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Without props what would we be, some more evident than others, truth be told most of us have more than one, they reassure.


On the Edge of a Curb

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Are the shoes waiting in anticipation? Is it a game, a work of art, a matter of abandonment or a statement about being barefooted?


Showpiece

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One way to make your garage stand out.


Incoherence

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Incoherence is an interesting phenomenon. There are four possible reactions: to walk away, to try and understand, to excuse it for what it is, or to get angry.


Imagination (Two Photographs)

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There are two words that trigger imagination if not investigation – why and what. Making people stop and think is one way of engaging an audience.


Faces

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Seeing a lot of faces lately, socially distanced of course.


Hail Fellow, Well Met

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Not a common sight.