Posts Tagged Halifax

Street Photography: week thirty-one

“Look for clashing colours – the more lurid the better.” – Bang Byoung-Sang

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Street photography: week thirty

“Remember Robert Capa’s words: “If your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough”” – Andrew Glickman

Leeks

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Pigeons

 

 

 

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Street Photography: week twenty-nine

“Find an ambiguity that lies just below the surface.” Jesse Marlow

On the mark

Stop

Pride

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Street photography: week twenty-eight

“Go somewhere you haven’t been before – a dog show, a polo match, a monster truck rally – and remember, the interesting things often happen at the fringes away from the main ‘action’.” – Paul Russell.

The three images below were all taken on the periphery.

Bag pipes

Mother and son enjoying the Tattoo parade with some ear protection.

From behind

Although not on the periphery of an event, these beach huts on Brighton seaside front have very colourful fronts and are often photographed from the front. They have a different appeal from behind.

Lets talk

I took this photograph while in Cuzco, Peru at a festival during Easter.

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Being brave,…

Last week I completed a 5-day meditation retreat in the city of Halifax, NS. The title of the retreat was “Being Brave and Transforming Our World”

Meditation makes the world more vivid and after the course I found a lot of perceptions jumping out at me. After the retreat, I shot a photograph of a friend drinking wine in the rain on our deck at the back of the house. Without explaining further, the image encapsulated much what I learned at the retreat.

City Retreat

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Street photography: week twenty-seven

“Bend the rules and play tricks with the mind; make documents of moments that have never existed.” – Peter Funch

When these moments occur I find they are full of humour. I really enjoy finding them.

Didn't you know

Glass cars

Legs

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Hands

Charles Flowers on Elliott Erwitt’s Handbook (2003)

“Always include hands, because they are more expressive than the face”

"...as much as 60 percent of all human communication anywhere in the world is non-verbal, being accomplished principally with the hands"

"...we want to touch and be touched, or we wither away and die"

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Street photography: week twenty-four

“Follow the money” – Stephen McLaren

Seller, buyer, tree

Berries

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Street photography: week seventeen

“Take pictures where you’re not comfortable, where you feel exposed, threatened, or morally on the wrong side.” – Mirko Martin

Kids and balls

Children make excellent photographic subjects but I am never at ease when photographing them in public.

Girls

I saw these two girls sleeping together at a train station in London. I really wanted to spend some more time looking for hastily took this shot.

Naked bike

The naked bike ride in my hometown of Halifax, NS

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Street photography: week fifteen

“Wander aimlessly most of the time” Melanie Einzig

If one wanders the streets without any intention in mind, then one begins to see the street.

Shopping cart

…while wandering the streets of Bath, UK

Sunglasses

….while wandering the Public Gardens in Halifax, Canada

Door shadows

…wandering my house on a sunny day

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