Don (Streetshooter) and I met online a few years ago while we were frequenting the Serious Compacts website. We had never met face-to-face until today when we scheduled a time to do some street photography while I was in the area for a weekend conference. So here are a few examples of what I saw. (You can see some of Don’s work on his blog.)
The city of brotherly love still celebrates the idea.
Those who know Don’s work will recognize the washed out high key effect here, but he does it better.
It was a lovely day for a family outing, and it is always a good time to feed the birds who neither toil nor spin nor gather into barns.
People and their faces are endlessly interesting. No other animal on earth says quit as much with their face as we humans despite Darwin’s efforts to minimize the distance.
I often wonder what people are talking about when I catch them in conversations with the camera. They are all moments locked and lost in time.
It has been many years since I visited this home of the Liberty Bell and much has changed, including the Bell’s home where tourists were behind the glass as well.
Finally, tired and ready to return to my hotel by train I wait along with another weary traveler.
Thanks for the good morning, Don. There is one more shot from the day on the NikonDf section of this site.
Thanks Dan, it was a good walkabout. A pleasure meeting and chatting with you and I look forward to doing it again.
Thank you, Don. I do hope we get another opportunity. Let me know if you are ever traveling down my way. We could walk Raleigh or Charlotte.
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