So i recently took part in a Street Photography walk, and my goodness what fun it was.
I couldn’t believe the enjoyment i got from this experience. From at first not knowing what/where/how to start. Once i started by taking a few images i couldn’t believe the enjoyment that it created inside me. It made me see life on the street through very different eyes.
I was apprehensive to peoples reaction whilst i was taking their photos, whilst trying to be discreet which to them may of looked or felt suspicious. However i never had an issue with any one, everyone just seemed to continue with their life and not pay me a second bit of notice. Which was a perfect result.
I choose to take all of my images in monochromatic as this gives a more gritty and real account of life. Plus it make me as the photographer have to think about the lighting and the shade.
Let me know your opinions and view of my images please?
Sorry i have been very quiet of late, life just seems to be passing by. I don’t know how it can possibly be March 18th already. I will be updating my page more regularly over the next few months i promise.
Sometimes in the busy and chaotic we all live in, we just need time to stop, and enjoy the moments that we surround ourselves in. If we can’t get this time of peace, its time to escape the rat race of the city and head to the coast, for relaxation of a holiday.
I have to admit i am a sucker for falling in love with the sunset every time i see one. This is nothing more pleasant than sitting and just appreciating nature and what mother nature creates for us all over the world every single day.
“Sunsets are proof that no matter what happens every day can end beautifully” – Kristen Butler
Whilst travelling in New England, I had planned an afternoon Whale Watching trip when we was stopping in the town of Gloucester. However as it was very blustery and wet, it was cancelled. This was a huge disappointment, but when learning there was 7ft waves out at sea, I knew where I was glad to be on the solid firm land.
To make the most of the brighter afternoon and our time, we took a taxi to the very quaint and interesting town of Rockport. I was so thankful of this taxi ride out to the town, as it’s charm was something very special. The weather by the time we got there had cleared up perfectly and to capture ‘Motif Number 1’ with such perfect skies and lighting was magical.