There’s a diner on Charles Street that in warm weather often opens it’s front window. Since I walk by there a lot, often there is a photo opportunity at the table nearest the street. Most of the time I don’t disturb the customers. This time, no.
In any group there’s always seems to be someone who’s more aware of their surroundings. (see above) I’m not sure whether it’s intellect or a particular kind of emotional stability but the standing kid has it.
In keeping with my current emphasis on still images, this one was taken inside a wonderful Moroccan shop in Petaluma, California called “bay-ti”. It consists of nothing but an antique bowl and some dried vegetation. I think their combination is quite beautiful.
It’s the rectangles. They’re everywhere! Not only that but there’s a crowd of people in this photograph, including me in the upper right corner.
There’s a nice cafe where we often go to for a mid-morning snack. Today I couldn’t help noticing these two guys hunched over completely engrossed in their own thoughts. My little Ricoh GR was able to take a quick photo of each of them as we were walking out.
Do NOT mess with me!
Christmas is a sad season for many. I rode up in an elevator with this man at the Park Street subway station and he just looked lost in sad thoughts.
She looks so fearful but of what?
The arrangement of the figures in this photograph is one of those lucky accidents that street photographers hope for.
I loved it that this couple was totally unaware of anything but themselves. You could have set a bomb off next to them and they wouldn’t have heard it.