street photography series: between shades

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the bright shaded dims that follow the faces of walkers across the alleyways and pebbled paths of the old city of Jerusalem..

waiting for a shade to brighten, to see the eyes of the face gazed against the sunbeams coming through.. wonder how far that warm feeling lasts on those same walkers, or even if that sensation is marginally felt in between the shades to embrace any new day..

Location: Jerusalem
Photography by: Nabil Darwish
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About Nabil Darwish [ ndproductions::digital imaging:: ]

a Marketing Communications / Branding Specialist, a Certified Adobe Partner/Designer, and arts photographer. Along with extensive working experience in the field of Project/Program Management and Coordination, and Marketing Communications, ND also has a Masters of Science in Hospitality Management, a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, both specialising, (from the UK), in Strategic Marketing Communications and Development. Not to also forget, one of only 4 Adobe Service Providers in the country, (Adobe Designer), and Corel Approved Service Bureau Associate (Corel Designer). View all posts by Nabil Darwish [ ndproductions::digital imaging:: ]

2 responses to “street photography series: between shades

  • mikesimagination

    I think good black and white street photography is one of the hardest things to get right.. at the risk of appearing to be a snob I see a lot of mediocre street photography but in my opinion but yours certainly aren’t, I really enjoyed this set – a lot of depth and feeling. They’re brilliant 🙂

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