Tag Archives: portraiture

street photography series: the far closeness

how far can one get close to the expression of their own momentary thought or feeling?
and how far can the closeness of fear bring about the strength to create a change?

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street photography series: lucidity

clarity of expressions exposed in lives walking in a life that is ever so changing daily, and within a lucid city that is far from clear of cracks.

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instinctive

 

a photography series exploring our nature, presence, existence, and unspoken moments. Continue reading


street photography series: angles of a souq

the exploration of experiences is an addiction

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street photography series: stares

stares - 7

gazes to points out of focus to gain clarity..

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street photography series: between shades

between shades - 1

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

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street photography series: subtle turns

subtle turns - 6

subtle turns

 

distinguishing between a turn and a turn on a path isn’t as subtle as one would guess..

composing how our eyes even select a turn cannot always be of a delicate destination to what the true reality wanted can ever be..

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street photography series: 50mm of a night

50mm of a night

50mm of a night

 

millimetres and centimetres count for what we find to count in the day to day relativities we live in..

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street photography series: saturday of lights

saturday of lights

saturday of lights

coming into a field of masses, walking into the old city streets of jerusalem, found myself held between the emotions of moments carried by people that only felt the urge of solitude by a day that only one can feel what it meant..

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street photography series: interludes through lives

interludes through lives

interludes through lives

defining an intervening period of time through a lens can be so ironic, where their moments are not yet done, yet captured to contemplate that essence in time…

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