Tag Archives: street portrait

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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street photography series: seated

crossing faces and street life, the seated watch passers by.

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street photography series: balanced moments

from stares to side walk moments,

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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: faced

faced - 1

the sides of images, what is seen, what is looked at, and what is simply just looked through..

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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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