|Alleyway Buskers: Power and Light by an Old Pickup Truck|
I've riffed before about my love of photography, cameras and vintage lenses. But once again, I will step upon my Blogger soapbox to proclaim my love of street photography. I shoot almost anything that moves and a few things that don't, but street is just a sublime experience.
|Bright Lights and Halos|
|Tales of a Lonely DJ|
Ah, less talk, more photos.
Music, music, music...
|Old Time Music with Gallery|
And here is the scene inside the gallery. The art is being observed.
|Which ones are stuffed?|
This is the scene across from the Leedy-Voulkos gallery; the current center of the Crossroads.
The Fae of the Wildwood specialize in mirth and merriment.
|Really, she is the most mirthful of the bunch. I can't blame her for glaring a the camera.|
|Just Another Faerie|
|Actresses in Character|
The street outside the old Arts Incubator building gets turned into a massive party. Some schmuck in a car didn't quite figure that out and became stuck between a dance party and a board crew taking back the streets.
And here is the Leader of the Pack! Yes, that is a Big Wheel. Best not to ask.
On a perfect summer evening, I can even be entertained by human statue mimes. Really, they were awesome!
Street photography is exhilarating and somewhat exhausting. The thrill of discovery keeps me moving, and moving and moving until the crowds start dying out and the last Lonely DJ loops some really lovely tunage. The next day, I get to remember how many hours I walked in search of the visual buzz. I hope I never actually get too old to enjoy evenings on the streets.
But enough of my musings - bring on the random slices of life... starting with machines gone wild!
And moments of total randomness...
With moments of normalcy - who doesn't love cold treats on a hot summer night?
I can never get enough of reflections. Layers are the best.
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