I couldn’t hear what they were talking about, but I’m assuming it was bikes… http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_prompt/head-turners/
I accidentally came across these people who were fighting, viking style. I asked them if it was role play or sports, they said it was a sport. Check out some more Monochrome Madness: http://leannecolephotography.com/2014/08/20/mm25-monochrome-madness-25/
I shot some street portraits of these wonderful officers on my last visit to Jerusalem. I was passing by and asked them if I could take their photos, they both agreed and I shot 5-6 shots. These are the two best ones, which I’ve turned into black & white for Leanne & Laura’s «Monochrome Madness»…
If you want to see more street photography from Israel, check out my post «Street Gallery – August 2013 – Part 1» or have a look at WordPress: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/03/28/street-life/
«Reflect: to consider where we’ve been in life, where we are now, and where we’re going. [...] This week , in a post created specifically for this challenge, show us an image that says reflection. It could be a person who helps you see things clearly, a place you go to collect your thoughts, or an object that…
This was my entry for Leanne & Laura’s «Monochrome Madness» challenge. You can see the other entries here: leannecolephotography.com/2014/03/19/monochrome-madness-challenge-3/
Check out more Black & White Photos in Paula’s post: bopaula.wordpress.com/2014/03/16/black-and-white-sunday-a-statue/
My blogger friend Paula suggested that I should make a post with my best photos of 2013 – one for each month. I found it difficult to pick out the best photos of the ones I posted in 2013, but I gave it a go. Some of the months were easy, because I didn’t have that…
Here are some bank slaves that are waiting for the train. This is an entry to Paula’s Thursday Special. Check it out here: http://bopaula.wordpress.com/2013/10/16/thursdays-special-sparkling-beauty/
Here’s part II of my Street Photo Gallery from Israel. Most of these photos were shot in Jerusalem.
When my blog was celebrating 2 years a few posts ago, I promised my readers a little insight into my Street Photography Project that I’ve been having in August. It’s been a part of a project through the Norwegian photo website Akam.no. I ended up with a lot of photos and eventually I had to…
Here’s a small preview of what’s to come in my August Street Photo Gallery. I captured this guy as he was sleeping his way through the narrow streets in the old city of Jerusalem. The Depth of Field isn’t extremely shallow, but still shallow enough to lead the eyes to the boy and the two…
I’m having a street photography project going on this month. Here’s one of the results so far:
Went for a photo walk today.
Busy days, so I’ll post this draft that has been waiting to be published: This has been part 18-21 of my series “Street photos from Israel”. If you have missed out on the previous shots, you’ll find them here: Related articles Street photo from Israel 01 (cardinalguzman.wordpress.com) Street photo from Israel 02 (cardinalguzman.wordpress.com) Street photo…
Sharon, this one’s for you: Related posts: Everyday Life: Rainy Day Another Rainy Day
Rain, rain, rain. “It will rain all this night and we will sleep transfixed by the dark water as our blood runs through our fragile life.” ― Charles Bukowski These are shot with my old Canon EOS 300D camera. Still can’t get enough? Here’s more rain: Everyday Life: Rainy Day It keeps pouring down
Just to clear things up immediately: the woman on this photo is not not my wife. She’s some random woman I met while I was on a stroll downtown. She’s obviously a fine specimen, something which of course intrigued me, so I asked if I could take her picture. She said ‘yes’ and I clicked…
10 photos from Jerusalem. Previous posts about Jerusalem: Black Jesus from Nazareth Early morning Jerusalem photos A girl at the market Kids playing football in Jerusalem Wailing Wall Weekly Photo Challenge: Wrong Jerusalem street-photography Back to the drawing board
Here’s some more graffiti in my series named “Tel Aviv Street Art”:
“Those faces you see every day on the streets were not created entirely without hope: be kind to them: like you they have not escaped.” ― Charles Bukowski, The People Look Like Flowers at Last
This is the sequel of the post Tel Aviv Street Art 01, which was a bunch of graffiti from the Yafo area in Tel Aviv. Here’s more graffiti from Tel Aviv, but this is from an area near Rothschild.
I know that most of you like graffiti. In Tel Aviv there are lots of it. Most of these are shot near Yafo.
Decided to throw six images into one “Street Photo from Israel” post. Like the previous, these ones are also shot in Tel Aviv – just random street photos to test the camera.