Friday, January 27, 2023

La ragnatela (Weekend Street/Reflections # 105)


 Rome, Italy

This doorway reminded me of a spiderweb. Ragnatela is the Italian word for spiderweb.

Have a good weekend!

Now you can link reflections and/or street photography. 

Please no posed pictures, portraits, animals, etc. unless there is a reflection. 

Click here for street photography examples and inspiration.

"Street photography is a genre of photography that records everyday life in a public place. The very publicness of the setting enables the photographer to take candid pictures of strangers, often without their knowledge."

Friday, January 20, 2023

Making a list (Weekend Street/Reflections # 104)


 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

I guess this would be considered a "hip shot". It was a spur-of-the-moment click. The camera was hanging on a strap around my neck, I stopped, pressed the button, and continued walking.

Have a good weekend!

Now you can link reflections and/or street photography. 

Please no posed pictures, portraits, animals, etc. unless there is a reflection. 

Click here for street photography examples and inspiration.

"Street photography is a genre of photography that records everyday life in a public place. The very publicness of the setting enables the photographer to take candid pictures of strangers, often without their knowledge."


Friday, January 13, 2023

Checking her email? (Weekend Street/Reflections # 103)


 Florence, Italy 

Cloudia's answer is correct!😄

The people in the photo were looking at The Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore.

A couple of weeks ago I posted a picture of a crowd of people engaged in conversations, except for one woman who was looking up. This week we have a group of people looking up while two women are looking down. 

Have a good weekend!

Now you can link reflections and/or street photography. 

Please no posed pictures, portraits, animals, etc. unless there is a reflection. 

Click here for street photography examples and inspiration.

"Street photography is a genre of photography that records everyday life in a public place. The very publicness of the setting enables the photographer to take candid pictures of strangers, often without their knowledge."