Friday, February 16, 2024

Courage mes amis ! (Weekend Street/Reflections # 160)


 Lyon, France

Two men having a lively discussion in front of the statue du Sergent Blandan in Place Sathonay.

                                           Have a great 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, February 9, 2024

La lectrice (Weekend Street/Reflections # 159)


 Dijon, France

A rare sighting of someone reading something that's not on a smartphone or computer.😉

                                             Have a great 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, February 2, 2024

405 bottles of beer on the wall? (Weekend Street/Reflections # 158)

 

Lyon, France

This is a reflection of a lively rugby bar in Lyon. I didn't go in, but if I had, I probably would have gone upstairs because it seemed quieter and more peaceful. In case you were wondering the black blur in the bottom left corner is my camera reflected.😏

                                            Have a great 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."