Today I bring you to the Orlando airport for my B & W photo for Day 2 of the 5 day challenge.
A view from the window on the elevated tram system.
For part 2 of my Florida sharing — to keep things simple — I will just share some photos I grabbed as I walked around the Orlando airport
I was early for my straight through flight – so it was nice to not feel rushed.
When it comes to photographing people – I think there are three ways to take “people shots” -(please let me know if there are more)
1. You can ask permission and get a few poses with consent.
2. You can NOT ask permission and then just take different shots at different angles — without consent.
3. You can take some very fast photos – just click as you go along – and see what unfolds.
In today’s post, most of the pictures were taken with option #3 – I clicked along as I rode the tram and strolled to the gate.
The weekly photo challenge is the color orange this week – and so here are some pics that connect to orange:
Have you ever heard of Text Neck? Check out this article here for some info about how chiropractor Dean Fishman, from Plantation, Florida- changed the name of his practice to the Text Neck Institute – and I guess two ways to prevent neck damage is to hold your phone at eye level or prop it up while viewing so you can view with better posture.
Yesterday we saw the wooden airport benches – and today we have metal ones.
The blogger I invite to the B & W challenge is Mahesh (here) because his comment about the airport yesterday actually led to this post today.
Thanks for joining me in this post – and see you later in the week because I have 3 more B & W posts for this 5 day challenge. I also plan on combining those posts with more Florida pictures.
So…. I have 3 more Florida posts coming….
Not sure if you have ever heard of YBOR CITY in the Tampa area, but that is where I will bring you in my next post later this week – with cigars, umbrellas, and some of my favorite street photos to date!
Hope you have a nice hump day.
And if you are interested in the “art and history” of street photography – you might want to check out the cool series from from María y Bill here