June 2019 is time for digital decluttering and a bit of a blog pause.
Back in February 2017, a Priorhouse blog pause post featured 33 leftover “Street Shots” (here). So…. decided to share some street shots for today’s post. Also, It is Sunday and so adding in tree photos that need to leaf, I mean “leave” a dusty folder.
Taking street photography – whether of people – or of trees – or of other things that come our way – is a favorite hobby and so this post is linked to Patti’s Favorite Things lens-artists.
Today’s 21 street shots are numbered so please let me know if you have a fav.
Street shots 1 through 12:
A few lyrics from Everything That’s Good
“Slow dance, as I play the tambourine with my feet as I strum my guitar. And sing…. Oh the heaven that you bring is a helluva light in the dark.
There’s a mystery – that you never leave. There’s a heart – that’s always on your sleeve. There’s a light – that disappears – the longer that we walk down here.
But you still shine
like you should.
You are everything that’s good.”
Sean McConnell is incredible in live performances too- check it out:
Street shots 13 through 21 are in a slideshow:
Now connecting to Becca’s Sunday Trees with TREE ART.
And hope you don’t mind one more slideshow – here are some leftover TREE PHOTOS – (these digital pics are dusty and soon to expire so it feels great to clean out some folders…..ahhhhh)
Hope you are having a nice month of June so far. Thanks for visiting and be back later this month with a “monochrome madness” photo check in.
Photographer Artist Philosopher Labor Location is a purpose anagram of collaboration which seeks to place collaboration in one instance as a labor of photographing or the actions that constitute photgraphing and of course these actions are determined by movement or charm with its reference to the body and bodies which in a changing private public sphere enact an ethical dimension. The second instance of collaboration is the results of photographing which in general will be street photography and the collaboration between photographer and camera. You could say that it is a proccess performance.