Wednesday Street Shots (5/6/2020)

Hello Readers, 

Digging into the archives for some street shots. 

 

 

I like the foot placement and the triangles positioning here…

 

 

Photo taken in February 2020 – When I saw this photo later at home (you know, after you take street shots you see more details later) – well everyone is going right while the sign says “one way” to the left. 
linked to pull up a seat….

 

 

All photos from East Coast of US February/March 2020

 

let’s look up now:

and across

 

 

Road Closed – stay home..

find happiness in you own backyard (see comic) 

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24 thoughts on “Wednesday Street Shots (5/6/2020)

  1. I’ve held those business hours for years.
    The yellow seats are cheerful, just empty. The one with the blankets of homeless people almost made me cry. As we face these times having a home seems so important.

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    1. Thanks for your comment – you made me laugh with the business hours – and – yeah – I know what you mean with the homeless – and I hope they never become invisible to me –

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  2. I love the business hours, Yvette. They look a little like mine. Sometimes. 🙂
    Your photos are interesting, especially in that they mostly preceded the lockdown – eeriely so.

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  3. Your creativity has me leaning toward the computer screen. Now what actually falls in a broken sidewalk block?
    I’m still chuckling at the business hours sign.

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    1. Sue, thanks for noting the brick. When I grabbed that photo I was hoping there would be some “theme” via blog world to use it for. Maybe “broken” or “bricks” – and nothing really came up and so today was the ay to share it – and glad you were leaning in- mission accomplished !
      ha
      good day to ya

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  4. Those were great street shots and the foot placement on the triangle and the crane were my favorites … saw some unmasked males in March (or maybe February as you said). You have many homeless folks as do we. That was a great sign at the end … a little ambivalent about the proprietor’s hours?!

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