Sunday, August 23, 2009

Subways, trains, museum shots.

The large woman in red, resting, is homeless, I imagine. A couple of subjects are shown multiple times.

I am enjoying exploring with the camera - more motion, less apparent - going mobile. Gunslinger art from the hip. With more control, yet also and greater trust in the accidental, better yet the unknown.

"Like taking photos while hoola-hooping." Thanks for your comments.


Candace X. Moore said...

Some of these images demand a second look. The lone musician; silhouetted figures walking towards the light. Very evocative.

The Artful Eye said...

I like the idea of same subject multiples. Third from bottom,perhaps another subway entertainer reminds me of graffiti, swift and painterly.

Close-up of scattered knees and limbs, fantastic. Also like image perspective of blonde reading pamphlet.

Images 1 and 3 are invisible, no? paranormal?

Happy Sunday!

The Green Stone Woman said...

I love it when there's motion in the photos. It really makes it feel as if you caught them in action and forever froze that moment, which is what photography is all about, but we seem to have forgotten or taken for granted. This is like rediscovering photography before motion pictures. You are a hero in your own time!

Debi said...

Today's group gave me a feeling of community, although I'm sure all these people are utter strangers. (Strangers on a Train -- interesting Hitchcock film, by the way.)

I think what makes them a community is that you communed with them, from the hip.

Mick said...

More fab for the fab-less. May the circle be unbroken.

John said...

Images 1 and 3 are now visible.....sorry.