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Lunch Special

It does sound good

I Suspect They’re a Bronco Fan

I did not watch the Super Bowl, just not that interested in it. However, Colorado does have a few Bronco fans as you can tell in the above sign. As, I rode the bus yesterday I could not believe how many orange and blue clothing people owned. Enjoy your week.

Posted in Cityscapes/Urban

Today's Special

Today’s Special

The sun is shinning this morning! Clouds moved in on Friday and snow began that night and continued until Sunday night. I scrapped off a half inch of ice with 6 inches of snow on top of that. Temperature dropped into the single digits during the night and will be cold today and tonight. They say more later in the week for us. The sign seemed appropriate for the day.

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Make Sure to Read the Sign

No Parking

No Parking

Posted in Documentary/Street

Retirement Work

Another Sign

Another Sign

I never thought of this but maybe it could be a part time job in retirement. 🙂

Nah! I have more important things to do.

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He’s Smiling

I think he has a good message to start the week!

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Walking the Streets

Walking the Streets

I only know how to approach a place by walking. For what does a street photographer do but walk and watch and wait and talk, and then watch and wait some more, trying to remain confident that the unexpected, the unknown, or the secret heart of the known awaits just around the corner. – Alex Webb

I did not wait long for this man to walk into the scene, it just took on its own life. I was drawn to the sign and boarded up windows. He just happened to walk into the frame as I raised my camera. If I’d not been ready, this scene would not exist. One  of the traits a street photographer needs.

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Simple Subjects

Handicap Sign

“I am not very interested in extraordinary angles. They can be effective on certain occasions, but I do not feel the necessity for them in my own work. Indeed, I feel the simplest approach can often be most effective. A subject placed squarely in the centre of the frame, if attention is not distracted from it by fussy surroundings, has a simple dignity which makes it all the more impressive.” – Bill Brandt

Photography has helped me to visually see the world around me and with the camera in my hand I want to show you the simple things I see. And, sorry it’s not squarely in the center.

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