Old lady & walker

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I think I’ve shot this woman in the past, like a few years back. But it might be someone with the same look, I don’t know. Anyway, I shot this during the Streets Open TO event. Everyone else was wearing short sleeved shirts and pants or shorts, so she stood out for sure. I waited across the street for five minutes until she finally arrived at this spot. I thought the background would work with her dark clothing. I tried cropping it tighter first, so it would be just her and the windows behind her in the photo, but I think I like it better wider, with more activity in the shot. Hope you like it, and happy Sunday.

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3 Responses to Old lady & walker

  1. milkayphoto says:

    The wide shot is perfect and adds so much to this story. The disinterest of the other two figures is telling of the day-to-day strife the elderly (and homeless) go thru right under the noses of those around them. Excellent shot (as usual)! 🙂

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