City without people








When your favourite ingredient (people) is no longer available you have to find new ways to make street photography. With some of these images I was sort of trying to channel my inner Stephen Shore. Here’s an online description of his style of work: “Stephen Shore is an American photographer known for his images of banal scenes and objects in the United States, and for his pioneering use of color in art photography.” It’s really not my style at all, but I really appreciate the quality of many of his images.

If you’d like to see a book flip of his book, click the link: “Uncommon Shores“.

Anyway, hope y’all are keeping safe and staying home. Hopefully we don’t have too much longer to go before things begin to open up again. Here in Canada our governments are far more concerned with keeping people safe than reigniting the economy too soon, which is a prudent approach, in my opinion.

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