Tag Archives: Puddles

Mind The Puddle

Got out for a good walkabout downtown in the rain today. Noticed this big puddle and parked myself waiting for everything to come together. Cars would drive through the puddle but with no people walking by. People would walk by … Continue reading

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The decisive moment

Since I clearly ripped off Bresson’s work with this photo I figured I might as well rip off his catch phrase for the title. For those unfamiliar with the master of photography, check out this link. He’s one of the … Continue reading

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