Another bus with a boy waiting to leave…
as promised in the previous post here’s the third one:
This one I do like most.. which one do you like?
Normally I just make one portrait, this is an exception it is difficult to select which one to keep.
Let me know what you think.
In the next post here another one!
Today no portrait, no people… let’s try something different! To some of my visitors this might be disturbing, for me it is another piece in my visual journey. I see a lot of people during my journey but sometimes some impressions of other subjects interest me.
These doors and the no parking signs in our village I saw at least 1’000 times. Often I had a camera with me, it never worked for me… today they where there, after various billboard signs of local events, some football games they where “ready” for me…
Wonderful signs of decay, soon the building, the doors and the signs will be gone.
For me this is a memory of daily walks in the evening, hope you see something here as well.
Let me know your thoughts…..
Normally I keep some distance from the people I met, sometimes close is better…
Another Priest in a temple:
I am more specialized in portraits of single persons. When I have to do some group it is getting difficult for me. Surprisingly enough I made these four groups within a couple of hours. Indian people in temples are very proud and open for a spontaneous session.
In Chidambaram (India) I met this cool priest: