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Coffee Cart, 23rd Street

Coffee Cart, 23rd Street



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Date: Sun January 15, 2012
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angela taylor
This is great street photography at its best ,well done. Angela
love your self
#1 Sun January 15, 2012 7:42pm

You are way too generous, Angela! Thanks. Taken right outside of my workplace, the Veterans Hospital. Decided to take a picture rather than get my morning coffee.
#2 Sun January 15, 2012 7:46pm

angela taylor
I'm glad you missed your coffee.it's been my pleasure,I have enjoyed your shots. Angela
love your self
#3 Sun January 15, 2012 8:13pm

Good shot.
#4 Sun January 15, 2012 11:40pm

Thank you much.
#5 Mon January 16, 2012 4:06am

Agree with Angela. Great street photography. A candid where one knows what is going on without seeing the actual event. Faceless, too. Love the mono.
#6 Mon January 16, 2012 4:53am

Barry John
I'm a bit behind looking through the gallery. I agree with Angela too; a great set of street portraits that really inspires me to want to try this style of images a go sometime soon. This is my favourite of the batch. It also shows that braving the so called 'bad weather', can produce images that can be far better than those taken in the sun.

I'm guessing you're happy with your X100. My eyes widened when I heard Fuji were doing a higher end fixed lens camera. But you can't argue with the quality of scene production, even at high ISO.
#7 Wed January 18, 2012 1:16pm

Thank you, Bob and thanks Barry. I have no choice but to live with the X100. If I win the lottery, I'll go for the new interchangeable lens Fuji. For this weather, I wrap the Fuji in a thin plastic bag with only the lens protruding, and put a skylight filter on the lens. A tight rubberband around the lens (hopefully) seals out moisture.
#8 Mon January 23, 2012 8:46pm

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