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  1. Nicolas Claris

    Snap in the street - Where's the scale?

    The man on the right is "normally" tall, I mean not small… One tall man with two tall dogs...
  2. Tom dinning

    Essex Street

    The corner of Essex and Charlotte Streets in Sydney is typical of any of the old intersections throughout the CBD. The buildings were constructed in the late 1800s to 1950 from the local stone, part of the Hawkesbury basin Sandstone. Solid as a rock as they would say.
  3. Jarmo Juntunen

    Of Ghosts and Ghost Towns

    Rhyolite, Nevada San Fransisco, California
  4. P

    General Store

    In Bahía Solano
  5. P

    Piña

    Street performers negotiating pineapple in downtown Cali.
  6. Asher Kelman

    Street Monochtome/B&W Challenge for a series: Being Human!

    Behavior can be fascinating to observe! Asher Kelman: Lady, it says, walk! iPhone XS Max Comment and add your own! Asher
  7. Asher Kelman

    Challenge for Pictures in a Series: Motif or Concept Ordinary things with a modified layer.

    I have an obsession photographing sidewalks, stains of the roadway, smashed china, debris and anything else that catches my eye. I am looking for the marks of time, use and misuse, patina and decay. It occurred to me that I could create series with a layer with windows to reveal the original...
  8. D

    Rest above, play below

    At a very up-market shopping complex (artificially so), late on a Saturday afternoon, my eye was caught by a group of workers / cleaners that sat on the upper level, juxtaposed by a bottom-level play-arcade for kids, with a very impatient woman in diagonal opposition to the tired workers above...
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