Capturing Life's Beauty One Photo at a Time
As the snow begins to flurry, a man waits on the desolate street with his belongings nearby.
nice one Brian.
Penny, thank you.
What a beautiful photograph.
Thanks very much, Seekraz.
You’re very welcome, Brian…really beautiful….
It’s those streaks of snow that make this especially poignant.
Yes, I agree, Melinda. Thank you.
Great story teller.
Thank you, Charis.
I like it, as I do like ‘the classicism’, cannot find the exact word…:) of black and white photography…remind me a long time ago, the hours spent in a darkroom….lot of trouble but lot of fun too…:)
Black and white photography can be very effective and powerful. Thank you for the comment.
Congratulations – it gives me the greatest pleasure to nominate you for the Leibster Award
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Alex, I appreciate the nomination! Thanks so much.
Brian, this is what photography is all about! Bravo…
Thanks so much, Michael!
This is you and I in a world of immense wealth. Thanks for sharing!
It’s often a sad world.
Reality Photo. Done in black and white gives the photo a bit of drama. Thank you for sharing.
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
Francine, thank you.
life is hard and gets harder day by day
So true. Thanks for the comment.
This is great!!!! I love your stranger photos! Where is this? Looks like Chicago but I guess it really could be any city. Part of the image’s mystique. Thank you for sharing such a wonderful photo
Hi Polly, I appreciate the comment. For preserving mystique purposes, as you mentioned, we’ll call the locale the “city.”
It’s dark, desolate, lonesome. Great shot Brian
Hi Lucianus, thank you for the comment!
My pleasure Brian. Your photography sure stirs up emotions, unless it’s about flowers.
Appreciate your brutal honesty.
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