Sideline Shot

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CN Caboose - Edmonton, Alberta

CN Caboose – Edmonton, Alberta

City of Edmonton Skyline

City of Edmonton Skyline

Cab & Chassis - Sangudo, Alberta

Cab & Chassis – Sangudo, Alberta

Barn - Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta

Barn – Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta

Sometimes a fence, sometimes physical distance, sometimes a line to be respected and not crossed – in each case a barrier stands between the subject and your camera. When you cannot interact directly with your photo’s subject, you shoot from the sidelines … and can still get the shot. You see the situation for what it is and work with what ‘is’. Each of these photos were shot from the sidelines – the CN caboose, the Fort Saskatchewan barn, the city of Edmonton Skyline and the windshields of the truck cabs.

Listening to – Ben E. King’s ‘Stand by Me’ and Toby Keith’s ‘Red Solo Cup.’

Quote to Inspire – “All the technique in the world doesn’t compensate for the inability to notice.” – Elliott Erwitt

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