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
A Blog about Music and Popular Culture
The world around through my camera's lens
"Shootin' from the Hip Photography Tips"
travel junkie & horse lover
BY GRACE THROUGH FAITH
thoughts on innovation, startups, photography and bourbon since 2007
I make photographs and poems to please myself (and share them to please you).
Natural, rural and urban images
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Exploring open roads without breaking the bank
Expeditions - explorations - adventures
'Why be reliant upon secular media sources, literary works penned by atheists, and embittered hearsay to inform your views on religiosity, or worse still to bring about the lack thereof, isn't that as sensible as asking directions to KFC from Ronald McDonald?' ―T. C. M
What I've always wanted
explore everything, evolve often
Jamaican Author & Entrepreneur
He started Writing, The paper started speaking...
L'occhio ritaglia il soggetto, e l'apparecchio deve solo fare il suo lavoro, che consiste nell'imprimere sulla pellicola la decisione dell'occhio
Traveler & photographer with a passion for everything
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Peter Joseph Singhatey - "Just Love Flying"
GROUND OR AIR THERE IS NO STOPPING FOR US