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Sony Nex-5 with Sony SEL1855

  

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Das ist die Brücke des St. James Einkaufszentrums in der Leith Street

This is the bridge of the St James Shopping Centre in Leith Street

  

Hauptstadt von Schottland (Capital of Scotland)

Schottland (Scotland)

Vereinigtes Königreich (United Kingdom)

Mai (may) 2012

 

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Dubrovnik, Croatia | 2014.

 

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A look down 4th avenue and the home of the world champion Seattle Seahawks!!!

still waiting for ...

for nothing ...

還在等

只是

不知道還在等什麼

The above image was taken late in December 2013 for the Welshot Imaging monthly facebook challenge under the theme “The Weather”. I shot this during a wet and windy day in Chester trying to do some street photography style images. For some of these images, the crop (of a 1:2.7) was intentional as this is the ratio of the facebook timeline photo.

A shot I took last year that I've edited using Topaz Adjust. This shows Hope Street looking towards the Metropolitan Cathedral. Many of the buildings on Hope Street are fine examples of Georgian Architecture

One that I wasnt going to upload due to the light, but in a sense it is very english being overcast, and the colours really help the scene.

 

This was actually a capture required as a background for a poster, but I ended up liking it so much it has also gone to print and looks fantastic on paper.

Aufgenommen in Lüneburg, bearbeitet mit den Filtern "Dream Smoothing" und "Rodilius", aus dem Gimp Plug-in "G`MIC".

Taken from the same laneway as previous post.

Processed to look grungy!!

(You will get the best coffee in Melbourne in this, one of my favourite spots)

 

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It’s been a while since I’ve done any real kind of street photography so a day out with the Welshot bunch and Mark Scholey wasn’t to be missed. The day was very different for me (and a little terrifying) as one of the challenges was to interact and take a portrait of a complete stranger. The first time I tried it, it was a nightmare but it really was surprising how friendly and open the majority of people are into having their photos taken by a complete stranger.

 

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At the end of the day we even had 20 minutes spare to walk around Afflecks, a place I’ve not been into for around 25 years. For more information about Afflecks see their site:

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Start of the Blue Hour in DTLA. Downtown, Los Angeles. Light Trails, Long Exposure.

Mornings are harder for some than others...

 

Seen at Norrköping, Sweden, February 7, 2008

 

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Broad Street looking south towards City Hall, Philadelphia PA

 

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Wide angle shot along Church Street in Whitby, North Yorkshire, England.

In Rye, East Sussex, England. Yesterday evening.

 

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Gear:

Nikon D5100, Sigma 17-70

Location:

Australia, Victoria, Melbourne

Photo:

some rework with Gimp & Photomatix.

Not sure where or when, but around the early '60's.

Carnaby Street es una calle de Londres que da nombre a toda una zona comercial dedicada a la moda y al modo de vida moderno. Ubicada en el área de Carnaby, en el distrito Soho, cerca de las calles Oxford Street y Regent Street, su nombre proviene de Karnaby House, un gran edificio erigido hacia el este de la zona de referencia, alrededor de 1683. Se desconoce el origen de tal denominación. La calle probablemente se constituyó como tal hacia 1685 o 1686 y ya en 1690 estaba casi totalmente ocupada por pequeñas casas.

 

Carnaby Street se hizo muy popular en la década de los 60 entre los seguidores del estilo Mod y de grupos y bandas musicales como Rolling Stones, Small Faces y The Beatles, que visitaban habitualmente la zona para hacer sus compras o pasear. Muy pronto, boutiques de moda alternativa y diseñadores como Mary Quant y Lord John trasladaron sus comercios y talleres a esta calle, también salpicada de bares de música underground como el "Roaring Twenties".

 

El poeta Leopoldo María Panero homenajeó a la calle, como símbolo del movimiento pop de los años 60, en el título de su primer poemario, Así se fundó Carnaby Street (1970).

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