Thursday, 20 June 2013

Street photography


Late afternoon commute at London Bridge. What happens if I'd point the camera and shoot randomly at a crowd coming towards me on a busy afternoon at London Bridge? Nobody seemed to care. And I thought it was an intriguing and liberating experience.

7 comments:

Adullamite said...

Ha! London people see nothing, it's their way! They don't want to get involved. Ha!

Revrunner said...

As interesting as I nearly always find these photographs, I'm also always terribly self-conscious when trying to take them.

messymimi said...

So focused on what they are doing, whether it be talking, reading, or trying to figure out which train to take. We all have only so much brain power to devote to things, it's no wonder much happens that is out of our notice.

Interesting people study.

William Kendall said...

Black and white gives it such a timeless feel, even with the two in the centre looking rather casual in what they're wearing.

Terry said...

Yes, I like that it's black and white. A slice of time.

Here I Am/Carrie said...

So many faces and so many lives can be captured in the city.

Julia Hones said...

I love this picture. It captures the moment so well... I feel I'm right there.