a photo study of rhythm created with bricks…

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Nikon  D750    f/7.1  1/100s   28mm   100 ISO
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Nikon D750   f/4   1/320s  28mm   100 ISO
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Nikon D750   f/4   1/320s    28mm   100 ISO
rhythum-webbrick
Nikon D750    f/4   1/320s   28mm   100 ISO

hop on over to Ben’s photo challenge: Out of This World

The human body speaks…very loudly through its postures and movements.  More and more I’m finding that photographers who create street images from perspectives other than direct portraiture opens me to ponder individual humans stories that speak through the body’s emotional expressions which often are distracted from by a smile, an eye glimmer, a hair cut, a style of dress, etc.

images submitted in response to Erica’s photo challenge:  A Face in the Crowd

There is a profound moment…just a second or so before the sun’s light peeks above the horizon…when it feels as if a stilled hush has silenced all of nature.  And then, a bird’s singsong welcoming a new day and the distant sound of the coffee maker, releases me once again from the imprisonment of a sleepless night.

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Silence

looking delicious

the snow falling softly

softly

~Issa (www.haikuguy.com)

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Nikon D750   f/5.6    1/200s    300 mm    100 ISO

those snow days…blanketing the earth and gifting us with silence, before snow shovels and snow removal trucks, serene

Let’s spend a few minutes listening to…The Sound of Silence, Simon and Garfunkel.

No matter how much things change, they still remain the same.