humanity

Break time is over

It’s been quite a long break from WP but life has a way of speeding past. I’ve been (a) traveling and (b) back in college and working way too much. Well, working to pay for a & b. I also am involved in a photography project that is more involved than I originally planned but it’s all good.

I hope everyone is doing well and as my crazy schedule allows I’ll be around to visit the WP community.

Cheers!!

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Humanity

Humanity
Noun
all human beings collectively; the human race; humankind

Of all the photos I have taken, this is one of my favorites. It represents humanity in it’s most honest, beautiful form. One soul leaning in to teach/listen to another.

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For more of this weeks challenge, go HERE

Weekly Photo Challenge: Split-Second Story

Sunday afternoon, young man, cigar, lighter, cold beer, sitting alone in a cemetery..
What’s the story..
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The story is a Grandson visits his Grandfather’s grave once a month to have a cigar, drink a beer and chat.
He is a returning veteran and this keeps him balanced.

For more of this weeks challenge, go HERE

Weekly Photo Challenge: Juxtaposition

One of the best examples of Juxtaposition I have are photographs from a Non-Profit Poetry/Art zine I founded a few years ago.

Take-it-to-the-street-poetry was founded on the premise of “getting words to people that don’t get words”.
With the support of many, many writers, poets, artists and photographers over 29 Volumes have been printed and distributed any and everywhere.

No matter what you art is, please share it freely with the world. A photo, poem, art piece can bring so much to those who have forgotten it’s beauty.

Here are a few examples of where the zines were dropped:

In a Gas Station bathroom
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Outside in some Bushes:

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In a Refrigerator at an office:
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On a Gas Pump:
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For more of this weeks Photo Challenge, go HERE

Weekly Photo Challenge: Habit

My habit is people watching. Capturing those moments when our paths cross even if only for a brief second, without verbal introductions. Humanity will always be the first thing my camera gravitates to when out and about in the world.

Waiting on a call

Waiting on a call

Following the leader

Following the leader

Cola Break

Cola Break

Thinking alone

Thinking alone

For more of this weeks Photo Challenge, go HERE