I recently discovered a fantastic podcast called On Taking Pictures and I’ve been mainlining episodes for almost two weeks. They always end the session with photo challenges, which I like. A recent assignment was street art. Some people just took snapshots of street art, but I tried to incorporate it in street photography.
Street side trollies in Budapest. All modes of public transit available to the populace there: trolley, bus, subway and trains, not to mention excellent pedestrian infrastructure. Returning home from such cities is always a letdown because here there’s nothing. Nothing useful, anyway. And then I just get pissed.
Impromptu trip to Pops last night since the sky was having a party. I’ve always thought that bottle would look much more dramatic with the right clouds. I didn’t even venture in the building. Next challenge: night storm!
On a side note, I’ll never get tired of going there and will continue to occasionally feature what is essentially a gas station.
Tanya. Shooting seriously with a dSLR for almost 3 years. Film entered the mix in November, 2013. Always trying to improve. Not everything is a subject, but nothing is off limits. The photos I post, all of the good, bad and ugly, are mine.