My personal footsteps of photography and quick notes...
Tena koe ehoaNZ is fast becoming a alfresco, cafe latte' society! I remember when eating outside was considered a little on the weird side in this country!You've got a great perspective and it's revealed well with the composition of your image.I'm so late today
Ndiginiz,When you mention cafe latte' in yiur comment, I immediacy recall the story of a cafe used to stand here started that culture in NZ (at least what I hard of).This is where "Chez Eelco Coffee House" was. The famous cafe is now close down and Iris Beer Bar is operating at very same spot.I wish I had taken the picture of the Cafe when it was still there.
Ben I see that you are having a bit of a b&w phase with a lot of very nice photosI'm in the middle of a 30 day B&W challenge on the DPChallenge web sitehere is a link to my entries so farmy entriesand here is the thread with all the entriesforum thread
A fine street scene. Excellent black and white quality. Very nice work.
Thanks Keith,I made myself assignment "B&W street photo". I took them in single day (except the first on the series) at about lunch time. The light condition with strong high noon light was quite challenging (too much contrast, and I do not want to fire the flash because of this candid look nature). But it was fun. Few more shot to post there but then I will back to normal routine and thing about next assignment. Your DPChallenge entries looks very good, Keith.Welcome and thanks DonWiley2.
Nice Black & White.
Nice stuff, great B&W tones, interesting to NZ life as I've never been there...Phi
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