If You Don’t Ask, You’ll Never Know

Color photo, Leica D-Lux Type 109, New York City, NYC, Outdoors, Parks, Photography

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Washington Square Park is my favorite place to capture interesting moments.  You often find people making art, performing or just hanging around.  So many interesting people in New York City…so many!  It was a beautiful day today, so I took out my Lecia D-Lux Type 109 and hit the streets.  This was the only shot I liked today.  35mm at F/11 at 1/200 SEC.  ISO was set on auto (320).  I like capturing artistic people caught up in their work.  This guy clearly was focused.

Perched Above the Water

Art, Black and White, Leica D-Lux Type 109, New York City, NYC, Outdoors, Parks, Street Photography

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I hadn’t taken my camera out for a walk in a long while.  I’ve got to be better about getting out and about.  On this day, I took my Lecia D-Lux Type 109.  It’s currently my favorite walk around camera.  I found this interesting lady sitting on the fountain in Washington Square Park.  I took this shot right before she spotted my lurking near her.  It’s now one of my favorites.

Ana and the Sunset

Art, Beach, Color photo, Landscapes, Leica D-Lux Type 109, Outdoors, Photography, Street Photography

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Somewhere near Naples, we watched the sunset.  I captured this moment with my friend on the beach.  Hundreds of awful photos that evening and this one gem.

Lost in Thought

Art, Beach, Color photo, Leica D-Lux Type 109, Models, People, Photography, portrait, Street Photography

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My dear friend had suffered a tremendous loss.  I caught him staring out at the ocean, it’s clear his heart is broken.  Photography should capture “moments”.  This one did, albeit a sad and tragic moment.

Facing the Storm

Art, Beach, Black and White, Boardwalk, Leica D-Lux Type 109, Outdoors, People, Photography, Street Photography

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This photograph was taken in Fort Meyers.  It was a rainy day and everyone on the beach was awaiting a storm.  This young man walked by just as the clouds rolled in.  It is one of my favorite photographs.