::warning, nerd moment ahead::
Compared to the leadership, direction, and control that’s needed for the people portraits I adore shooting, street photography is an entirely different beast. There is this... umm, “quiet patience” that embodies the forethought required for street photography. In order to get those perfect urban landscapes you have to envision, plot and plan a shot, and then wait (and most times wait some more) for the moment to *poof* suddenly come to life. Then you have to act with unhesitatingly speed lest you miss it entirely. ::swoon:: Tonight, I’m nostalgic for nights like this picture where it was just me, my camera, the pavement, and the quiet patience of waiting for stars to align.
And yeah, this little intersection looks nothing like that anymore! Amazing what just a couple years can do to our skyline.
just arrived Seattle a few hours ago, feeling tired, happy and pain also🏙 anyways, welcome me back to seattle- the city of love, happiness and “milk tea”
Um relacionamento fortalecido em fé, cumplicidade, lanche, cafuné, sorvete, e amor! Amo você, obrigada por existir! 💭♥️