Laughing Life by Nenad Nikolic
The photo is from my gallery called “Cuba Square project” One bright sunny afternoon in Havana… a decisive moment… Cuba was my remedy. Havana was my cure. That is my silence, my solitude of silence, tightly connected with Cuba. I would like to share with the rest of the world my light signature. We really are so small behind our own eyes. Behind our fancy clothes. Behind our favorite colors. I would like to share the emotions and vision into the memories of the audience. Street Photography is Zen – in every sense of the word.
Before We Had Cell Phones by Jack Weingarten
My wife and I were having lunch in mid-town Manhattan. This is what we saw when we left the restaurant. I could not have set up the shot any better than this. The four men at the pay phones were straight out of central casting. Their body language was spot on. As street photographers, sometimes we miss the decisive moment by a tick. But sometimes we get lucky. This was one of those times.
Sentinel Joe by Lodiza LePore
Very find coffee house in Hoosick Falls NY…….A place where Sentinel Joe keeps watch over customers.
Three Wise Men by Cary Silverman
I shot this in the village of Huilloc, Peru. It is a small Quechuan weaving community off the beaten path. Truly lost in time. BTW I have many more images from here if interested.
Confusion by Joanna Madloch
Subway Exits are the “no-places” where everybody passes through hastily. Emotions created by “no-places” are those of confusion, anxiety, and uncertainty. Prince St. subway exit in Soho (NYC) is one of the most iconic no-places.