Old Friends and Good Neighbours always enjoy catching up on the latest gossip. Street Photography. Valletta 2014 Continue reading Square Challenge: Old Friends Enjoy a Catch-up.
Cheer Up! Happy Pills and Happy Coffee? Continue reading Cheer Up: Happy Pills and Happy Coffee!
We have these people to thank for keeping our city streets clean: Valletta: Barcelona: Barcelona: If careless tourists didn’t drop so much litter, there would be less to sweep up! This post was inspired by Becky’s January Challenge: Square Up. Continue reading Square Challenge: Sweeping Up
Street Photography: Music for Dancing in the Streets. Continue reading Music for Dancing in the Streets.
More monochromes from old colour prints from trips to Thailand in pre-digital camera days. All images ©Helenbushe. Scanned from colour prints and converted to Black-and White using LUMINAR 4 Software. Continue reading Blasts from the Past 3: Women at Work
A game of skill, strategy and cunning being played (and observed) outside the library in Leeds town centre. All images ©HelenBushe Continue reading The Chess Game.
People in Profile.
Street Photography: candid profiles in monochrome. Continue reading SIDES: Street Photography-People in Profile.
Through a Window. “Look through any window,yeah What do you see? Smiling faces all around, rushing through the busy town……. So sang the British group, The Hollies, in 1966 with a song that got to number 4 in our UK charts and number 32 in the American Billboard Top 40. Ah, yes….. I remember it well! It was never one of my favourites, but half … Continue reading Through a Window.
Cameras and Photographers are two words which go together very well….. like chocolate doughnut and cappuccino….. like Rolliecord and Ilford…… like enthusiasts and second-hand gear….. like a selfie in front of a joke mirror… like a video camera at a street party… …all of which you can see here in this mini-gallery of pictures inspired by Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week : Any Kind of … Continue reading Cameras and Photographers.
Lisbon, capital city of Portugal, is built on seven hills. (I was surprised to learn that Rome isn’t the only European capital city with this claim to fame.) Seven hills in a fairly compact city means steep streets. Lots of steep streets! There seemed to be three levels of “steepness”: Those with a manageable gradient had pavements; the next level up had steps, whilst the … Continue reading LISBON: A City of Seven Hills.