Even in the smallest of towns many things happen throughout the day. People come, people go, often not lingering very long in one place. This series of images explores some of the various events that I imagine may happen on a street corner outside a diner in any small town – at least in my small town.
Therefore, I present to you my six image narrative: Scenes From A Street Corner.
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Dave, the basic idea is greast already, and what you’ve done with it is phantastic. I love how the perspective remains the same, and only the people/animals change – and the light of course. I like how that changes, too (the well lit diner by night is my favourite). And you mix humour with seriousness, at least in my eyes – which I also appreciate. I expect this to be one of the six images narratives I’ll remember. Kudos!
Not only is your comment insightful and ego boosting, it also captures everything I was going for when I created the narrative. Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts, and making my day 🙂
Wow! Beautifully Evocative
Love it! Really! i love how you changed the situations and the choice of b&w is perfect! I particularly like how you played with lights in the last three pics, very good job!
Thanks Marco! 🙂
Fantastic pictures! I already see it like in the time lapse, hours passing and the people are changing. But not a place, which is different for them. Beautifully captured. Especially the night ones.
Thanks Tomek. I appreciate the comments 🙂
I love this series of photos! I really like the different scenarios that you created. I think my favorite one is the dog waiting outside for her owner. The lighting in all the shots is amazing!
Thank you for the kind words, Lynn
Love this in black and white – they all have a great noir look! Perfect for a street corner.
Love this Dave! Great job. I look forward to seeing what your next Lego/photo adventure will be!
Dave There isn’t much I can add that hasn’t already been said. This is a beautiful series on every level. Thank you so much for creating it and sharing the images with our community. I look forward to seeing what you create next. Thanks again my friend!
And you are welcome. I am so chuffed on how folks enjoyed this series. With that charge of energy I’m sure I’ll be creating more soon!
This is a really memorable 6 – image narrative Dave. I like it for many reasons – the stories in each image could stand for themselves individually, the lighting is so unique for each (dog waiting for it’s owner is my fave) and a myriad of emotions is portrayed too. Lovely series!
Thanks for the kind words Janan 🙂 I”m glad you enjoyed it.