the tree’s deep shade ~Issa (cited: haikuguy.com)
to heavenly music ~Issa (cited: haikuguy.com)
the mountain bees, too
yearn to live there…
town of people ~Issa (cited: haikuguy.com)
A historical journey through my neighborhood…images and haiku posted in response to this week’s Lens-Artists Challenge: Found in the Neighborhood.
12 replies to “lens-artist’s photo challenge: found in the neighborhood”
Beautiful as always Brenda. I absolutely loved the window reflection. Your images combine to tell rather a poignant story of a thriving community affected by a pandemic. Was that your intent?
Thank you Tina. While the photos are pre-pandemic, I think they illustrate my experience in parts of the community. Parks, on the other hand, are a bit uncomfortable as most people don’t follow guidelines. I’ve found that my photo walks are more about anxiety than photography.
I hear you Brenda, but prefer to think that if we socially distance outside there is minimal risk. Indoors is quite another matter.
Brenda…love those huge pillars and the man playing the piano and the different shades of chairs…all so beautifully captured.
Thank you Teresa for your validating words. Please be safe
A beautiful series, as always, Brenda. Each tells a story of your neighborhood.
Great hearing from you…and that which I enjoy. Did miss the sights and sounds of summer’s children, water sprouts, music, and people watching.
Great presentation. I, too, like the window reflection.
Thank you, John. I do miss sitting in front of that window, drinking coffee, and people watching with camera in hand.
Great photos and neighborhood!
Excellent response to the challenge. I love the window reflection of the street It gives me a sense of being there and knowing what is in front of me and behind me.
Thank you Anne. I enjoyed contemplating how window reflections are able to bring a sense of grounding.
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