Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Moon Boots and a Red Purse

I mentioned a few posts back that I was going to try my hand at the very scary (for me) new genre of street photography. So out I went today, camera in hand. The mall cops didn't like it much, but I did get a few photos. When I saw these two, particularly the one on the right, coming in my direction I knew I had to get a shot of her. What do you think?
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7 comments:

Rick said...

I just got back from a tour of a whole lot of your posts that I've missed - time well 'wasted'. Gorgeous scenes, well-captured.

And I like this new genre that you're setting out to explore - after an absence of 44 years ! A nice capture - works well in b&w and I like how you emphasized the two areas. (hope you didn't run afoul of the lady on the right).

darlin said...

I love the way you've made the red purse stand out Scott, the boots as well. I'm with Rick though, the lady on the inside looks like she's about to attack you and make you delete; obviously she didn't go that far though! lol

It's so different coming to visit you and not seeing a sunset, as much as I love sunset photos good for you Scott to be branching out! I like it.

Cheers.

Andy said...

Interesting photo. The mall cops will say nothing to the hundreds of people using their cel phones to take photos but if you have a real camera... watch out.

Sandra said...

i like the black and white with the boots and bag in color, but i think it is dangerous to take photos of people in a mall. you could get attacked by the person or arrested or something like that.

Gillian Olson said...

Great composition, that purse really pops.

Barefoot from Heaven said...

I like I like very much. Love the hat she's wearing, I'm not into the boots (at all) but hey...who cares. It's a stunning picture specialy because I see the letters love culture in the back.
Keep it up without being arrested my friend ;-)
Hugs Dagmar

Saz said...

That's such a good shot, and I love how you have the bag and boots standing out.. As everyone else has said, the lady on the far side looks slightly displeased that you photographed them, haha.

I'm very self conscious when it comes to taking photo's in a town in case people think I'm taking photo's of them. Because people around my way can get a bit nasty about it. That's why I just stick to animals and scenery's most of the time, oh and family portraits of course, haha.

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