Street photography – the ethics of photographing random strangers

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Suzuki

Loved this shot! so creative 🙂

Snowgood's Blog

SuzukiHere’s an opportunistic shot taken whilst Sam was driving me back to my “digs”.

Angeline, and Anja, are laughing even though they just missed a lift.

I took over 2000 photos on this trip.

This is in my top five and I only had a split second to compose it.

Oh, and I think I’m in love.

The little Suzuki was so much fun.

At 40 mph it sounds like a Porsche 911, and feels like it’s doing seventy.

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Dreams

Lovely picture and post! Great job. You have a way with words.

Petals Unfolding

To all of you who struggle with the Holidays, I give you my word I shall do my very best to uplift and to inspire you to help you get through the next few weeks. When I give you words of “wisdom”, it is not in any way my show of ignorance or denial of the tragedy and misery so many suffer in this world of ours today. I must focus my attention on posts such as mine in order to keep my spirits high. So many of you are doing such good in this world with your blogs, and I applaud you! Some of those blogs I am not able to view, for the content hurts just too much. I am an Empath, extremely sensitive, yet just because I avoid certain subject matter, does not mean I do not know darkness  exists. I know only too well that it…

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Why Booksellers and Publishers Shouldn’t Target Audiences

Loved this post! hope you write more of them.

adoptingjames

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As an author, when you submit your book proposal or final manuscript to a publisher one of the first questions you are asked is: “What is your target audience?”
This seems to me to be backwards, and I hope one day the flaw in this scheme is realized by publishers and agents before it’s too late.
Allow me to explain.
When The Hunger Games was a new and hot read, I’d walk into Barnes and Noble and see elderly people sitting up in the cafe reading these teen-geared books.
I can only name a number of adults on one hand who have not read the Harry Potter books.
My wife and I are in our 30’s and collectively, our favorite book genres are kids and teen books. Very rarely, if ever, do we browse through the general fiction section of a book store.
Movies, unlike books, don’t target just particular audiences, and…

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