B&W Street Photography Ecuador, Poland & Slovenia

Man Carrying Four Mannequins, on an afternoon stroll, in Quito.
The title says it all, I think. It was fun following him for a few blocks. I hope nobody found my determination too odd. Among my personal street shot favorites. May 2013

 

This black and white street photography essay was submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by Bob Ramsak  a reporter, photographer and editor at Piran Cafe.

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Quito-Ecuador

Bus stop, Quito Waiting for a bus. May 2013

Bus stop, Quito
Waiting for a bus. May 2013

 

Katowice-Poland

Restroom attendant, Katowice I spotted this woman, who was balancing a large butterfly on her head, while strolling by an open door. I liked the scene so I stopped, adjusted a few settings and returned to snap a photo. Neither she nor the butterfly moved. Adama Mickiewicza Street, Katowice, Poland, 18-Jun-2014

Restroom attendant, Katowice
I spotted this woman, who was balancing a large butterfly on her head, while strolling by an open door. I liked the scene so I stopped, adjusted a few settings and returned to snap a photo. Neither she nor the butterfly moved.
Adama Mickiewicza Street, Katowice, Poland, 18-Jun-2014

 

Ljubljana-Slovenia

Copova Street, Ljubljana A flower vender on central Čopova Street is forced to take a break by a brief downpour.

Copova Street, Ljubljana
A flower vender on central Čopova Street is forced to take a break by a brief downpour.

 

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Novi Trg, Ljubljana Each Sunday Ljubljana hosts a flea market along the Ljubljanica River on the southern fringes of old town. I was hoping to catch the tail end and check out the old camera offerings but arrived too late. Instead I found all the vendors shutting down and packing up, this gentleman included. I caught him in Novi Tri Square having a little fun between delivery runs from his stand to his car. This was just before he did a mid-air 180-degree turn. Quite impressive.

Novi Trg, Ljubljana
Each Sunday Ljubljana hosts a flea market along the Ljubljanica River, on the southern fringes of old town. I was hoping to catch the tail end and check out the old camera offerings but arrived too late. Instead, I found all the vendors shutting down and packing up, this gentleman included. I caught him in Novi Tri Square having a little fun between delivery runs from his stand to his car. This was just before he did a mid-air 180-degree turn. Quite impressive.

 

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War-Free Zone, Ljubljana On Stari Trg street in Ljubljana’s old town center, May 2013. Shot on film, Kodak 400TX with a Soviet-made Zenit EM.

War-Free Zone, Ljubljana
On Stari Trg street in Ljubljana’s old town center, May 2013.
Shot on film, Kodak 400TX with a Soviet-made Zenit EM.

 

This black and white street photography essay was submitted to Edge of Humanity Magazine by Bob Ramsak a reporter, photographer and editor at Piran Cafe.

See also: Where is Piran Cafe?

 


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