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Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment…

29/06/2012

“We are only beginning to learn what to say in a photograph. The world we live in is a succession of fleeting moments, any one of which might say something significant.” Alfred Eisenstaedt

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment… Street Photos from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Girl waiting for boy.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment… Street Photos from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Girl ignores boy…lovers tiff?

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment… Street Photos from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Girl ready to walk dog but makes a call first.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment… Street Photos from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Mother and son waiting for… Dad?

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment… Street Photos from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Man and man’s best friend waiting for WALK light…dog walking is a popular pastime.

I’ve always loved street photography but didn’t realize it was a genre within the art and craft of taking photographs. As a child, I loved looking through magazines that showcased fleeting or captured moments of people, subjects and events in every day life; subjects living life boldly or quietly, giving the observer, shielded by the camera‘s lens, a glimpse into the lives of strangers. I love this week’s challenge because as Eisenstaedt says above, life is a succession of  fleeting moments, and any of those moments might share something significant. Those fleeting moments include pauses or momentary acts of waiting and then movement. My photos for this challenge were taken on the streets of Greenpoint, Brooklyn. More below!

“To photograph is to hold one’s breath, when all faculties converge to capture fleeting reality. It’s at that precise moment that mastering an image becomes a great physical and intellectual joy.” Henri Cartier-Bresson

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment… Street Photos from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Loving couple cross paths with dog walker.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment… Street Photos from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Girl on bike…another popular pastime in GP

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment… Street Photos from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Girl in black on bike cruising along.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment… Street Photos from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Two men on speed bikes up Franklin

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment… Street Photos from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Man on motorbike waiting for green light.

Greenpoint is friendly, family oriented, and the northernmost neighborhood in Brooklyn; an oasis for those folk who wish to escape the noise and endless grind of Manhattan. It was always considered a working class area with a huge Polish population, but in recent years, young professionals and those seeking something a bit more laid-back have moved in. It has also attracted a large Latino, South Asian and North African population, and has an ever growing yoga community. Naturally, the price of real estate has gone up. When I went there to capture life on the street, I could tell that people loved hanging out; walking their dogs, biking, skateboarding, people watching, chatting on their cellphones and waiting for the endless street lights to change.

“The creative act lasts but a brief moment, a lightning instant of give-and-take, just long enough for you to level the camera and to trap the fleeting prey in your little box.” Henri Cartier-Bresson

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment… Street Photos from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Man with friends and pit-bull. Says to me: “WTF! You wanna photograph me?”

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment… Street Photos from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Man with pit-bull chatting with friends… shot before the WTF shot.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment… Street Photos from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Landmark Astral Apartments. Home to many folk and a few birds.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment… Street Photos from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Man and son looking up at bird diving at The Astral Apartments

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment… Street Photos from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Man and son still bird watching.

The man with his dog observed me taking pictures, and turned his back when I came a little closer to capture him and his friends. Then he suddenly threw his hands in the air, turned around and said: “WTF! You wanna photograph me?” I smiled and said. “Yeah?” and took the shot. Only in NY. The Astral Apartments are beautiful and I loved the way the sun cast its shadow against the walls. The man and his son were watching a bird flying back and forth to the top of the building. I observed and captured their delight but my shot of the bird was a wash. 😦    😆 More below!

“There is nothing wrong with dedication and goals, but if you focus on yourself, all the lights fade away and you become a fleeting moment in life.” Pete Maravich

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment… Street Photos from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Pregnant lady and others waiting to cross the street.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment… Street Photos from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Two men on cellphones… another common observation.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment… Street Photos from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Man gazes back at woman friend … then walks back to her.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment… Street Photos from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Man skateboarding across the street.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment… Street Photos from Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Cute guy with adorable dog (named oliver)… I asked to photograph them.

In putting these photos together, I tried to capture the essence of what I was experiencing on the street.  People observed me filming away and most didn’t seem to mind. I was trying to be attentive to what Andrew Wyeth termed in his quote, “It’s a moment that I’m after, a fleeting moment, but not a frozen moment.” Andrew Wyeth, and I aimed for those fleeting moments on the street when my subjects seemed engaged in living their lives even as some waited for the next thing…  I didn’t want my subjects to be frozen in time. I hope I honored that premise. The last shot was the only posed one because I had to capture that beautiful dog. His owner had a warm smile, and was so patient as Oliver first refused to look at the camera until he was prompted to do so for the 2nd shot.  Plus hey, the guy was cute too.

Hope you enjoyed this! What are your thoughts? What photos did you share on Fleeting Moment to fit the task? Was it easy/hard to find photos that supported your perspective on the subject? Were you drawn to certain types of photos for the prompt? Do share? Thank you! 🙂 😉

*Please bear with me as I continue to catch up on your blogs and commenting… Thank you all for your patience! 🙂

My fellow bloggers were equally creative with their selections. I listed several via Zemanta & WP Daily Post below. (I will update it and add more). We all appreciate trackbacks/ping-backs and LIKES from fellow bloggers too! Check out how others interpreted the theme – Fleeting Moment – below. ***

This post was inspired by a prompt from WP Daily Post: Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment     Fleeting Moment. Earlier this week we published a showcase of beautiful street photography blogs from the WordPress.com community. Now it’s your chance to give street photography a shot!
Share a picture that captures a Fleeting Moment on the street!

Positive Motivation Tip: When we turn our cameras to observe human behavior on the street, we learn to appreciate the fleeting moments in our lives; simple, quick, emotional, poignant… Enjoy it!

PHOTO CREDITS/ATTRIBUTIONS: All Photos from my personal collection.

Until Next Time…
Ask. Believe. Receive. ©
Elizabeth Obih-Frank
Mirth and Motivation
Positive Kismet

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115 Comments leave one →
  1. 30/06/2012 4:30 pm

    Thanks for your pingback! 😉
    Nice shots 🙂

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  2. 30/06/2012 5:17 pm

    Thank you for the linkback!
    You’ve got really interesting fleeting moment shots!! 😀

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    • 30/06/2012 5:32 pm

      TY for your feedback. I wasn’t sure I could do the challenge because I live in a quiet area… But a trip to Greenpoint solved my concern. 🙂

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  3. 30/06/2012 5:17 pm

    Thank you for the linkback! Your photographs are really interesting too~~ 😀

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  4. 30/06/2012 5:43 pm

    Wonderful! I LOVE street photos. Do you know the FB page “Humans of New York”? Fascinating photos, and Greenpoint looks great for people-watching. (I particularly love Oliver and his cute owner, although they were obviously posing for their picture!)

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    • 30/06/2012 5:57 pm

      Thanks Petchary! I’m not familiar with the FB page. Oliver and his owner were so gracious that I had to add them too. 🙂

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  5. Jackie Paulson permalink
    30/06/2012 6:16 pm

    This is a challenge for me to post on Fleeting Moment…I am not so sure what to post just yet….I love your writing and the photo’s…they speak volumes of fleeting moments too 🙂 Bless you

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    • 01/07/2012 3:22 am

      Thank you Jackie. The initial challenge for me is that I live in the suburbs and we do a lot of driving… I ended up going to Greenpoint for an event and walked around taking pictures. It was fun and solved my concern. Maybe you might try the same approach. Best wishes!

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  6. 30/06/2012 6:50 pm

    This is great – I didn’t realize it was a genre either!

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    • 01/07/2012 3:24 am

      We live, we learn! I’m glad to learn about it as I do love street shots… 🙂

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  7. 30/06/2012 6:58 pm

    Great examples!

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  8. 30/06/2012 7:33 pm

    Interesting getting a glimpse of Greenpoint, Brooklyn through your camera’s eye! Excellent series… 🙂 Thanks too for the mention… 🙂

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    • 01/07/2012 2:02 am

      Thanks for your feedback too… It was a fun visit and walk through one part of the area. 😉

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  9. 30/06/2012 7:42 pm

    This was a fantastic post Elizabeth. What a great set of photographs. You have certainly captured the “fleeting moments” of Greenpoint.

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    • 01/07/2012 12:35 am

      TY Walter! Have you ever visited it? It is quite the lovely area by the water and has a real neighborhood feel to it. 😉

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  10. 30/06/2012 10:36 pm

    great photos! thanks for the pingback – I’m very, very new to this street photography and I’m lovin’ it!!

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    • 01/07/2012 12:34 am

      Same here… I’ve taken street shots but didn’t think it was a whole category by itself. I love it too. TY for your feedback. 😉

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      • 01/07/2012 12:44 am

        yah…today when we went to town I kept thinking, “Oh bummer, I forgot my camera!”

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      • 01/07/2012 1:02 am

        Whenever I go out I take my camera and then sometimes I forget to do so and say exactly the same thing! 😆

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  11. 30/06/2012 10:46 pm

    J’adore!!!! wonderful job elisabeth! thank for open up our eyes..thank uou for this trip in NY i ‘ve loved it

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    • 01/07/2012 12:33 am

      TY Sandra for checking in… It was fun to pick a place to visit and photograph. 😉

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  12. 30/06/2012 11:20 pm

    Thank you for showing us around your neighbourhood, Elizabeth – fascinating! 🙂

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    • 01/07/2012 12:32 am

      TY Wightrabbit! Actually, it is not my neighborhood but one I visited to take photographs in… It’s a wonderful area with friendly people however, I don’t live there. 🙂

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  13. 30/06/2012 11:44 pm

    Wonderful moments. 🙂

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    • 01/07/2012 12:30 am

      TY Cocomino and I’m looking forwrad to seeing your contribution. 😉

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  14. 01/07/2012 12:42 am

    Hello Elizabeth, this is a very interesting presentation of Greenpoint and I like your shots…. It is not easy to take photos of people without them being aware of it…unless you are some paparazzi with a kick-ass lens and can do it from afar. I had pretty much a similar experience when I was taking pics for “friendship” challenge… The moment the subject gets aware you are taking pictures of him, the moment is lost… Thank you for sharing this with us. Paula

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    • 01/07/2012 1:01 am

      True… I tried to be as discrete as possible and found that when people were engrossed in what they were doing, they didn’t notice. Some saw me take pictures of others, and when I turned the lens on them they either didn’t seem to care or they became self conscious. I took a ton of photos and chose the ones I felt represented the challenge well. I did use a telephoto lens to maintain some distance. But, as with my WTF guy, some people have a finely tuned radar. Thanks for your feedback. 🙂

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  15. 01/07/2012 1:06 am

    😀 I should get a dslr with a telephoto lens, as I shot mine with canon powershot g1 x and had to come veeery close :D. It is fine nevertheless, right?

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    • 01/07/2012 1:14 am

      Yes, it is definitely fine and if you get a DSLR down the road it will help a lot… I’m still learning how to use mine… The series here were not taken with my Canon DSLR but with my Canon powershot with a great telephoto lens.

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  16. 01/07/2012 2:22 am

    Great pictures!

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  17. 01/07/2012 2:33 am

    That was fun 🙂 Enjoyed the photos and the quotes. NYC is one of the best places for street photography. Have you seen the doco on Bill Cunningham, Elizabeth?

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    • 01/07/2012 2:40 am

      TY Bluebee! Which docu are you referring to? Yes, The boroughs all have something wonderful to offer and Brooklyn has lots of unique neighborhoods with a rich history… Ditto the Bronx. 🙂

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  18. 01/07/2012 2:46 am

    It’s called ‘Bill Cunningham New York’ and is about the street fashion photographer of the New York Times – it’s very interesting.
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1621444/

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    • 01/07/2012 2:59 am

      Okay. Yes, I heard about it but haven’t seen the docu at all… Bill Cunningham has an impressive portfolio with the NYTimes and I always loved his street shots. TY for the reminder as I will look for it! 🙂

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  19. 01/07/2012 4:46 am

    Excellent post my friend ,I Love your Stunning photographs
    Thanks for sharing .

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  20. Michael Fishman permalink
    01/07/2012 4:46 am

    I like street photography and I loved these pictures. I’m curious what happened with WTF guy after you took the second picture. Your post has given me motivation to bring my camera to work and to go out at lunch and take some pictures of people on the street at lunch rather than just sit around and do nothing.

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    • 01/07/2012 5:18 am

      I would encourage you to start as it gets easier with time. Plus, there are places where people will be more accommodating and places where they won’t be. Go for it. After I took the picture, he smiled and playfully threatened to send the dog after me… I smiled back and asked if the dog was calm or vicious… and he assured me the dog was okay. I smiled, waved, and then gingerly walked away. He was a tough guy with a good heart… 😉

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  21. 01/07/2012 4:56 am

    Love your street images. Makes us feel closer to your home and what it has to offer everyday. It is through these fleeting moments that we realize how beautiful life has been. Thank you.

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    • 01/07/2012 5:19 am

      TY Island… It is a beautiful area but not where I live. I was here for an event and took the opportunity to photograph a small part of the area. I enjoyed my outing. 🙂

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  22. Catherine Johnson permalink
    01/07/2012 5:02 am

    They’re great! We have a Golden Doodle just like the one in your last photo 🙂

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    • 01/07/2012 5:20 am

      Oh you lucky lady! What an adorable dog and I’m glad you identified it for me. TY! 🙂

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  23. 01/07/2012 5:45 am

    cool set of fleeting moment images and I love the quote on top, it’s very true 🙂

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  24. 01/07/2012 5:47 am

    Love your shot of the dad and son, also the one of the man looking back at the bicyclist girl. There’s a whole story in both of those pictures.

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    • 01/07/2012 5:57 am

      I agree with you… We could write beautiful stories on them… The kid with his dad was so sweet too. TY! 🙂

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  25. 01/07/2012 6:31 am

    What an amazing blog, all those flashes of other peoples lives…. so many people on the phone, that is the same here!!

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    • 01/07/2012 6:33 am

      Isn’t that something to ponder? I noticed so many on cell phones.

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      • 01/07/2012 6:49 am

        yes it is so sad sometimes you can just pass a sea of people all engaged on the phone. Nothing is private, they row , they swear they love and talk about private things! But what really gets my blood up is drivers using cell phones !! It is illegal to use a phone while driving unless it is completely hands free! I see so many one handed drivers struggling round bends and creep along in heavy traffic!! Even worse they even text while driving??
        Back to your blog I love it, when I was in New York about six years ago I saw many such ‘fleeting moments’ and I photo some too. I had an Olympus Trip with film in it. I remember on in particular some men sitting in front of a Church having their shoes shined , it was near the Stock exchange I think! That is a lasting memory to me!

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    • 01/07/2012 6:58 am

      Yes, the chatting and driving is so dangerous it makes me mad too… I live in an area where we drive all the time and I see it daily… A real shame! 😦

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  26. 01/07/2012 6:37 am

    Lots of lovely fleeting moments.

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  27. 01/07/2012 7:25 am

    My only visit to NYC I didn’t have my camera, just my phone. So you have captured what I would like to have. Fantastic and especially so with the accompanying descriptions. 🙂

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  28. 01/07/2012 7:27 am

    Great shots, and I love the commentary. 🙂

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  29. Madelaine permalink
    01/07/2012 7:43 am

    Such wonderful fleeting moments and all captured so beautifully!

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  30. 01/07/2012 8:08 am

    Great fleeting moments! The best I’ve seen. You have inspired and motivated me. Thanks. 🙂

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    • 01/07/2012 6:31 pm

      TY dear one! I appreciate the feedback… You know what? I really enjoy the process and hope to continue to learn and grow with it. I was surprised when I read on a blog last week that they saw the weekly challenge as a competition! I don’t see it that way at all. I see it as a learning and sharing opportunity. Some have that philosophy and others don’t… Why must everything be viewed through the lens of competition? How about doing for the joy of it? Is that why some withhold responses? What a wasted opportunity to connect with others. Anyway, I suppose, to each his own. 😉

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  31. 01/07/2012 8:09 am

    Lovely photographs – very nice fleeting moments.

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  32. 01/07/2012 8:33 am

    I had a terrible time maintaining an Internet connection yesterday. The post would load the words and not the photos before “timing out”. So frustrating. As I read the words, I developed an impression of what the photos would be. Wrong! I pictured more gray and less green. Less people in some and more in others and some blurring with the “fleeting” moments. When I finally actually saw the photos this morning, they were so much more fun than my imagination! Oh dear. What does that say about me?! Lol! Beautiful, fun photos and a great idea! 🙂

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    • 01/07/2012 6:40 pm

      TY Karen! I’m glad you persisted. Thank God that I blog because I must or the towel would be tossed… I kept getting 504 errors yesterday as my blog experienced a spike in traffic and the system shut it down or whatever the explanation might be. It was sad, but I’m getting stronger at letting go and letting God in situations. Life is too short to stress over everything. I contacted support… Have a blessed week ahead! 🙂

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  33. 01/07/2012 8:47 am

    I really have been enjoying reading your blog. You put a lot of work into them and it shows. I love your street photography! Because of that and for many other beautiful reasons I have nominated you for The Beautiful Blogger Award. If you care to participate the link to the post is http://strawberryindigo.wordpress.com/2012/07/01/a-beautiful-award/
    Thanks and Congrats….Strawberryindigo.

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    • 01/07/2012 6:44 pm

      Thank you so much Strawberryindigo! I accept your award with grace and will stop by to thank you on your blog. I am planning a future post to thank all who have given me an award. 🙂

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  34. Lola Jane permalink
    01/07/2012 9:45 am

    Great photos to give a feel for the neighborhood. My favorites are the man and son shots, too.

    Jane

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  35. 01/07/2012 9:51 am

    Great shots dear!!!! I love NY to photograph!!! 🙂

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  36. 01/07/2012 10:07 am

    “WTF, you wanna shoot me?”

    “Yeah!”

    Love your guile. Love you’re style!

    Keep shootin’!

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  37. 01/07/2012 10:17 am

    OMG – I have the same quote by Henri Cartier-Bresson on my photo. WOW – well, you know what they say,”Great minds think alike”.
    Thanks for the trip down memory lane. I used to travel trough Greenpoint, Brooklyn many, many times. Well – throughout all of Brooklyn for that matter. Fabulous to see all the diversity and imagery that is the flavor of Brooklyn. Love the guy with his hands up saying WTF, etc. He is soooo New York. It brought a big grin to my face. You gotta love that rawness they exhibit. Great entry ….!!!!
    Isadora

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    • 02/07/2012 12:16 am

      TY Isadora! I loved that shot too. He was so NY and yet, it was meant in a direct not mean way. I love NY too and Brooklyn is probably my favorite borough. 🙂

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  38. 01/07/2012 12:03 pm

    Great fleeting moments captured! I love how you gave little stories to the photos. I need to learn to not care whether people notice I’m taking photos.

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    • 02/07/2012 12:15 am

      TY Caroline! After some time they will ignore you anyway. Once they observe that you are just taking pictures of the area and are friendly enough, it goes well. Best wishes! 🙂

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  39. 01/07/2012 12:47 pm

    I love your Greenpoint tour with the tour guide commentary to go along with it–looks like you had lots of fun on site…especially love the WTF dude and yes, cute guy with even cuter pooch. 🙂 Thanks!

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    • 02/07/2012 12:13 am

      It was a fun outing and got to appreciate the area even more. I have friends who live there and so I get to visit them sometimes. TY! 🙂

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  40. 01/07/2012 11:21 pm

    Fleeting moments is a wonderful theme. Almost every second is a fleeting moment, but we just don’t notice. I love the picture of the the little boy looking up just like his daddy! That’s so special, and makes me think about how our children and grandchildren are watching us all the time…maybe we need to notice the fleeting moments so they will! 🙂 Debra

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    • 02/07/2012 12:07 am

      True! They do mimic what they observe parents doing. I loved the bond between the father and son too. 🙂

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  41. 02/07/2012 12:28 am

    hi Eliz,
    I like your bicycle photos – and
    I like bicycle photos everywhere:
    flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2011/08/02/bicycles-around-the-world
    after my last bicycle tour with friends (3 hours) I’m suffering under knee pain; better to take photos only …

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    • 02/07/2012 12:31 am

      TY! I can relate… After taking so many spinning classes my knees hurt a lot too. I saw a lot of bicycles in the area and it reminded me of Kyoto. 😉

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  42. 02/07/2012 2:47 am

    Your street photos are just fascinating. I enjoyed them all. Oliver is such a cuddly cutie. 😉

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    • 02/07/2012 10:24 pm

      TY! Yes, Oliver was so sweet and it made my heart leap when his owner calmly told him to sit and face the camera for a shot and he did… TY to both of them! 🙂

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  43. 02/07/2012 6:46 am

    Interesting….very funny too…:-D

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  44. 02/07/2012 12:20 pm

    The saying “every picture tells a story” is really true with your photos. People are fascinating and I am looking at the genre of Street Photography with excited interest.

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    • 02/07/2012 3:01 pm

      I’m with you on taking a closer look at that genre. Thank you for your feedback Ronnie! 🙂

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  45. 02/07/2012 2:31 pm

    Thank you for the pingback – these are amazing photographs indeed! Great captures. 🙂

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  46. 02/07/2012 8:39 pm

    Eliz, these are probably my favorite photos you have shared so far. Love the colors and the candid nature of the pics.

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    • 02/07/2012 10:19 pm

      Thank you Miriam! I had a good time with this one and got to go out and learn a bit more about that area. 🙂

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  47. 03/07/2012 8:19 am

    Truly, I’m not into photography though I love to see beautiful photos. I think these are great pictures.

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    • 04/07/2012 8:28 pm

      TY Ce! I’m still a novice at this but I love it… I hope to keep improving. TY for the feedback. 🙂

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  48. 03/07/2012 11:57 am

    Very nice post and collection of fleeting moments!! This is definitely your genre!

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    • 04/07/2012 8:29 pm

      Well TY for the vote of confidence! I had a great time in Greenpoint and hope to capture more places in the future. 🙂

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  49. 06/07/2012 9:03 am

    Movement – Eliz, I remember your Sade or Janet in concert series…

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    • 06/07/2012 9:12 am

      Great suggestion Frizztext!!! I’ll take a look and add some of them… Awesome and thanks for the reminder! 🙂

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  50. 06/07/2012 11:22 am

    Happy weekend to you too 🙂 Love your post!

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  51. 07/07/2012 2:37 pm

    such a great post…I really enjoyed taking the tour with you through these images

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