When I returned from Israel a while back I posted photos of people on benches, and while looking through my images from Rome I found another theme, a series of people in windows. So without further ado, this weeks post, “Rome, Italy…People in Windows.”
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I love it!
Thanks Mrs. P!
This is different !
Always want to be a little bit different.
People – windows – endless fascination! (especially in places like Rome). Great shots as always. Nice bit of grit. Jx.
Appreciate that James!
Isn’t it amazing how a theme develops and turns into a thoughtful photo essay. People going about their daily lives…from their windows.
Well Lynne, i certainly appreciate you calling it thoughful. : ) i love cities where people are living life out loud, not cloistered in their houses like the American suburbs…
Great! They’re looking out. You’re looking in.
Nice, good way to look at it!
Love these! Took me back in time 🙂
Gosh, these photos are great! I could stare at them all day. These people seem to have a genuine openness and a need to connect with the world around them.
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Such a cool photo essay. Question: did you seek these photos out or realize later that you had a nice collection? A few years ago I started taking photos of people taking photos with iPads. It was quirky but fun.
I noticed one evening i had a few, and then i started seeking them out. I like the people taking photos with iPads idea. I have one of those from Israel for you.
I love these candid shots
Thanks, appreciate thst!
An interesting serie pictures.
I can not actually choose what the best theme is to show my pictures. First I used “hatch” and now “Duto tone”. “Hatch” is very good to show pictures. “Duo tone” is very convenient because of “Archive” but not always good because it automatically adjust the color and has a few options as sidebar / widgets. What is your opinion? Have you seen my blog at the beginning with the “Hatch” theme?
I like the hatch theme, it shows off photographs well!
Thanks for this info