On to Street Photography. The pictures on this page are attempts at capturing the usual interpretation of the topic, which is difficult in these times when the streets are empty.
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Both Alister and Athol himself chose this picture of a red Pillar Box. Athol liked the fact that the shadow filled the space between post box and figure, and thought the lighting good.
Both Phil and Marthe chose Phil's smoker in World's End Close. Marthe felt the picture lends itself to Black and White with the deep shadows. She thought it mournful and moody.
Both Sonia and Frances herself chose the sad little snow people on the path - a pleasing picture.
Sandra liked her "Sunny Spot". It seemed to tell a story - this lonely figure sitting in the sun.
Morag chose Neil's picture of Colinton Tunnel. She liked the action of the people - almost like a ballet dance.
Neil chose his "Watching" and waiting tour guide.
Bob chose Sonia's play on words "Two meters apart", liking the joke.
Gillian chose Sonia's Colinton Tunnel, with its artwork and also people coming along.
Sue though the man in this picture was more enthusiastic than the dog in going for a "Spring Walk"
Sue called this shot "Where to walk?" Sandra chose this one, which Sue also liked, with the line of parked cars and the path taken up by cyclists.