Weekly Photo Challenge: Street Life

Weekly Photo Challenge: Street Life

In response to the weekly photo challenge, I present to you “The Urban Photographer.” His pose made me realize why my photos of buildings never turn out right. I can’t possibly stretch and stand like that 🙂

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10 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Street Life

  1. Great shot, Igor! And I’m with you – standing and stretching like that would be disastrous – better lie flat on the ground – and then people would walk over you!!! 🙂 Adrian

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