Posted byKeith GoldsteinPosted inGreeley Square, New York CityTags:#Life_On_The_Street, 28mm, band-aid, black and white, Manhattan, New York City, postaday, Ricoh GR, street, street candid, street life, street photography, urban life, woman, _R021103
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8 thoughts on “Band Aid”
Hi Keith, I see you did not fully stopped photographing on the streets. Just read your post from 2 yeas ago – https://keithgoldstein.me/2017/10/26/a-fools-errand/ . Very similar thought were going in my mind for a couple of years. I could have signed the text myslef. I hope you found peace in this matter…
I thought Michael’s article was interesting. They are his thoughts, feelings, and observations. I am always thinking about how to push the envelope on the streets. Sometimes I have to step back and get a different perspective. It can be frustrating, but like life, one has to move forward. As from the “Shawshank Redemption” – “Get busy living, or get busy dying.”
Good to hear from you Pavel.
I get it. Not you. But it is resonating with me.
It did with me as well. I think we all come to the streets differently. Constantly searching for resonance with the world. Who, what we are, what we can be.
I’m not sure if Michael is not photographing anymore.
I don’t think I could actually stop. I think about it. I always think about it…..
Me neither. Even if I stop and do something else for a while I would miss it. So I go back again and continue. I am piling these photos, but a problem arose as I stopped sharing them online. Only some on the blog now and than. I calmed down, but still need to shoot..
Please don’t stop. And do keep sharing. It’s important to see.
I am active here https://petrosphotographs.wordpress.com/ , but not ideal for sharing to many eyes.