This week I am dedicating my posts to photographs that don't include direct human interaction. These are not undemanding images of quiet streets, windows, or doors. Each image tells a story, explores the culture, and poses additional questions.
We visited with several families as we crossed the vast Mongolian steppe. Their gers (round living structures) were brightly decorated and often equipped with a small solar panel, satellite dish, and a TV. Here an old B&W Russian TV displays a news program, perhaps an interview of a local herder. The TV sits atop a more modern cable box and remote control. I leave it as an exercise for the viewer to explore the other details of daily life in this image. #mongolia#russiantv#tv#color#withintheframeadventures
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Most of my favourite street images have happened when I least expect them. In the mall, at the bus stop, on the road. Not while on a photowalk. Having a phone camera in hand always helps! Today, I visited @artsciencemuseumsg to attend the media preview of #windwalkersasm by Theo Jansen. This is just outside the shoppes @marinabaysands where I saw the beautiful shadows and noticed the kid run across them. Street photography=Joy