Since 2020 has limited my travel, I’ve decided to revisit old photos. I re-edited a few images from my 2014 trip to Breckenridge, Colorado.
While going through the images I thought about how much fun I had exploring this little town on my own. When I arrived, I parked my rental vehicle and never used it again until it was time to head back to Denver.
I walked everywhere.
I loved being able to walk to get my meals and enjoy the town. It was such a cute place. I found myself sitting and people watching for hours. I would love to be a street photographer but Phoenix doesn’t really offer much for that. I remember I went downtown on a Saturday to take photos and it was like a ghost town.
Phoenix is working to draw more people on the weekends with lots of new restaurants. Maybe once covid is over I will try again. I think street photography can be a great creative adventure!
I had several flower images. I do like to take pictures of flowers, probably because I cant grow them. I have a black thumb. I even kill succulents which are supposed to be very hard to kill. If I can’t grow ’em I can at least hang them on the wall!
I always love taking photos of buildings and random objects I find while walking. The blue truck was so fun to tumble across while out and about. It is one of my most popular images to date! I also love architecture, especially older buildings. They don’t build them like that anymore. Buildings and houses now lack the character of older ones. (oops, the bottom right corner wasn’t supposed to be in this group!)
And lastly, here are some of the street photography I did. These are some of my first real street photography images, at least since like college. And college was a very long time ago. I really like the top right corner. The man is running to get in line at the donut shop!