My 24 most memorable mobile snaps of the month gone by.
Scattered ruminations on urban development, gentrification and future cities.
After a tea break, in a small alley not far from the Sultan Ahmet Mosque, better known as the Blue Mosque, in Istanbul.
Piles of paper to be recycled sit in front of a sex shop on the Badenerstrasse in Zurich.
Passing time between trains.
Do you think that arm is still there?
Zebra lines. And a warm hello, welcome and thanks, too.
Much better than Doisneau’s.
That’s pretty much all there is to say about this image. ICYMI, I reworked this slightly this evening, an old favorite that inspired me to try my hand at creating phone cases and skins a while back. I only sold one; despite those lousy sales figures I still think it works pretty well. I’ll be giving… Continue reading Man Carrying Four Mannequins, Quito
Remembering an encounter with a homeless man in Bogota.
Working as in working for a living on the streets.
I had my camera on my lap and my window rolled down for much of my round-trip drive across Uganda in the waning days of March. Here’s another case where I was glad I did.
Watch your step.
More specifically, a stuffed animal and socks peddler.
Friday afternoon street side fish fry. The traffic was so thick we could have easily stepped out and grabbed a meal without missing a beat. Next time. ~~ Today’s Pic du Jour, the site’s 1,190th straight, was snapped in Kampala, Uganda, on 31 March 2017. Share!
I’m back near the Ugandan capital Kampala this evening in neighboring Entebbe, depending upon traffic, some 30 minutes to four hours away. Tonight we were fairly fortunate; the journey, largely along a part-dirt part gravel unfinished new expressway, took less than two hours (Thanks, Richard!). Tomorrow I’ll have most of the day to explore a… Continue reading Roadside butchery, Mubende, Uganda
Mission: to leave no rafter undusted.
Admit it. You didn’t know it was World Poetry Day today either until just now.
Revisiting a connection from the present to the past.
4 March 2015.