BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

NEIGHBOURHOOD WALKS (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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The first time I passed by this mural, a truck was parked directly in front of it. When I went back the other day I was able to take a couple of shots before the space was occupied again. It’s a fun bit of wall art. The second photo was taken on a busy block of commercial and residential buildings. The truck was a standout and I found the photo quite effective in black and white. Both taken with my Fuji XT-1.

29 thoughts on “NEIGHBOURHOOD WALKS (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. I love the sign with the photo of the moose! Great shots!

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  2. Wonderful street art, and you captured it skillfully, Belinda. Like seeing the skin art sign included with the truck art.

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  3. You have a good eye, Belinda 🙂 The b&w really works well!

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  4. These are both remarkable photos – the details are very interesting!

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  5. Nice Belinda! They are Really Cool!

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  6. It’s fun exploring with you!

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  7. I also like the real grass under the running moose! Terrific captures, Belinda.

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  8. The figure on the truck is Slash – guitarist for Guns n’ Roses. Out of interest, any idea what the truck was about?

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  9. I’ve never seen a cannabis “food truck” before.
    Though the two would go hand in hand.

    Love the moose.

    Paz

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  10. Perfect moose with the “oddities” sign! The truck is a great subject, and very nice clarity with the brick houses on either side.

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  11. Lots of art….moose, tattoo, painted truck…!

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  12. I like how they have the moose running, as if panicked by the busy traffic.

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