In November 2003 I took a trip with Ellie and her brother to Montreal, where they were born and grew up. One cold, clear night Gary and I walked around the streets of the city to where I took this photograph of Saint Joseph’s Oratory with the stars over the dome. I posted the photograph on Google+ in 2012 and was asked yesterday where it had gone. I’m glad I was asked as it’s a favourite of mine and brings back such good memories of our time together.
Original Post: March 29, 2012
These girls are carrying bags 3 times bigger than my camera bag! Doing what kids do best, shoelaces untied, daisy chains in the hair, best friends together walking to school in the sun. (Or have they just left home?)
Photographed in Germany in May, 2006
If you think MeWe is a great platform, what do you think of this?
Waiting for the Bus
How to dress and how not to dress while waiting for the bus. I’ll let you decide what works best for you.
Photograph taken in Karlsruhe, Germany. Originally posted in Google+ in 2012, now safely on my website in the gallery of Street Photography (click image for the full gallery of Street Photography.
Waiting in Lines – Steven Kennard 2012
Originally posted in G+ for the theme Monochrome Monday in May 2012, this image fit today’s #joinindaily theme of “Horizontal Lines” on MeWe. I have already shared an image for that theme, so this is a bonus image, rescued and brought to my photo galleries on my site.
In Passing – Steven Kennard 2012These two images have been rescued from the original posting on G+, 2012.
Original post: In Passing – Caption This
I have two images of this train window as it passed me by in the station. The second one has the man leaping up in his seat and leaning towards the girl (below). I never saw what happened next. He didn’t seem angry, just very animated and she sat quite passively as he carried on his monologue.
A tradition in so many parts of Europe and so relaxing to watch, the game of boules is always played in open public spaces such as gravel paths in parks and in towns or village squares. It’s lovely to see such a strong community outdoor life that still carries on today. It’s a typical recreational pastime – a part of European life that you never seem to see in the New World. This photograph was taken in Karlsruhe, Germany.
This photograph is in my gallery of Street Photography which you can browse by clicking or tapping on the image.
The Cloaked Terrace – Steven Kennard 2012
This photograph was taken in Germany, in Karlsruhe in 2007. I loved how the closed umbrellas seemed like floating cloaked figures.
As Google+ is closing down I will be moving my photographs that I shared there to my website. This is the first of those and so I am sharing with my subscribers. Not all of these posts will be notified by email. I hope you enjoy seeing some of these older photographs.