Observations of places and things in a disconnected postmodern world
Category: Urban Settings
There is such pleasure in photographing urban areas, especially established neighbourhoods and small provincial towns. They have their own feel and vibe. On a weekday, the suburbs are empty and you can feel a sense of peace and solitude. As you stroll along the quiet pavement you meet the older generation who stop to talk and bid you well. It seems on those days that culture is most evident, seeping out of ordinary buildings and ordinary places where lives have been lived and spent.
A Sense of Place
“It seems to be all right with me. As far as I can see it’s not a bad street…that incident happened with that child, but it’s not an ongoing thing around here…the neighbours all get on well, but we don’t get in each others faces.”