Thursday, February 10, 2011

Day 5: Photo of a favorite memory

It's hard to take a photo that holds the depth and breadth of a moment.
The light, the people, the feelings and atmosphere are too great to fit in the second of "SNAP" to collect all of it.
But there are times, like this, that the photographer catches the right angle, at the right moment, and the right place that not only communicates feeling for the viewer but for the subject as well.
It was a summer night, full of music, energy and life. This picture makes me think of a moment filled with freedom of expectations and boundaries. Life was as open as the multitude of city streets and a bucket of side walk chalk.

T.L. Eastman 2/11

(Photos taken by Relevant Ministries August of 2009)


John Kim said...

I remember doing a sidewalk art, I did it in the moment, and it came out great.

Mel said...

Very cool photos--but what's not cool about getting down to colour with chalk?!

( my case the 'getting up'. LOL)