Author Archives: Little Observationist

About Little Observationist

Appreciating life's little luxuries.

Fragments


It’s interesting to find two shots in your archives that seem similar despite being taken at completely different times and even in different countries. Both of these photos sort of break conventional rules. There is no focal point. I liked … Continue reading

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Shadow Play


A spot of sun lights up a square on the wall, casting shadows just before the sunset starts. I tried a few objects there in the few minutes the light stuck around, but I think the first one with the … Continue reading

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Through The Eyes Of: Pushpinder Singh Bagga


Inspired by the colors and culture of India, Pushpinder has created a vibrant portfolio of people and places. Technology has played a great role in his work. He’s used his other talent in web design to promote his own work … Continue reading

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The Eye: Graham F Kerr


This is “Bob the Goth”, as shot by Graham F Kerr. Bob is checking out Graham’s first book of photography – images of all the characters he’s photographed around London’s Camden Town. As you can see from the first time … Continue reading

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Niagara Falls, New York


Under the ice and snow, much of the park on the American side was blocked off, but we walked along to Three Sisters Island and got as close as we could to the Falls. White was the dominant color in … Continue reading

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A Greek Sunset


It is impossible to watch a sunset and not dream. Bern Williams I’ve never captured a sunset photo that I really liked. They always seem cliche. But this one was different. We were in Greece, near the sea, and perhaps … Continue reading

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Through The Eyes Of: Anne Greiner


Anne loves people. You can see the connection she builds with strangers, the trust in their eyes, the way their faces open to her camera. A genuine interest in their lives has enabled her to create a portfolio that sucked … Continue reading

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Lensbaby


Does anyone else have a Lensbaby? I just got a Composer with the accessories kit and I’m trying to experiment. I’ve only taken it around the house so far, but I’ve found it’s difficult to get a shot that’s got … Continue reading

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The Eye: Kat Sloma


Living in Italy for a few years, Kat has been using her new surroundings to expand her creative eye. Her shots, like these two below, give off an atmospheric Italian vibe. This first image of a Vespa was taken in … Continue reading

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Fisherman’s Park


My hands were numb holding my camera the day I walked down to Fisherman’s Park. The wind was kicking up the snow and Niagara River increased the chill. It’s a pretty little park in North Tonawanda. In the summer, when … Continue reading

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