Sunday, January 13, 2008

Street Photography: Junk for Cash

Man, it's been ages since I last posted. I had a problem with by internet connection. Apparently, my wireless antenna allegedly had a virus infection, so, I wasn't able to connect to the net for 5 days now. Anyway, had my antenna replaced (hope they don't charge me for that), so now here I am photoblogging again.

I was driving around Manila when I came across this huge tricycle "pedicab" (almost 1/3 the length of my car) filled with recyclable, "re-sellable", materials. Took this again with my N95. This time I tried taking a black and white photo. I think this is my first attempt in street photography. It's quite exciting. You just never know what kind of emotions, scenes you can capture on the street.

2 comments:

elay said...

this one says a lot about the kind of streets we have, and the kind of life these people lead..but for all the strife, its a noble life.

you're quite good..! keep it up!

dailyphotographer said...

hey elay, thanks!:D
Anyway, I totally agree, but at least they're trying to make a clean living despite their conditions. True Filipino fighting spirit.

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