Traffic – San Francisco

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Thinking about Richard  Guest’s post Realm of Dusk  http://thefutureispapiermache.wordpress.com/,  collage of photographs. Thinking about David Hockney’s exhibit, The Big Picture http://hockney.famsf.org/,  the way he experimented with different media. Thinking about Otto’s post  http://munchow.wordpress.com/philosophy,  trust in the creative process and find your own voice. And, thinking about a collaboration I did with Emily Hughes  http://journeyofaphotograph.com/2013/10/08/night-train-to-sapa/  And, Karen’s creative glimpses into her world http://drawandshoot.me/  (I think we were putting together our posts at the same time) I snapped some shots with my cell phone while driving to San Francisco during rush hour.  (Nope, I wasn’t driving.) This mélange is a quick capture of the traffic scene from 4 to 6 on November 14th 2013. Some images may be worth double clicking, like the abstract ones. The others? I was just clicking away with my cell phone. Just having fun playing around while spending a couple of hours in traffic !

18 thoughts on “Traffic – San Francisco

  1. Carla, these are heady images. It’s wonderful the way they get more abstract as the light changes.
    All these influences and inspirations rattling around in our collective brains lead to wonderful things. : )

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  2. Creativity is all about having fun! And it’s great how we may inspire one another in different ways. These may be quick images taken under ways with your iPhone, but they have a magical energy and an engaging dynamic about them. My favourites are the one with the side mirror and the first of the abstractions. Wonderful!

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