What a difference a day makes! On Saturday, the sun was blazing and the temperature was almost balmy. The next day, Sunday, the weather turned cold, and a fickle sun came and went every few minutes. The difference in light quality is readily apparent from the photos I took on the two consecutive days. Sunday's photos are shown here; Saturday's can be found at Moody XXX.
The Pickle Restaurant sits at the foot of Moody Street. It serves breakfast and lunch only, and closes by mid-afternoon. It is popular with college students because, I’m told, there's a lot to choose from on the menu, and portions are big. Before COVID, the Sunday wait line would often stretch around the block.
It has taken me quite a while to make the adjustment from nature photography (when I lived on a pond) to street photography—that is, from critters to people. Finally my technique and style are starting to gel, allowing me more time to consider my subjects, as I believe this series attests.