Monday, November 25, 2013

American's Hometown Thanksgiving Parade

Our annual Thanksgiving Parade in Plymouth is a very well attended event, the streets are lined on both sides for miles with people of all ages out enjoying a day in the sun. Joe, Christy and I had a great time photographing it and watching all the activity, and there was a lot of activity! I loved all the interesting people and did my best to capture the feel of the day, Saturday, November 23rd. 
Passing the time blowing bubbles, nice to not see a smart phone...

Straight out of a Dickens novel.

This little girl asked a stranger if she could pet his dog, and just loved this dog at first sight.

Like father like son. 

 Very comfortable in these old fashioned clothes.
Lots of marching bands.

 An agreeable model.

Lost in thought.

Not sure I'm liking it here...

Marching in yellow satin. 

Monday, November 4, 2013

Street Photography in Boston Part 2

Boston on Parade day, celebrating winning the World Series!!

Girls having fun outside the Masonic Temple. The men were having a good time, too!

Autumn Reflections with my Canon DSLR

Christian Science Center pool.

Waiting in front of South Station. 


Walking back to Boston Gardens along Commonwealth Ave.

Sunday, November 3, 2013

Street Photography Workshop with Essdras

Essdras M. Suarez and I led a street photography workshop in Boston yesterday, and what a great day to be out and about in Boston!! Spirits were high, the Red Sox parade took place and thousands of people came to enjoy the celebration.
We had scheduled our workshop months ago, and having all the fans in town was an extra bonus for us, along with the mild, perfect weather. A great time was had by all, and here are a few photos I took during our 8 hours of walking around Boston. The workshop was through my website Photography Events by Amy.

 The Boston Police were ready and looking good.

An agreeable and fun group of photographers attended the workshop, great spirit and energy made for a wonderful day.

 Ahh, the fans...

 In Chinatown time stands still, the old way is honored.

 Two of our photographers interacting with people on the street.

 A father teaches his daughter how to throw a frisbee in the South End.

 A nice guy who was willing to have his picture made.

 By South Station

 Just taking a look. Christian Science Center

Kitty that is not Milo.