StART’ing Back Up

Some more favorite shots from this past Sunday’s StART On The Street. Once again, the Nikon F3HP, and Kodak BW400CN, developed in  the C-41 process. Nikkor 35, 50, 105, and 135mm lenses.

There were indeed many street performers with musical instruments in the sidewalks, alongside the event. This gentleman, with his guitar, and harmonica. Case open for donations-

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Strumming For Cash

I think this woman was like the Hula Hoop guru-

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More Hoops

This was one of my favorite shots with the 35mm lens. As mentioned on an earlier blog entry, I think it is more of a normal focal length than 50mm. Not to say that is not also a great length- it is. But, there is something magical about a 35 when you get down to ground level. Here, some volunteers, making the rounds before things get started-

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Getting ready for cleanup.

Of course, there is always time for chatting, and making new friends:

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Hanging Out

These folks had some great photos. Not sure which group/cause they were from:

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Smiles

Speaking of smiles, this was one of the more blinding ones from the day!

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Metal Material And Arts

Finally, speaking of metal, how about a little fencing and swords? Higgins Armory was a pleasant site. This, in their last year. I think they are closing in December. Good thing this was such a perfect day. Those outfits do look rather warm.

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Unguard!!!!

Still searching for that favorite ‘money shot”, and still really hard-pressed to find it. I love them all so far.

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