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Street photography in New York

  Walking down the street in Manhattan you never know what you’ll encounter. What title should we give this?  Monk in the city?  Texting while walking? All of my photography is available as signed, numbered, limited-edition prints.  Learn more by clicking here. Follow all of my street photography here: FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM, GOOGLE, PINTEREST, TWITTER, flickr, tumblr, LINKEDIN Liam’s list of street photographers & street […]

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Cute street photography in New York City

  And then there are some street photographs that are so cute, they don’t need an explanation. All of my photography is available as signed, numbered, limited-edition prints.  Learn more by clicking here. Follow all of my street photography here: FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM, GOOGLE, PINTEREST, TWITTER, flickr, tumblr, LINKEDIN Liam’s list of street photographers & street photography, click here. #miamistreetphotographer #streetphotography #streetphotographer #streetartistry  #streetogs #miami #photographer

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Apple tree? – South Beach street photography

Apple Tree? – South Beach street photography   When I travel, one of my favorite activities is people watching – whether I’m sitting at a street-side cafe or walking an entire city. And some of the best people-watching in Miami takes place on Lincoln Road in South Beach.  In fact Lincoln Road is one of […]

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Oscar Fuentes a.k.a. The Biscayne Poet at The Vagabond Motel

  Oscar Fuentes “The Biscayne Poet” is the artist-in-residence this weekend at The Vagabond Motel. All of my photography is available as signed, numbered, limited-edition prints.  Learn more by clicking here. Follow all of my street photography here: FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM, GOOGLE, PINTEREST, TWITTER, flickr, tumblr, LINKEDIN Liam’s list of street photographers & street photography, click here. How do you define street photography? In their book […]

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Little Havana street photography

Little Havana is a real community where you’ll see retirees out doing their marketing all along Calle Ocho’s business district.  I spotted this woman across the street and ran one block ahead of her to catch this. All of my photography is available as signed, numbered, limited-edition prints.  Learn more by clicking here. Follow all of […]

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Street photography on Calle Ocho in Little Havana

  It’s amazing how a horse can literally stop all traffic both cars and pedestrians.  Nearly everyone on the block stopped what they were doing to watch this mounted police officer cross the street. All of my photography is available as signed, numbered, limited-edition prints.  Learn more by clicking here. Follow all of my street photography […]

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Street photography in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District

  You just never know what you’ll find wandering around Wynwood. The two key elements of the photo: foreground 2 street cleaners pushing trash barrels and the background huge photo on the wall.  Either of these two elements by itself is not remarkable.  But when you put them together, it creates something interesting.  I loved […]

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Street photography in Miami’s Overtown District

  Is that real?! Another distinct neighborhood in Miami is called Overtown near downtown.  On Monday I spent some time riding my bicycle all around here when out of the corner of my eye I saw this scene about 100 feet behind house.  At first I didn’t believe what I was seeing.  And yes, I […]

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Street photography in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District

  Wynwood! One of the aspects that I truly appreciate about Miami is the number and diversity of all the different neighborhoods.  And another of my favorite is the Wynwood Arts District or Wynwood and simply “The Wood.” If you’re in Miami and want some “color”, this is the place.  And I also love the […]

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Ball & Chain – photographing Little Havana

  Ball & Chain in Little Havana Most street photographers have their “favorite” locations and one of mine (not the only one) is Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood.  And one of my favorite stops on Calle Ocho is the historic night club, Ball & Chain.  Technically this is not street photography but I often take some […]

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Man don’t work, woman don’t eat – street photography in West Coconut Grove

Man don’t work, woman don’t eat? Riding my bicycle through West Coconut Grove, I occasionally see this van and have been dying to know the story behind it. It turns out the owner has been catering since ’79 and simply wanted a name for his business that people would remember.  I’d say he succeeded. What […]

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Photographing Ybor City’s night life

  Photographing Ybor City’s night life. If you visit Tampa, invariably everyone will tell you to visit Ybor City — a historic neighborhood in the central city which used to be the cigar rolling capital of the world.  Seriously.  At one point more cigars were rolled in Tampa versus any city in the world including […]

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Street photography in Tampa’s Ybor City

  Street photography in Tampa’s Ybor City When I told my neighbor I was going to spend the weekend in Tampa for a street photography workshop and wanted advice on where to visit, she quickly said I had to see Ybor City.  She went on to describe Ybor as a “cross between Miami’s Little Havana […]

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