Londoners: Interactions

“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.”
– Elliott Erwitt

For today, I fished through the Flickr pool for a selection of photographs showing Londoners interacting. Last weekend was a weekend of interacting and it fascinates me endlessly to look at street photography of people who are together for whatever reason and how they behave around one another. I start to wonder how long they’ve know each other, perhaps whether it is the first time they met, whether they’ve just argued or where they are going. There’s always a story. Here’s a few shots of Londoners interacting taken by a few talented street photographers.

Book Lover by Sabine Thoele

How much longer? by John Kortland

Strictly lizard dancing by John Kortland

Tarot in Spitalfields Market, London by Where the Art Is

Te quiero by Graham F Kerr

Risky Business by John Kortland

Pull by Finger by John Kortland

Game, Set and Match to the Met by John Kortland

We Fear No Foe by Buckaroo Kid

Going Home by Sabine Thoele

And that’s all, folks! Add your own photos of Londoners interacting to the Flickr pool.


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