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Constant Movement

ISO200 50mm f/5.6 1/500sec

“As the World Passes Him By”

ISO200 50mm f/5.6 1/400sec

“Working Hard”

ISO1600 50mm f/5.6 1/640sec

“Doggy Stair Master”

ISO200 50mm f/5.0 1/1000sec

“Superman Worker”

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38 thoughts on “Constant Movement

  1. The beauty of black and white…
    Classic!
    😉

  2. that may be the most impressive gut I have ever seen..wow!

  3. Great set man, all of em. 🙂

  4. Some nice images again, Nick. Loving them!

  5. Sonel on said:

    Stunning shots once again Nick! 🙂

  6. ahh, street photography as real as it gets 🙂

  7. Yes, I know, it’s terrible the way my mind works, but I really really want to push that guy in!!!! LOL. Great shots 🙂

  8. It’s a good set, but the second photo is a great one!

  9. Santi on said:

    Fantastic set!!! Well seen!!

  10. Very nice set of B&W images, Nick! Am a big fan of B&W myself. Thanks for liking one of mine as well, and keep up the good work!

  11. chrisb-jwordsandimages on said:

    Wonderful street photography. Very powerful.

  12. Nice post. How long did he take to clear the frame? Wow!

  13. I think the first shot is great. I’m wondering what is he listening to and where is he going on that skateboard.

  14. Hi! Thanks for coming by my blog! I thought I’d follow you home,,I’m not a stalker..and I really am glad that I did….love these images:)

  15. Great B&W images!

  16. Tyler Bedgood on said:

    Superman worker is the best. It really looks out of place. Good decisive moment.

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