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On Every Sunday


YMO Second Line.

One every Sunday.

Sometimes.

The Young Men Olympians second line parade was postponed because — you’ll love this — their shoes didn’t arrive on time. Missing shoes caused scheduling problem all down the line.

They made it out on Sunday. The second line was worth the wait. Six divisions, composed of groups who joined YMO. One division was made up of the children. You’ll see that later this week. It’s enough to say that, man, they could really dance. Almost enough to make me considering making videos.

For me, personally, it was an interesting day. I started photographing from almost the minute I got out of my car. I walked with them for a long ways. Most telling, I didn’t have my usual hurts and pains. I felt so good that I didn’t even need my usual recovery time. Of course, everything tends to equal out. I slept way too late today. Now I’m racing to catch up.

Oh well.

The good news is that I also feel pretty good today. My exploring dog was patient and was rewarded with a very long walk. All still good.

The picture. Not much to say. It’s just straight photojournalism. No improvements were needed. Notice my choice of genre. I didn’t use street photography because that term has become so broad that it has become meaningless. Crowdsourcing isn’t always right.

 

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4 Comments

  1. street photography because that term has become so broad that it has become meaningless. ….the little boxes of photography are also interesting as I joined an abstract group 🤓 and well that definition was a tad troubling to me…

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