Candid Photography along my travels – documentary and street pictures of people and lifestyles from places I have visited.
— Read on www.travelways.com/candid-photography-along-my-travels/
It’s a real treat to reblog Tatiana’s Travelways post of candid photography from her many travels. She even has an artists’ travel image group she curates on Fine Art America, plus travel features on Pinterest, Twitter and Facebook!
The sample image top of this post is just a sample of the 17 images on her post!
Simply a visual treat! ❤️
As Tatiana says at the open of her post —
When I travel I often take candid photography. In fact, it is rare when I don’t. That’s because I think that showing people is a good way to get the sense of a place.www.travelways.com/candid-photography-along-my-travels/
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