In homage to Henri Cartier-Bresson, my greatest hero of photography, I try to take photos showing the fortuitous blending of human activities into what seems to be a “decisive moment.” (I of course don’t pretend to approach Cartier-Bresson’s skill, and, unlike his, most of my “moments” are accidents.)
I did one of these photos in St. Petersburg, and here’s one I took two weeks ago in Valencia, Spain (click to enlarge):
Or, as the master himself would have done it (his greatest photos are in black and white, taken with a small rangefinder Leica):
I have a ton of photos from Spain, including of course many food photos. Later this week I’ll post about the great paellas of Valencia, and about the fantastic market there.