Said it before, I cannot fail to repeat it. Street photography is like a child's dream: we start with some broken toys and then we fall asleep to arrive at the most complex of stories ever. Likewise, street photography starts with some accidental circumstances to then take form in a magic equilibrium and to tell a story in a fraction of a second.
Florina, a very capable sketcher, draws graceful curved lines (the horse's back, the clay stack), puts a vertical stabilising pole, and quickly assembles a wooden cube and roof to complete the puzzle.
Is anybody out there who would take some time to correct the lens flare and avoid the overexposure? If yes, you are waisting your time and talent. Don't think twice! Just shoot!
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