Tag Archives: Street Photography

David Runnacles

Several posts over the past three or four years have shown or mentioned the work of David Runnacles, a street photographer based in Cambridge.  His work has now been featured in INSPIRED EYE | Street Photography Magazine + Insights Video … Continue reading

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Walking 41

‘…walking articulates both physical and mental freedom.’  

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Walking 39

‘…it is both means and end, travel and destination.’

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Walking 37

‘…a way to bask in the faint human warmth of brief encounters, acquaintances, greetings, and overheard conversations.’

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Walking 35

‘No walk, as far as I am concerned, is ever wasted.’

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Walking 34

‘…the idea of a city as a place of unmediated encounters…’

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Walking 29

‘In the city, one is alone because the world is made up of strangers…’

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Walking 24

‘…surrealism’s domain was the street and the stroll was a crucial practice in its attempt to subvert and challenge our perceptions.’

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Walking 23

‘…making the invisible visible…’

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Walking 20

‘…the key problem at the heart of the urban experience: are we individuals, or are we part of the crowd?’ 

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Walking 18

‘…the reliable value of putting one foot in front of another.’ 

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Walking 16

‘We are not at home in the streets of our cities.’

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Walking 13

‘…walking can be a form of self-avoidance…’

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Walking 3

‘You are not alone.  You walk in the city side by side with the living and the dead.’ 

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Walking 1

‘The street is the only region of valid experience’, according to Andre Breton in Najda, quoted by Matthew Beaumont in The Walker – On Finding and Losing Yourself in the Modern City (2020).  I think this is pushing the perils … Continue reading

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