Jeff Damron, Street Photographer?

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St. Mark Square, 6 am

I’ve never thought of myself as a street photographer.  I’ve never really understood a lot of what seems to pass as “street” photography these days, which often appears to me to be snaps of people walking randomly, frequently away from the camera.  I’ve stumbled upon a bit more interesting photographs on Youtube lately in which background architecture and lighting seem to be the most importants aspects, with people walking there mostly for perspective.  I often don’t get those either, but some strike me as a really interesting.  And those picture have gotten me thinking about my my own.  Although I don’t typically go out on the “streets” for photography, I certainly seem to go there when I’m traveling.  And with this in mind, I’ve combed through the last ten years of my photographs and found a hundred or so that I think fall within this more expansive definition of street photography.  Here are some from a vacation to Italy taken in June.

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Monk on Cell, Assisi
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Nun, Assisi
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Florian Cafe, Venice
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Dome, Milan
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Lugano, Switzerland
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Market, Lugano
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Lugano
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Assisi
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Assisi
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Assisi
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Assisi
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Assisi
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Assisi
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The Duomo, Florence
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Florence

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JeffDamron

Husband, father, hillbilly, attorney, photographer, writer, reader, Monday crossword puzzle solver, gamer, omnivore, blogger, laugher, and spiritual seeker. Not a fan of labels. But I do love irony.

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