Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Street Photography

Just because I love the streets of Amsterdam….

And that’s how the streets of Amsterdam look like. You see cars, trams, people, bikes…but if you love your life, make sure to look right and left for the bikers. No one wears helmets (except for foreigners and race bikers), and not always they will respect the traffic lights.

A tram stop is a fantastic place to see he city inhabitants.

I am joining Lens and Pens by Sally, who hosts each Monday the Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge.

Shot with an iPhone5

The schedule theme for this week’s challenge is: Challenger’s Choice

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31 thoughts on “Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Street Photography

      • shikes – the disease of the modern age. Australia is like that too now – when i go home, so many unhappy faces. i cant bear to be in shopping centres, the energy is soooo draining. people stuck with their mobile phones in their faces, you say hello to someone and they look at you like you are a lunatic! with only a few exceptions. crazy modern world!

        • I don’t know if it’s modern age or just a characteristic of the culture in Northern Europe, which is more individualistic. People focus on their own life and don’t stop to talk or look at anyone, except if they’re older. However if you approach them with a smile or say hello, you surely will get a positive reaction. That’s interesting.

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