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Sharleen of Sharleen Stuart Photography chose the theme for the month of May and her choice is Street Photography.

“Why Street Photography?  For me it takes me out of my comfort zone. I am happy shooting nature, and sunsets and beaches. Now I will confess, I do find that I am more comfortable doing street photography when I am on vacation rather than when I am at home.  I like to meander and to keep looking around me until something catches my attention.  Street Photography is me having the courage to go into a busy area urban or otherwise and shoot what I see in front of me.  The image may or may not have people in it.  It can be reflections, it can be graffiti, it can be shapes, or it may be people. You could take it looking straight on, or looking up, or looking down. You can frame it through doorways, or arches, or trees.  There are so many different aspects to Street Photography.  So I would encourage you to pick up your camera and go for a walk and then come back and share your images with us at Share Six. “

To view the Share Six photographers blogs you can click on each image or you can click on the first image and move from the first blog to the second by clicking on the link on the page that you are reading.

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Sharleen Stuart Photography


Cobert Photography


Applewood Photography


It’s Still Life Photography by Elizabeth Wilson


Wilhelmina Photography


Ceri Herd Photography


Roots and Twigs Photography


KG Ledbetter Photography

For the rest of the month of May and up until June 5th the theme is Street Photography.

We look forward to seeing your images on the topic Street Photography on our Facebook page and our Instagram Page.  Don’t forget to tag the Instagram posts with #sharesix_streetphotography. Each month we feature one artist on our Facebook and Webpage banner.  We will also do an interview with the featured artist and invited them to blog with us in the following period, so share your images to be a part of this opportunity.

Look out for the new theme on June 6.