'Night Wait' by Los Angeles photographer Rinzi Ruiz highlights how something as routine and mundane as waiting for a bus at a bus stop during the night can be captured in a dramatic fashion. The woman is made the focal point through the bus shelter light above her. despite it being at night it is a strong street image in my opinion
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For Those not afraid of a leaky boat. They laugh at the leak and set sail in spite of it.
Todd Hido. “I’m an art photographer,” Hido explained. “I just do photos of suburban neighborhoods. Long-exposure stuff.” “Well,” the guy said, “be careful. The cars come roaring through here.” “Yeah, thanks.”
I dig train stations. It provides a balance between man, machine, the earth and creativity. They're dirty, gritty, wallpapered with street art, and glimmering with metal moving violently under flickering fluorescent lights.