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Friday Finds - Street Finds

Welcome to Friday Finds.....

Let's celebrate what we have found, discovered..... uncovered...this past week.

What is Friday Finds ?.... You ask....

Friday Finds is a place to gather and share your finds with fellow creatives....

So many find possibilities.....unique treasures...... special moments..... life's lessons......little things.....big things too...... nature's beauty..... heart shaped stones, a special cup.....a pretty flower....wise words....
it's endless.....

To play along... post your find on flickr or your blog... share the story behind your to Friday Finds (feel free to grab the button below).....then pop over here to link up.

Simply put..... you are invited to post a fabulous find of any kind..... 

My wish for Friday Finds.....that we stop .... pause.....simply.... cherish life's simple pleasures......

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My Friday Finds

I've been thinking a lot about this space.... how a blog tells the story of our life....  and Oh my goodness... how my story has changed.

It will be so interesting to look back at this space.... this time.... It's just so different from our 'real life'.

As much as I want to be much as I love home.... and all it's comforts.... There's been many gifts here..... especially creatively.....

I've been stretching my style...... I mean seriously..... today's photos far from 'me'..... But, I'm thankful for the opportunity to stretch and grow..... 

I have a real love for street photography..... Now that we are in the city....I've actually been able to give it a go.....there's so many fascinating people and places to shoot. 

I thought the fellow up top was amazing.... His music was beautiful.... I really wish I had filmed this...... so I could capture the lovely sound..... 

And this fellow..... I've seen him 3 mornings in a row.... on the same bench.... at first I thought he was crying... his position ....seemed so defeated...But I think he's simply sitting in the morning sun....sleeping.... his cane..... a head rest.........

When the time finally comes...when we can make our way home.... I won't have to say.... 'hello lovelies, we are back.....'
My photos will continue to tell the story...our story........
pretty pictures....and Benny....My words... a little lighter... a little brighter.... 


I can't wait for that day to come....... But, for now... I give thanks for this space....for each of you....that visits....and shares your finds and photos..... with so much gratitude......

Have a beautiful weekend.....

Please share your Friday Finds below..... 



Reader Comments (14)

Lovely street photos, Kim !
Have a nice weekend,
August 16, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterSylvia
I am LOVING your street photos - so beautiful. You need to find a way to keep this going when all has settled and you are back at home!!!!!
August 16, 2013 | Unregistered Commentercathy @ ma vie trouvee
These are exceptional photos, each one speaking for themselves probably differently to each one of us...beautiful Kim.
August 16, 2013 | Unregistered Commenterlynn
Kim, I'm amazed at how you are able to find the blessings in remind me that life is precious, always. Thank you! This is a reminder I need to hear. It's wonderful to see this new street-photography side of you - I love all your photos! You continue to be in my thoughts and prayers. xo
August 16, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterSherri B.
I'm loving your street photos too... it's something I would like to try, but I'm never in a city long enough, and when I am, it's usually at a store :(. I adore the shot of the man on the bench - simply stunning.
August 16, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterBarb
I love how you are looking at this time in your life and how it is showing in your photography. Love the processing on the gentlemen on the bench.
August 16, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterBarBbara Hurst
a favorite quote of mine is 'change often comes bearing gifts' by price pritchett. i think we just have to be open to seeing things differently to notice them. which you are. and it is such an inspiration. continued prayers for your family. love, kelly
August 16, 2013 | Unregistered Commenterkelly
Your growth through this whole experience is quite amazing. God is using you BIG TIME! Love the photo of the gentleman on the bench, so many stories I could create in my head from that photo. That to me is a great photo!
August 16, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterSarah
First time joining in ~ thank you so much! I look forward to visiting many of these featured blogs.

August 16, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterSuzanne
Love the emotion you captured Kim !!! I can imagine you look upon everything different now !! be strong !

August 16, 2013 | Unregistered Commenteraenee/Lily
Love this post and the photos. =)
August 16, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterAnnie
I'm admiring all your new photography work and watching you remarkable. Each comment above mine is so encouraging ... as you see, you are still inspiring us, encouraging us, as we follow your dramatic life change. God always shows us, if we look, for the best in difficult times...which so many of us have experienced. I feel truly blessed to be a part of your life, and so many, many others here in Kim's World. Thoughts and prayers continue from Indiana. Hugs and blessings to you! Beautiful processing, and extraordinary captures! Love - Beverly
August 17, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterBeverly
I love street photography too. I just don't get to do it. Seize the opportunity. Make the most of it dear one.
August 17, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterRoxi
Though I've been taking pictures for many years (started on film), I'm not generally a 'people' photographer. I've been told I should 'branch out', be bold, be brave. lol A few years ago I took a photograph (with permission) of a group of Mennonite children/young women. Unfortunately, I had a faulty camera at the time, and although I did capture the essence of what I had hoped the photograph to convey, it wasn't perfect. I moved on, not wanting to stand there snapping photographs of these young people whose parents had been so gracious as to let me photograph them to begin with.

I'm not sure why I've always balked at street photography, or photographing people.

The photo of the man on the bench speaks to me, it's so 'my' style, yet, if I saw that gentleman sitting there myself, I'd probably look, wonder, maybe smile, and walk on by, not wanting to intrude on his moment. A shot missed. A beautiful shot that speaks volumes.

Thank you for sharing. :-)
August 17, 2013 | Unregistered Commentercarole

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