When I grow up, I want to take more pictures of people and fewer of flowers. It’s photos of faces that move me, but—to be brutally honest—I have a courage deficit when it comes to pointing the camera at people I don’t know. On Saturday we had brunch at Havana on Commercial Drive, “the Drive” in Vancouver parlance; Havana has managed to stay stylish for years and years, the food’s good, room and patio are nice, and the Drive has outstanding people-watching. So I shot some of ’em.
These have all been pretty heavily PhotoShopped, but I think meet basic standards of Photointegrity. Try enlarging a couple and see if you agree about flowers and faces.