Thursday, December 30, 2010

Tripoli: People & Places Photo Exhibition (Part II)

I just got back from the “People & Places Photo Exhibition”. There were a lot of great shots of Tripoli, including three of mine. The three that were chosen to be exhibited turned out to be portraits, and I was asked by several people why my photos were of people and not places? I said that I had submitted several photos of places, but I guess I'm better at photos of people. I usually don't see much art in still life, its people that make pictures to me, and maybe thats a specialty I should consider more seriously:

--Coffee Break--
--Hello, Good Friend--
--Waiting On The World To Change--

It was a great exhibition and I’m glad most of my favorite people could make it! Here are some pics of the event from the talented photographer, Mr. Taha Naji:

Ymn and I

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