Crisp Moments of Street Life

Life as the philosophic category can have different forms and meanings – we can distinguish social life, personal life, physical life, spiritual life, etc. Street life is also among those specific forms of life. With a firm affixment to outdoor environment, street life represents the form of universal co-existence between people, animals, transport, architecture, and many other objects of the animate and inanimate nature. When you cross the threshold of your house or apartment, you immediately become part of the street life. It can be funny and inspiring, sometimes even scary or desperate, but always dynamic, vivid, and live.

With the following photography showcase, we offer you to make a virtual tour to the street life. Vagrant musicians and police officers, beloved couples and pigeons, umbrellas and taxi cab lights – it is the street that mixes and combines all these different components into a fabulous mosaic, just like a kaleidoscope mixes different colored glass pieces to form a versatile yet well-ordered ornament of colors and shapes. Cities are often compared to living organisms, and wondering around the streets is, perhaps, the best way to feel the soul of that organism, its uniqueness and inimitableness. Photographs, presented below, are nothing but portrays of the street life, captured and imprinted by a skillful photographer for us to be able to see things, which often escape from the passing glance of a preoccupied passerby.

Quo Vadis? by Marek Sawicki

Distracted by PPéter

Photo by Corrado Chiozzi

Funny How Time Slips Away by Bjornar Sollie

Photo by nissim

Fun in the Sun by David Scarbrough

In a row by kostas

Photo by Marie DAYNIE

No Pasaran by Elaine Vallet

Photo by Ivana Triossi

Singing Break by Veríssimo Dias

Saint patience by Alexey Danilchenko

Photo by Tatsuo Suzuki

Photo by Tatsuo Suzuki

Gothic Rain by Jeffrey Morris

Water play by Johan Korteniemi

ShowerBisinis by Roby Bon

Reflections by Dennis Bautista

The Walk Home by Rich Meadows

Optimism by Jernej Lasic

Snow Ball by Ricky Siegers

One of Victor Hugo’s Wretched by Marin Marinov

Heat by Rudi Kokic

Wait by José Fangueiro

Arrest by Andrew Thatcher

Through the teargas by Devid Camerlynck

All The Worlds A Stage by Bryon Zammit

The musician and the child by Claudio Pio

Techno Parade 2009 by Petitelfe

Thriller by Andre du Plessis

Lost by photographiste

Photo by PhotographerNL

Ghosts of the City by Anil Tamer Yilmaz

Boat on the river by agnostic

Runaway Girls by gunnisal

Bubble by Fashteam

it´s a man´s world… by Ulrike Morlock

Rasta Man by Mark Boyle

Havana by Marc Apers

Me & Myself by Shay Sapir

Photo by biser

Line… by bakisu

Tekel workers’ resistance by bakisu

The children jump rope by ibranoglu

My Stage by Tevl Lo

:-) by Monica

Run run run by NeveN

kid`s :-) by Robert

The Street is a Catwalk by Danny Santos II

Rain by Navid Baraty

Hip Hop Culture // Street by Anthony Kurtz

New York City by Thomas Cristofoletti

People of L.A. by Thomas Cristofoletti

Street Scenes by Danny Santos II

Street by David Kavaler

Night of the Arts in Helsinki by Christoffer Relander

Peoples in my eyes by Lukasz Lenckowski

Random Street shots by Mista Skee

SIDEWALK & CITY by John Wildgoose

Random playground by Andres Garcia Lachner

Skaters in Williamsburg (lamono magazine) by Dánae Cuesta

Madrid es el Rastro by Thomas Cristofoletti

Cinematic moment… by Rasoloarison Live

City Surfers by Ken Hermann

Discover Kathmandu, Nepal by Manik and Ratan

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With 30 years of life experience behind my shoulders, today I find myself focused mainly around two core values: my family (I am a happy husband and a proud father) and IT in its broadest meaning, including but not limited to hardware and software techniques and innovations. My special interest and true passion is photography. Here I am ready to put my signature under each word, once said by Dorothea Lange: “The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera.” Being a part of Cruzine team, I enjoy instant process of learning as well as sharing my own experience in photography and IT with the readers of this digital magazine.