Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment

Montreal, Canada (2010)

We are only beginning to learn what to say in a photograph. The world we live in is a succession of fleeting moments, any one of which might say something significant. –Alfred Eisenstaedt
I took the above photograph while walking alone in the business district in Montreal, Canada back in 2010. It was raining at the time of this photo. The mist and cold was getting to me. And I missed everyone back home terribly. Traveling alone is a beautiful experience and I love it, but there are moments…if only for that one fleeting moment…
PHOTO: I didn’t edit out the women on the LHotel’s step because to me, that looks like a mother and daughter buttoning each others’ coats before strolling out in the cold. Really sweet. :)
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20 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment

  1. It is a beautiful photograph my friend. Those moments are absolutely natural
    And you are right, the ladies look very sweet :)

    Cheers
    CCU

    • Thank you CCU. I had some difficulties finding an appropriate photo to answer this challenge. Seems I need to take more photos and practice in this area…

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  3. Good thing you did not edited them out :) Their interaction only added to the “fleeting moment”.

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  12. I don’t know whether or not you realize it, but that version of LOVE originall appeared on a United States postage stamp back in January 1973. It was released in time for the Valentine card season. Google “Scott #1475.”

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