Yield to Pedestrians by Cara Schingeck

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One day in 2004, as I walked through Pike Place Market (located in Seattle, Washington, USA), I took this black and white photograph of a homeless man with an overturned shopping cart.

That day was one of many days that changed how I now see my world…

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CAMERA DATA:
Canon PowerShot G3; shutter 1/50 Aperture f/2.8, focal 8.0mm

Comments

  • moyo
    moyoalmost 4 years ago

    this is a quite sarcastic picture. the messages: pike rd., no stops – tow away zone, meet etc.
    i love it to no ends….
    masterpiece of photojournalism.

  • artisandelimage
    artisandelimagealmost 4 years ago


    bravo !
    my best, your host (francis).

  • Thank you for the feature. Very much appreciated.

    – Cara Schingeck

  • SPFisher
    SPFisheralmost 4 years ago

    great eye and shot Cara

  • icesrun
    icesrunalmost 4 years ago

    Just a wonderful message I just wish more people thought of it like you do. Your capture is a wonderful one, and a heart rendering one that no one cared to help him. I see it so much in my line of work. Thank you for hleping him and submitting a wonderful photo.

  • kellbellrauch
    kellbellrauchalmost 4 years ago

    i love this shot! I’ve walked in this very location on one of my trips to Seattle, and remember buying and munching on the best blueberries i have ever had lol ;) love it!

  • Thank you Kelly for your comment and your appreciation of my photograph…you are so right about this great place in Seattle…I love the market, one of – actually if memory serves, the oldest continuously running markets in the Northwest…great history and great people do live and work here and so lively . just not on this day, but actually on this day that I took the shot it still is full of what the market represents because the market is a great example of humanity…there is an International Hostel just down the alley way from the market and so many people from around the world are walking in the marketplace from so many cultures, farmers from all over come here with wonderful fresh produce and all of the urban gardens also bring their produce too…great blueberries are the best

    – Cara Schingeck

  • rightasrain
    rightasrainalmost 4 years ago

    perfect photo! everything about it..

  • Thank you!

    – Cara Schingeck

  • dedmanshootn
    dedmanshootnalmost 4 years ago

    good shot and love the treatment

  • Thank you.

    – Cara Schingeck

  • Ann Warrenton
    Ann Warrentonalmost 4 years ago

  • TEEJAY1309
    TEEJAY1309almost 4 years ago

  • Sally Omar
    Sally Omarover 3 years ago

    CONGRATULATIONS, FEATURED IN ART INSPIRED BY WRITTEN WORDS!!!!!!!!!!

  • Thank you for featuring my work

    – Cara Schingeck

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