Consultation | The Lunchtime Portraits

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Visitors at a Catte Street entrance to the Bodleian Library with Sheldonian Theatre in the background

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In a Dark Place | The Lunchtime Portraits

In a dark place | The Lunchtime Portraits
Through the shop window of David John Pies, Covered Market, Oxford.

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Anticipation | The Lunchtime Portraits

I was worried that this dog would move before I could get my photo, …

Anticipation | The Lunchtime Portraits

… but I stood by and observed for a moment after the photo, and my worries were unfounded. He was still in the same dedicated stance when I left as when I’d first encountered him.

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Gazes | The Lunchtime Portraits

Passing down St Michael’s Street recently, I was struck by the intense mutual fondness in this staring contest, …

Gazes | The Lunchtime Portraits

… all framed perfectly in the surrounding doorway. I figured that I probably wouldn’t get the shot without disrupting the scene, so I chanced asking directly whether they’d mind a photo. They not only did not mind, they also fell right back into the gaze.

Right on.

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Blues | The Lunchtime Portraits

Blues | The Lunchtime Portraits

Cornmarket, Oxford.

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Islets | The Lunchtime Portraits

Islets | The Lunchtime Portraits

Humanity flows
Parting but for an island
Zen, but not really

It was nearing the end of a lunchtime walk with my Wife when we encountered this scene on the High Street in Oxford. A homeless man had collapsed on the sidewalk and was in and out of consciousness, and these two generous people were trying to render assistance. What struck me about the moment was the way in which the man and his guardians created little islands in the detoured, but otherwise undeterred, flow of pedestrians down the sidewalk.

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Footwear | The Lunchtime Portraits

As is often the case, I could see The Photo coalescing from down the street, …

Footwear I | The Lunchtime Portraits

… so having metered and set my camera on approach, I kneeled down in front of the couple, and took my photo. I was finished well before they noticed me and realized that I was holding a camera.

One thing that I frequently appreciate about a twin lens camera: it is naturally invested with a quality that causes people the desire to be photographed by it. They’re intrigued, perhaps, by its other-ness, where they might otherwise be put-off at the thought of being photographed by a strange SLR or something which they more immediately recognize as a camera.

Whatever the reason, though, a photographer likes a willing subject. This couple subsequently asked me to take a photo, so I happily asked them to just continue as they were doing.

Footwear II | The Lunchtime Portraits

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Porters | The Lunchtime Portraits

Porters | The Lunchtime Portraits

Bodleian Libraries porters patrolling the gates for the yearly Encaenia procession and ceremony, 2015.

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Camera Obscura | The Lunchtime Portraits

Camera Obscura | The Lunchtime Portraits

An Oxfordshire art student outside the Bodleian Library, using a camera obscura aimed at the Bodleian Libraries Clarendon Building.

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Tourism | The Lunchtime Portraits

Tourism | The Lunchtime Portraits

Old Schools Quadrangle, Bodleian Library, Oxford, England.

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