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Out and About – June 2017

I’ve not posted in what seems to me like years but perhaps to you seems a delightful age of peace and quiet.  Well, rejoice no longer!

Music at the Indy Canal

Lately I’ve tried to avail myself more frequently of the downtown Indianapolis Canal.  It’s a couple mile jaunt and boasts some of the most varied selections of people to observe that you can hope for in the city and even some live entertainment from time to time.

2017 Delphi Indiana

Last weekend I found myself in Delphi Indiana.  Of all the small towns in the area this one seems to have tried hardest to set itself apart from its peers.  It boasts a Wabash and Erie Canal interactive museum and a great system of parks.  This suspension bridge struck me as keenly allegorical.  It’s very small so even one person walking with regular footsteps can set up what seems like a pretty dangerous level of motion.  I shiver to think what a few people in-step could do to it.  It just goes to show how the force of things is multiplied with consistent and repeated action in anything we undertake in life.

2017 Delphi Indiana

And remember, jumping from the bridge is strictly prohibited.

2017 Delphi Indiana

This is, to the best of my knowledge, the only Chinese restaurant in town.  The sign reads:  “Dear customers, We’ll be closed for vacation for two month and we’ll be reopen on Aug 1st.”  This brings to mind a few thoughts.  Firstly, I assume this family is Chinese and has returned to their homeland for the summer.  I love the trust this speaks of for the community that they can just take off for months and that the town will welcome them back.  Also there’s a quaint sort of homespun quality to the homemade sign and simple message.  I really want to eat here on August 1st and see what the place is like.

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Photography Philosophy

It’s been my observation that photographers are an extremely varied bunch and that it’s difficult for any potential customer to know exactly what they’re getting when they look at partnering up with an artist.  Most people who go in search of photography services seem to think of the standard school pictures photographer who tells you to tilt your head in such and such a way and smile just -so- and only takes a picture once you’re positioned just how they want you.  I am not that sort of photographer.  In fact I might be more properly called a hunter than a photographer if that’s your standard of service.

Stoop Kids at Square Cat Records

As example I give you the shot to the right.  This photo of Stoop Kids in their Square Cat Vinyl show last November represents my hunter philosophy when it comes to shooting.  The entire show and their interaction with each other is summed up very neatly in this one photograph.  They are one of the most dynamic bands I’ve seen on stage and I was giddy to capture their souls.  Lead singer and bass player practically nose to nose while the saxophonist peaks out under the mic stand.

Philosophically, I truly believe that posed photography represents more of the photographer than of the subject.  When I shoot I want to capture the reality of what’s going on in a spontaneous and creative way.  Not cast my own thoughts and opinions on what should be onto the situation.  Your photos should be about you and who you are, not some aesthetic that some photographer prearranges for you.

Rev Peyton's Big Damn Band-Album Release Show at the HiFi 3-17-2Next we have Breezy Peyton of Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band from the HiFi in March of this year.  For this show we were packed in like sardines and couldn’t move without getting in the way of a lot of other people so we dutifully stood our ground just to the left of center stage for the whole show.  When I’m shooting, my absolute #1 priority is to make sure I’m not disturbing anyone else at the show or distracting from the entertainment.  If you’re lucky enough to get into a show then you’re a guest and you should act like one.  I refuse to use flash or supplemental lighting of any kind because frankly, flashes are annoying as hell.  If I can’t get a shot without getting in someone’s way then I don’t get the shot.  Simple as that.

I’m also not a fan of fancy post-processing.  There are some amazing tools out there that will let you make your photos look like just about anything.  But that is, frankly, a fraud.  The world is more than nice enough just as it is without a lot of augmentation.  Get the shot that’s there and if the light’s blue then bloody well make the picture blue.  It’s the photographer’s job to capture the moment, not create it out of whole cloth.

2016 Indiana State Fair Parkour DemoThe last point I’ll make is about capturing pivotal moments.  As example I give you this shot from last year’s Parkour demonstrations at the State Fair.  I love the expression of the guy who’s not literally walking up a wall.  This whole show was filled with amazing moments and you almost couldn’t click your shutter fast enough.  For me, this is the essence of “hunter photography”. Grabbing that perfect moment out of the air at exactly the right time and bottling it up for all to see is, in my mind, the whole point.

So that hopefully gives you a bit of a sense of my own personal philosophy on photography.  If you’d like to see more of my work please visit my site at RobSlaven.com or on Facebook (IndyLivePhotography | Rob Slaven Photography).

Contact me for photo ops in the Indianapolis and surrounding areas at IndyLivePhoto@gmail.com or in the comments section.

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2016 Irvington Acoustic Blues Festival

Today was the occasion of the 2016 Irvington Acoustic Blues Festival.  This was a totally free event and people wandered in and out throughout the afternoon.  I was lucky enough to be invited by the mastermind, who shall be referred to as “JJ” throughout this post to protect his anonymity…. though in retrospect I don’t know how much anonymity he actually wants.

The festival was held at the Irving Theatre on the near east side of Indianapolis.  My attention was first drawn to the Irving because of the monthly screening of the Rocky Horror Picture Show.  Since that time I’ve realized that they are the epicenter of an incredibly diverse cultural community that includes music, poetry and movie screenings.  It’s the closest thing you’ll get to Austin, Texas in the Indy area.  It’s obvious that they really work at this stuff.

Alright, to the photos!!!!  In no particular order….

Gordon Bonham made an appearance.  This was one of the few acts that I realized I had heard of before. He gives you a whole new perspective on the concept of don’t judge someone by their appearance. He looks pretty minimal but he can totally rock the house all by himself.

2016 Irvington Acoustic Blues Festival

Since the last time I wrote, I have come to know that this gentleman as the right Reverend Charlie F. Edmonds. I stand by my word that this guy is profoundly awesome. His deep, resonating voice commands immediate respect. I’d listen to him read the phone book.

2016 Irvington Acoustic Blues Festival

This is…. well, sad to say that I didn’t apparently quite catch their names. They were  voted one of the top Blues bands in the city. Have I mentioned how terrible I am with names? Images I remember forever but names escape me. Typical photographer.

2016 Irvington Acoustic Blues Festival

OK, so this photo…. well, it’s the Martinez family and all that needs to be said is that it embodies everything that I care to capture in the world. For the record I am a photographer and I have been paid for photos in the past but frankly I give no shits about photos beyond wonderful stuff like this. This is the real reason to take pictures. The interaction that was not captured between audience and performer was amazing….

2016 Irvington Acoustic Blues Festival

So the dude with the guitar in the background is our mysterious JJ. I always love his expressions of support. I hope that his partner knows just how much he obviously adores her work. It’s written all over his face.

2016 Irvington Acoustic Blues Festival Seriously. Look at that face. If that’s not love then what is? 2016 Irvington Acoustic Blues Festival

So these two…. They’re in the middle of everything and they’re one of the very few people who have requested that I take their photo. I feel rather bad that their photo has a bus in the background. One of the primary directives of good photography is to “clear the background” and in my haste to take their picture I totally did NOT clear the anything. I’ve approached them about a real photo shoot which is something I could never have done a year ago. Kinda excited. Can’t deny.

2016 Irvington Acoustic Blues Festival Didn’t catch this artist’s name either but like everyone else he was solid. 2016 Irvington Acoustic Blues Festival

2016 Irvington Acoustic Blues Festival

So that’s more or less the evening. I do, however, want to take a moment to talk about an issue that is near and dear to my heart and it is addressed to my fellow photographers.

You are there to OBSERVE. You are NOT there to PARTICIPATE. If there is a photo that you can’t get unless you use your flash or stand in the way of other people… go away. Do not take the photo. Let the moment evaporate into the ether of the universe.

Today at this event there were half a dozen photographers. Some of them were really good. I saw them but I don’t think anyone else did. They were like wind over the hillsides. I kinda want to meet them and buy them a beer and get to know them. Others were loud and made themselves known and spoke loudly so that everyone couldn’t help but see them. I kinda don’t care about them.

Here’s the deal. If you’re a photographer then your job is to go in there and document and to make as little impact as possible. If you’re shooting with a flash in a dark room then you’ve failed. If you walk in front of another person then you’ve failed. My philosophy is to make as little impact as possible and to you who were flashing all over the place….. well, you did the wrong thing.  Sit down, figure out how to work your camera in low light and decide how you can “lay low”.  You’re here to capture the world, not contaminate it.

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2016 – The Year of Music (so far)

As I look back on the photos of 2016 I realize that I’ve picked up a theme.  In previous years I’ve chased a lot of birds around and taken thousands of photos of buildings but this year my work reflects the very real fact that there are other humans in the universe.  And, if you were to judge the human race based on my small sample just about every single one of us has a stringed instrument at hand at all times.  On one hand this shift can be attributed to a new-found appreciation for humans but more probably I’ve just learned to be slightly less afraid of them.

No survey of the the music of Central Indiana would be worth its salt if we didn’t start with this gentlemen.  He’s been hanging about Lafayette playing on street corners for as long as anyone (maybe even he) can remember.  When you think of local musical icons, this person defines the term.

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When the spring came, so came music to Eagle Creek.  This gentleman is a member of the Blackberry Jam Folk Band.  They play a fairly relaxed variety of music from cowboy to Cajun.  They’ve been playing around the area for 20 years.  Full coverage on Facebook.

6-27-2016 Blackberry Jam Folk Band at Eagle Creek Marina

 

Graciously Departed is a Grateful Dead tribute band out of Lafayette.  I had the pleasure of catching them three times this year in various venues.  They do their tribute great justice.  At this point in the year I was still struggling with how to handle the low-light conditions in after-dark concert venues.  Full coverage on Facebook.

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Mosey Down Main Street is a monthly festival in Lafayette that occurs during the summer months.  They boast a huge variety of local and regional bands who, as demonstrated in the photo below of a band that I didn’t recall the name of, have great passion for their art. Full albums over on my more or less abandoned Lafayette Photography Facebook Page.

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Jessie James Decker made her way to Lafayette this summer.  Her show was great visually though I still can’t claim to be a fan of country.  Full Album.

Jessie James Decker in Concert

Jessie James Decker in Concert

 

What remains of Kansas followed Ms. Decker; despite the fact that what remains of Kansas is basically just the name Kansas, Laura and I both walked away from that of the opinion that it was the best $10 concert we’d ever been to.  Full Album, but even at 146 frames it doesn’t do the band justice.

2016 Kansas in Concert in Lafayette, Indiana

2016 Kansas in Concert in Lafayette, Indiana

 

An Innocent Band is a Billy Joel tribute band out of Fishers.  At 350 frames this was obviously a concert I REALLY got into.  They played at the Nickel Plate Amphitheater in Fishers and if you’re a photographer this is a location you want to check out.  Great lighting, great bands, easy access and a pretty decent piece of pizza.  Exceptional locale.  I will also note that this is the first gig I ever shot that actually turned into a paying gig.  After seeing the photos on Facebook the band absolutely INSISTED on paying me for the photos despite my repeated statement that I wasn’t in it for the money.  Maybe they’re a little bit crazy.

An Innocent Band - Billy Joel Tribute Band

An Innocent Band - Billy Joel Tribute Band

An Innocent Band - Billy Joel Tribute Band

New Augusta Bluegrass Band is, as you might guess, a local bluegrass band.  I always tell people, quite repeatedly and quite emphatically that I’ll be happy to take pictures for them but New Augusta is the first group to actually invite me out to shoot them.  Full Album.

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Ah yes, now we move on to Creed Bratton.  Creed is that dude, you know, the one from The Office… named Creed Bratton?  We saw him in concert twice; the first time in Irvington (more on that place later) and the second time again in Lafayette.  I emailed his publicist about a ‘photo comp’ ticket and managed to get two for the Lafayette show (first time THAT’s ever happened; may never again) so I took myself forthwith with camera in hand.  The Lafayette theater is a converted movie theater so if you’ve got the moxy you can creep your way up the sides and down into “the pit” in front of the stage.  I could have reached up to untie the guys shoes if I’d wanted too.  Full Album here but this was a cool night.  And if you’ve ever wondered if the show changes much from one stop to the next?  Nope.  At least not in this case.  Just about verbatim.  But good nonetheless.

2016 Creed Bratton in Concert

 

OK, so moving along chronologically, we come, of course, to Irvington.  I won’t belabor this too much as I did JUST write another post about this place but suffice to say I like it.  I’ve wandered into… let’s see… onetwothreefourfive… (all links to the full albums) musical events of some sort there in the span of a couple weeks.  I expect at some point the locals just MIGHT start getting a bit creeped out.

2016 Irving Theater Open Mic

2016 Irving Theater Open Mic

Irvington Music 8/31/2016

 

This gentleman is worth some mention.  He was the opening act for The Icarus Account and seems to be the front man for a local band.  This night he was playing on his own for a very select crowd.  They knew his songs and could ask for them by name and they bantered back and forth for about 30 minutes or so.  The point of all this though is just how relaxed it was.  He was doing his thing, the crowd was asking for songs and it was just as casual as it could be.  In my little version of the world getting on stage is a tough thing to do but he felt supported enough by those around him that it just wasn’t a thing.  Sure there were mistakes and forgotten lyrics but the place just resonated with love and the spirit of togetherness and support.

Irvington Music 8/31/2016

 

So here’s The Icarus Account.  They played at Irving Theatre a couple weeks ago to an intimate crowd of maybe 30 people.  This is the venue in which I learned to really embrace the dark.  Photography is about light, right?  Can’t take a picture without light!  But during this hour or so of taking pictures it clicked with me that the dark is your friend too.  Lighting in here is pretty minimal, a couple of small spots and that’s it.  You have to crank your ISO up painfully high to get good exposure even on the lightest bits.  But as it turns out, that totally works.  The darkness allows you to drop the background completely to black and these two really POP.  Instead of fighting the darkness I allowed it to take over and the results are, I think, brilliant.  Full album (conflated with the Open Mic night immediately previous)

Irvington Music 8/31/2016

Irvington Music 8/31/2016

Irvington Music 8/31/2016

 

You go to a few open mic nights in a row and you start to see the same people over and over.  This gentleman in particular, however, I could listen to for hours.  His song selection is over the moon.  Laura and I both looked at each other a couple times and said, “I haven’t heard that song in years!”  Well chosen and well rendered.

9-7-2016 Acoustic Open Mic in Irvington

 

I didn’t make a personal connection with this gentleman at a recent open mic but he exemplifies well, I think, the individual spirit of Irvington.  He’s wacky, energetic and isn’t afraid to darn well show everyone else that side of himself in public with guitar in hand.

9-7-2016 Acoustic Open Mic in Irvington

 

This stylish-looking dude has organized the Irvington Acoustic Blues Festival this Sunday, September 18th, 2016 12-6 at Irving Theatre.  Be there or be square.

Coal Yard Coffee Music

 

Another example of the peaceful spirit of the place…

Coal Yard Coffee Music

 

What’s also encouraging is the youngsters who show up to events.  Though nervous and a little bit shy, they march up and do their thing.

Irvington Music 9/12/2016

 

And everyone just seems so giddy.  This artist writes all his own material (I believe) and if Dr. Demento was still alive his music would fit right in.

Irvington Music 9/12/2016

 

Turning a bit serious for a moment, some people come to the mic almost as an act of therapy.  But when the vibe starts to turn down the crowd responds to lift them back up and while they can’t solve the problem, they can show that they understand and support.  And, they don’t mind a little carnal yelling.  Everybody’s got to shout at a crowd from their deepest guts once in a while.

Irvington Music 9/12/2016

 

It was about this time in the evening that the local denizens carted out a light to blind the performers and help with the photography.  I didn’t ask for this; it’s just that I’d been there enough times that they decided it was a good idea.  I’ve never been to a venue in which people were more friendly or accommodating.  Such an amazing sense of community in this place.

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And as this post (and the the daylight) draw to an end, we find ourselves back in the dark.

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Taken to its extreme, embracing the darkness, we’re left with just a crescent moon of this artist.  I adore this shot despite the fact that really there’s so little to it.  Adding a bit to the story I’ll say that when this guy first spoke it thrilled me to the core.  He’s got a marvelously deep voice almost like he’s got gravel in his guts.  Reminded me strongly of John Lee Hooker and that smile is infectious.

Irvington Music 9/12/2016

 

So there you have it, the year 2016 in music so far.  I will admit that it’s been a really varied ride.  I started out in the pounding sun and ended up in the dark of night.  I’ve learned quite a bit and have a new attitude and approach to light and how it interacts with subjects and how sometimes it’s just not quite as necessary as you might think.

Frankly, I don’t really know where to go next.  Irvington has been very accommodating but I’m not sure how much more there is to glean here.  Continue the deep dive or find other fields to play in?  In many ways ending this thread here would be somewhat appropriate, especially given the last shot.  Likely I’ll just flip a coin when the next Open Mic night comes.  Which, unsurprisingly, just about every day of the week.  Go check these great venues:

 

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Putting Yourself Out there and Saturday Nights…

Firstly, a bit of the usual preamble. Lately I’ve determined to take this whole photography “thing” more seriously. For years I’ve wanted to get more involved and actively cultivate something to photograph but haven’t quite had the chutzpah. Now, for whatever reason, the chutzpah has been acquired and I’m prepared to make an effort. Now as the new Wednesday prepares to dawn I’ve spent the evening reaching out to musicians, sports teams, local celebrities and anyone else I can think of that has a physical presence in the world to see if they’d take on an enthusiastic and unpaid photographer. My calendar isn’t quite full yet but it’s got the seeds of something better than watching reruns of The Office on it. And let’s face it, that’s a pretty high standard.

So on to Saturday!

Saturday saw us in Downtown Lafayette for an even known as Dancing & Cruising in the Streets.  While the post-mortem on this from people around town was pretty negative (almost everyone I saw was complaining) Laura and I were giddy beyond all reasonable belief.  For $10 we saw two pretty good bands and countless classic vehicles.  Rarely have I dished out my lucre with such efficiency.  Anyway, enough preamble, let’s photo!

First person up was Jessie James Decker.  I’ll admit that I’d not heard of her before Saturday but she had a certain down-home something.

Rob Slaven Photography: 2016 Jessie James Decker Concert in Lafayette Indiana &emdash; Jessie James Decker in Concert

Think there might be something going on with this guitarist…

Rob Slaven Photography: 2016 Jessie James Decker Concert in Lafayette Indiana &emdash; Jessie James Decker in Concert

Well, and maybe the other guitarist too….

Rob Slaven Photography: 2016 Jessie James Decker Concert in Lafayette Indiana &emdash; Jessie James Decker in Concert

Or she’s just nice to everyone….

Rob Slaven Photography: 2016 Jessie James Decker Concert in Lafayette Indiana &emdash; Jessie James Decker in Concert

Any rate, check out the whole album here.

The main attraction was several dozen classic cars.

Rob Slaven Photography: 2016 Dancing and Cruising in the streets &emdash; 2016 Dancin and Cruisin in the Streets, Lafayette Indiana

The crowd seemed to find ways to enjoy itself.

Rob Slaven Photography: 2016 Dancing and Cruising in the streets &emdash; 2016 Dancin and Cruisin in the Streets, Lafayette Indiana

Check out that bit of the action in this album.

Lastly we had the band Kansas.  Well, what was left of the original band by that name, which is nothing at all.  Still, they played wonderfully and when their album comes out in September I’d definitely consider it.

Rob Slaven Photography: 2016 Kansas in Concert in Lafayette, Indiana &emdash; 2016 Kansas in Concert in Lafayette, Indiana

Rob Slaven Photography: 2016 Kansas in Concert in Lafayette, Indiana &emdash; 2016 Kansas in Concert in Lafayette, Indiana

Rob Slaven Photography: 2016 Kansas in Concert in Lafayette, Indiana &emdash; 2016 Kansas in Concert in Lafayette, Indiana

Rob Slaven Photography: 2016 Kansas in Concert in Lafayette, Indiana &emdash; 2016 Kansas in Concert in Lafayette, Indiana

Rob Slaven Photography: 2016 Kansas in Concert in Lafayette, Indiana &emdash; 2016 Kansas in Concert in Lafayette, Indiana

Rob Slaven Photography: 2016 Kansas in Concert in Lafayette, Indiana &emdash; 2016 Kansas in Concert in Lafayette, Indiana

All in all, it rocked.  Get the full tour here.

Easily the best $10 concert I’ve ever been to.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Lafayette Indiana’s Mosey down Main Street – 2016 (so far)

As is often my habit this time of year, I’m about to say that I should do this much more often! I’m fairly in the habit of snapping photos and spending hours processing them but then don’t bother to tell the story. That’s a shame, really, because I far too easily forget the story. Any rate, let’s go!


“The Mosey” is a monthly street festival held in Lafayette Indiana during the summer months. You can visit it on Facebook in a couple of different places: The Page The Group.  I’m not honestly sure why there is both a page and a group but whatever the case, data abounds.

The festival has all the usual features of a street festival: vendors (which I pay no attention to), musicians and lots and lots of highly varied people (to whom I pay a lot of attention).  You can see (and buy) photos of all this shenaniganery on my zenfolio page for the Mosey but the tip of the iceberg of the highlights I’ll enumerate below.


Rob Slaven: 2016 Mosey Down Main Street Highlights 2016 &emdash; May Mosey Down Main Street in Lafayette Indiana

This gentleman is a true fixture of the community. He’s at every possible outdoor event playing and singing for the crowd. Sadly I don’t know his name or his story but he is a true icon of the area.


Rob Slaven: 2016 Mosey Down Main Street Highlights 2016 &emdash; June Mosey Down Main Street in Lafayette Indiana

Speaking of fixtures, State Representative Sheila Klinker fits that designation as well. I love the expression of sincere concern on her face as she talks to a constituent.


Moving on from the celebrities who make regular appearances, I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention the music acts. Seeing them in these extremely close quarters you can feel their sincerity and nearly touch their souls.

Rob Slaven: 2016 Mosey Down Main Street Highlights 2016 &emdash; May Mosey Down Main Street in Lafayette Indiana

Rob Slaven: 2016 Mosey Down Main Street Highlights 2016 &emdash; June Mosey Down Main Street in Lafayette Indiana

Rob Slaven: 2016 Mosey Down Main Street Highlights 2016 &emdash; June Mosey Down Main Street in Lafayette Indiana

And some of them just exude cool….

Rob Slaven: 2016 Mosey Down Main Street Highlights 2016 &emdash; June Mosey Down Main Street in Lafayette Indiana

Rob Slaven: 2016 Mosey Down Main Street Highlights 2016 &emdash; June Mosey Down Main Street in Lafayette Indiana

And the collision of cultures is always apparent


For those more in tune with the Terpsichorean Muse, every Mosey also seems to have belly dancing exhibition from Oasis Bellydance.

Rob Slaven: 2016 Mosey Down Main Street Highlights 2016 &emdash; July Mosey Down Main Street in Lafayette Indiana

Rob Slaven: 2016 Mosey Down Main Street Highlights 2016 &emdash; July Mosey Down Main Street in Lafayette Indiana

Rob Slaven: 2016 Mosey Down Main Street Highlights 2016 &emdash; July Mosey Down Main Street in Lafayette Indiana


Last and certainly not least, the people-watching is second to none. Kids love the idea of dancing in the middle of the street for one night only…

Rob Slaven: 2016 Mosey Down Main Street Highlights 2016 &emdash; June Mosey Down Main Street in Lafayette Indiana

Interacting with the Bellydancers…

Rob Slaven: 2016 Mosey Down Main Street Highlights 2016 &emdash; June Mosey Down Main Street in Lafayette Indiana

or just listening to some music…

Rob Slaven: 2016 Mosey Down Main Street Highlights 2016 &emdash; June Mosey Down Main Street in Lafayette Indiana

Rob Slaven: 2016 Mosey Down Main Street Highlights 2016 &emdash; June Mosey Down Main Street in Lafayette Indiana

I love the expression of parental pride on this dad’s face. That’s true love if ever i saw it.

Rob Slaven: 2016 Mosey Down Main Street Highlights 2016 &emdash; July Mosey Down Main Street in Lafayette Indiana

And sometimes the perfect portrait is just waiting for you to capture it. The negative space and color contrast in this one make it my favorite of the season so far.

Rob Slaven: 2016 Mosey Down Main Street Highlights 2016 &emdash; July Mosey Down Main Street in Lafayette Indiana


So there you have it, the Mosey so far. There are two more in August and September if you have a mind to come see for yourself. As always you can find more of my random babblings on my Facebook page or robslaven.com

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