Hello, guest polly Anja (frutselke) here with a new set of photograpy prompts. This month we are going to focus on our neighborhood. Photographing where you live is a good way to document about daily life. It can also be a fun way to create a time frame. And in the digital world we live in it is fun to see how other people live. Streets in Europe are not the same as streets in Australia or Canada. A mountain village has different characteristics than a city centre. These photography prompts help you to look for the details and focus on the little things that make your neighborhood unique.
Of course, you see your street almost every day. You get used to the view. So when was the last time you really looked at the houses, the trees, the people? Go for a stroll and look for the quirks that are unique for your neighborhood. Sit in the front window and watch all that goes by. Take pictures of doors, street lights or traffic signs and document the differences. Photograph people, cars or paving so in years to come you can look back and remember what your neighborhood looked like.
Have fun going around the block, looking for those things that are unique to your little part of the world. Let these neighborhood prompts inspire you to look around and photograph what you see. Pick up your camera and click, click, click.