Katrina Hohowski sits on the steps outside her store, Moody Lords, on Congress Street in Portland on Thursday afternoon. Moody Lords sells used records and funky, vintage fashions. Troy R. Bennett | BDN
Here’s another five photos made on foot in Portland, with just a 50mm lens, with no crazy cropping and no Photoshop trickery. I call it 5@50.
Today, I focused on faces. Everybody’s got one, even under my feet.
It’s a series I started in 2014 as a challenge to myself. See more from this series HERE.
At the corner of Temple and Middle Streets in Portland on Thursday, Victor Kahill’s Maine Lobsterman statue looks down at the same lobster he’s been pegging since the piece was cast in bronze in 1975. It was originally designed in 1939 and depicts real life lobsterman H. Elroy “Snoody” Johnson of Bailey Island. Troy R. Bennett | BDN
Will Clarke of South Portland pauses for a picture while making his way across Monument Square in Portland on Thursday. Troy R. Bennett | BDN
A not entirely friendly looking face stares up from a utility hole cover among the cobblestones in Portland on Thursday. Troy R. Bennett | BDN
Starr Sarabia feeds his flock of feathered friends in Congress Square on Thursday. “Go flock yourself,” he good-naturedly told a man taking his picture with a cell phone. Troy R. Bennett | BDN