Over Labor Day weekend on my traditional trip to Seattle, Galen and I decided to take a short destination trip first and headed out to Port Townsend (see earlier posts http://blog.cyrenahillyard.com/2011/08/port-townsend-wa.html and http://blog.cyrenahillyard.com/2011/09/western-washington-from-spit-to.html from selects from that trip). On the way back we took the ferry to Whidbey Island so we could drive over Deception Pass.
This month's theme is street photography, and while my selection may not seem like it fits the definition of street photography because it is not outdoors or on a street. But it does fit this definition from Eric Kim in that it's candid and it's in a public place: http://erickimphotography.com/blog/2013/08/07/what-is-street-photography-2/. I also appreciate his final point: "Definitions, shmefinitions... I recommend giving the middle finger to definitions--and not worrying about it. Who cares what people classify your type of photography to be? As long as you enjoy the photos you are taking--isn't that enough?" This image is from a dance recital I attended recently while visiting friends whose three daughters all performed in many magical ways. This sweet moment was captured during the finale when all the dancers return back on stage to be honored for their hard work throughout the year. You can see how much the littles love the older dancers and how much they