A gorgeous shot Scott. The morning light is so lovely in Florence and I love the street traffic, bicycle wise, thrown in with the man in the forefront wearing his very stylish ensemble. He looks familiar, one of your regulars?
Wow! The shadows moving forward, the muted, mauve lighting and that great scarf. I love the surprise element in the outfits of the people you select. A man who looks professorial, like this gentleman, would never be expected to be wearing such an outrageous scarf and yet he is.
Love the plaid man from Milan and the colorful girl from Seoul, but please give us some more New York! I want to see examples of New Yorkers successfully dressing themselves for winter–attempting to maintain visual interest while still dressing practically for these frigid temperatures. Plus, I find it's harder to be visually interesting in February than in December when winter has just begun and you haven't exhausted all wardrobe possibilities. So let's see some of those people that are still doing it well.
Love the blog,Ive been reading for about 6 months now, I'm hooked. I particularly love this kind of shot. Your work makes me think of Henry Cartier-Bresson's photography, the same feeling of capturing a beautiful, perhaps un-noticed moment.