All That Before, 2013
Subtle and effective, Richard! 🙂
Thanks very much, Richard! 🙂
ciao! jarndyce? one of my luvFAB bookshops…great shot.
Yes, indeed it is! Thanks very much!
I like visiting history but they wrote too much
Gorgeous, Richard! 🙂
Thanks so much, GG! 🙂
Catchy title 🙂 I love that you’ve caught what seems to be a moment of thoughtfulness.
Thanks very much, EllaDee. Glad you like it.
Good candid shot! You have enough of these street shots now to make a nice portfolio and submit it for an exhibit.
Thanks very much, Jennifer! That’s a great compliment!
I really do get a sense of history in this portrait.
Yes, it’s odd how that happens sometimes – this was shot a few weeks ago.
Another of my favourites. I love the way you capture character.
Thanks so much, Cheryl! I’m really glad you like this one. It works for me.
Love that staring into space feeling here Richard!
Thanks very much, Patti!
Love this. Quiet, reflective, and full of emotion. Looks like he is staring into the past.
Great, I’m really glad you like it, Emily. Yes, he’s lost somewhere…
perfect portrait… as always.
Thank you so much – what a great compliment!
The black & white works very well here. There is something stirring about his posture and expression, as you’ve captured it.
Thanks very much, Melanie. Yes, I’m not quite sure what I captured, maybe a moment of wanting, but it got my attention.
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