Excellent, Richard! I really like the sequence here and the individual shots. Is that third one a self portrait? That’s my favourite.
Thanks very much, Ashley! Glad you like it. The third one is my son (in his robot head).
I love it!
It’s that time of the year perhaps….
Love the first one because of the focus and blurry world in the background.
Yes, or time of life 🙂
Glad you like the first shot. Thanks very much.
Interesting moods Richard. The first fellow is intriguing – could he be a cheeky likeness of the Harrods doorman – ever watchful? My favourite is the second. I like the brisk mood and can almost feel the cold. The last feels quite a madcap mood, especially with the yellow colours! Good fun all round.
Thanks very much, Philippa. Yes, the first figure is one of a pair that stand guard outside a pub. It’s an interesting area.
A perfect title:) It’s all good.
Thanks very much, Elena. It was sort of intended as a joke against myself. But you’re right.
Thinking inside the box in that last one? 😀
🙂 Very funny!
Glad I am not the only one with mood shifts! Nice shots!
🙂 Thanks very much, Jennifer!
Great. That last one really made me laugh.
Thanks very much, Alison. That’s his robot head.
I would like a robot head 🙂
Of course, I smiled at the first and last shots, but the second one … what is it that makes me like it so much? It’s clean and crisp and interesting, but what else is there that I can’t articulate? I like it as much as any of your images. Odd, I suppose.
I don’t know why I wanted to post it either – it was an instinctual shot, when Richard and I were wandering around a park last week.
I’m trying to place the second photo. Is that Hyde Park?
It’s St. James’s – Richard and I went there thinking it would be good for shots – as it happened it was really boring ha ha. So we went more urban straight after.
Ah, I retreat to St James’s whenever I’m in London! I should have recognised it. (Where are all those pesky squirrels?)
Just out of shot and ready to pounce! They’re a lot more aggressive than they used to be.
Yes they have no fear of humans! 😀
Great sequence, Richard! I particularly like the first shot – the framing is brilliant! 😀
Thanks very much, Richard! 🙂 That’s very nice to read.
Thank you, Hanna! Glad you like it.
Thanks very much, Karen!
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