Lovely shot, Richard. I really like the anonymity of it. There’s a story there somewhere: in my mind, he’s confirmed the drop off, and is trying to look casual by drinking a coffee while he waits to find out when she will be released. (However, more than likely, he’s just had a text from a mate asking what time they’re meeting up to watch the football!)
Thanks very much, Richard. Really glad you like it. Yes, I think there’s something going on there – why does he have so much sugar in his coffee? (You’re probably right)
You have captured life as it is at the moment. It makes me sad, in a way. Screens instead of people. The future will be plastic and glass. Humans no longer need apply.
Yes, it’s odd how quickly we’ve taken to looking at screens – I’m deliberately limiting my screen time now to get other stuff done/ interact with other people more.
Good shot, Richard. I read more when I’m not blogging. And I need to spend time using my hands too, other than holding a phone, I mean. I don’t go outside all that much and have used the telephone a lot in the past and still do – phonecalls and texts and emails make my world bigger, not smaller. I do think it’s the opposite for a lot of people though.
I still send things via snail mail, though. It’s such a treat to find things in the letterbox.
Thanks, Ashley. Yes, I agree about how much they expand our world and I would find it very hard being without the laptop/ tablet. But I’m a demon for messing about on computers…yes, snail mail is a rare treat 🙂
If it weren’t for all this techno stuff you and I wouldn’t have met. 🙂
Absolutely. Doesn’t bear thinking about 🙂
Coffee and entertainment.
Great composition. Like many of your shots, it feels like were taking a surreptitious peak into someone else’s life. Also, it can’t be very good coffee – look at how much sugar they needed!
I’m going to leave him to enjoy his coffee and phone time – zero speculation on my part. A great shot Richard!
Phone, coffee, and SUGARRRRR! 🙂
Yeah, no kidding! 🙂
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