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One of my closest and best friends,
in his store, waiting for his laptop to fire up.
Mike is like a brother to me.

Nikon D70s
1/80s f/4.5 at 35.0mm iso400 full exif

other sizes: small medium original
Paolo Peggi (aka Bracciodiferro)29-Apr-2016 19:12
Outstanding work!Vote
Bernard Bosmans30-May-2009 12:21
Impressive shot, you certainly captured the right moment Larry. You can 'hear' Mike saying to himself, come on, I haven't got all day. Love the tone and mood. V.
caveman_lee24-Mar-2009 16:05
An excellent portrait, both the expression and mood were very well captured. V
LeeG21-Mar-2009 07:45
Time to get Mike off of Windows 95 ...
or maybe he's just waiting for the mail..
Hernan is right on, this is really a fantastic shot, Larry!
Yiannis Pavlis20-Mar-2009 23:00
This photo is full of personality. Great job!..perfect capture and lighting..V
Ali Majdfar20-Mar-2009 14:58
What a fantastic capture; lovely work, Larry. ~V
Gary Winters20-Mar-2009 04:13
To add to what's already been said, my first thought was this guy was thinking about the economy and its impact on his business.
Jason Anderson20-Mar-2009 03:28
Windows, obviously.
The lighting in this one is beautiful, you captured a wide range of tones that look great in, tone. Maybe it's manytone.
Char19-Mar-2009 12:12
Hi Larry,
This is an excellent portrait shot with great sepia tone. Super lighting. \/
marie-jose wolff19-Mar-2009 10:10
Beautitul portrait, very nice sepia tones! V
Marcia Colelli19-Mar-2009 02:24
nice sepia v
Hernan E. Enriquez19-Mar-2009 01:23
This is fantastic, I need lessons from you!
Barbara Meredith19-Mar-2009 01:06
This is one of your best photos. The composition is very strong, The lighting is excellent--on Mike's face and also on the bottles, then softer but still important in the upper left corner and on the desk. The expression you caught on Mike's face is amazing--he looks so deep in thought and so oblivious of your camera. The viewer can't help but wonder and muse as to what he is thinking about. This is what great photography is all about--capturing a moment of intensity without intruding.
chempilot19-Mar-2009 00:32
he's waiting for aliens...
Cindi Smith18-Mar-2009 14:16
He has that far away look in his eyes.....I think he is thinking of ways to get you to stop taking his picture! This is good, very good!!!!! V
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