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_DSC5396.jpg
10-AUG-2010

_DSC5396.jpg

Nikon D300
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Frank Tran18-Mar-2013 05:58
Excellent candid shot! V+
Sam_C16-Aug-2011 09:13
Brave shot, great capture, he didn't even notice you! V++
PauloCGama02-May-2011 13:44
Superb!! Just superb!!
Guest 11-Jan-2011 14:31
very well captured the lefty tennis player (with tennis elbow pain) :)
slhoornstra22-Dec-2010 01:33
This man is in such extreme contrast to the mood of the cemetery, interesting candid. V
LeeG22-Dec-2010 00:06
I bet there is a good plot to the story he is reading..
:O)
Very cool candid scene, Bill?
~V~
Frank Brault21-Dec-2010 21:10
Bill, this is a superb candid street shot. You beautifully captured his intensity. I wonder if he needs reading glasses. :)
Roland21-Dec-2010 21:05
Excellent candid of a colorful subject.
January Grey21-Dec-2010 06:04
His concentration level is great! Another great candid capture, Bill. V~
Mairéad20-Dec-2010 22:01
Super candid. I always find graveyards peaceful but not that peaceful! V
Patricia Kay20-Dec-2010 21:43
Fabulous candid Bill...he is such a colorful guy...BV
Colin Storey20-Dec-2010 20:32
Fantastic candid image, very well captured expression. v
Liz Bickel20-Dec-2010 20:13
From the thumbnail, I thought"Sunday in the Park". Then, when I took a closer look, I thought "Life in NYC certainly is different". Great candid. He sure is in his own world with that magazine.
globalgadabout20-Dec-2010 18:12
this should be quieter than a library...a colourful character in a slightly surreal setting...V
Char20-Dec-2010 17:01
Hi Bill,
Love this shot! What an excellent candid capture. \/
Walter O. Koenig20-Dec-2010 16:45
Nothing like reading the classifieds in a graveyard. Great candid. You got quite close! "V"
Wim Ensie20-Dec-2010 15:04
Here you can read your paper peacefully and nobody will disturb you, except...
Graeme20-Dec-2010 14:05
Great capture of this guy reading his paper in this graveyard, Bill. Nice & peaceful!I guess.BV
norbi20-Dec-2010 12:22
Fine candid - guess he needs some glasses. v.norbi
CM Kwan20-Dec-2010 12:20
This is very nice, Bill! V
Vince20-Dec-2010 11:59
Excellent candid. Love the way he reads the magazine. Vote.
Steve Morris20-Dec-2010 11:53
Another warm, relaxing summer shot - just what we need. Keep it up Bill!!BV
Lieve Snellings20-Dec-2010 09:10
a really great capture ! v
lou_rozensteins20-Dec-2010 09:04
Very nice candid!
shatterbug20-Dec-2010 07:23
Quite an interesting study...love his expression as he reads the personal ads of the Village Voice :-)
heather20-Dec-2010 07:20
I think he forgot his specs.. lovely candid shot. V
marie-jose wolff20-Dec-2010 06:41
beautiful candid in a quiet surrounding! V
Paco López20-Dec-2010 05:28
Excellent capture!! I think he need glasses!! V!
Simon Chandler20-Dec-2010 04:48
Excellent composition with great contrast. Thought-provoking. v
marko gregoric20-Dec-2010 04:24
Great portrait Bill. V.
Bryan Murahashi20-Dec-2010 04:17
Nice candid for this peaceful spot.
Bryan Murahashi20-Dec-2010 03:51
Nice candid for this peaceful spot.
janescottcumming20-Dec-2010 03:09
Looks like it might be time for reading glasses. Great candid. Love the colorful clothes. ~V~
Margot W20-Dec-2010 02:44
Quite a study you have here. Tennis elbow from reading?
No I have changed my mind. It is a holder for his MP3 player or cell phone???
Marcia Colelli20-Dec-2010 02:42
Great candid V
Jean D20-Dec-2010 02:03
Excellent place to get peace and quiet!! Well captured candid, Bill! ~V
Jim Coffman20-Dec-2010 01:29
Nice candid as always,Bill!V
laine20-Dec-2010 00:58
No one to disturb his reading there!
Gill Kopy20-Dec-2010 00:54
Another interesting graveyard shot - this one with a more interesting hat !! Great shot Bill ! V
Curt Knaus20-Dec-2010 00:46
A great capture Bill. Those look like some very old tombstones. V.
David Hobbs20-Dec-2010 00:17
Oh yes. Another thoughtful composition. I like the way you confined the park bench to the left of shot so that the ongoing forest of tombstones can add that touch of absurdity. Great. V
Carl Carbone19-Dec-2010 23:59
Reading the obituaries? Another thought-provoking candid. V
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