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Dominic Kite04-Jan-2006 13:51
You've an incredible eye for finding drama and interesting details, in an otherwise mundane world. Really nice Niall.
Guest 04-Jan-2006 12:36
I don't know anyone who do candids like you. What a great personality you caught there. I bet he sits there reading all day, that is, if he's not talking to people walking by.
Guest 04-Jan-2006 04:24
Great capture of an eccentric character. I bet this would like great in b&w!
Chris04-Jan-2006 00:10
He just found out that the 'Defense Against the Dark Arts' teacher was at the crux of the plot twist....again!
Guest 04-Jan-2006 00:07
A man from another age,having escaped the pages of another century to abide non descript within this stolen time.Conversing thoughtfully with some novel spirit.And remarking upon the strangeness of his fellow man having aged in the eras,the error,which betrays his peculiarities.
~V! Fabulous!
antje kroeger photograpie03-Jan-2006 21:20
what a man ;)
Ray :)03-Jan-2006 19:00
This book market bursts with opportunities and you can catch some cool light in the warmer months. This guy looks a treasure and I'm glad you captured him as you did.
Douglas Stucky03-Jan-2006 13:03
Nice candid shot!
Roe..03-Jan-2006 12:44
I see a can of hair spray...who would have thought..excellent capture of his expression..
jude03-Jan-2006 12:17
The wind taking his hair makes one almost feel that breeze across our faces.. I wonder what book he was talking about to someone.. Candid excellence..
Guest 03-Jan-2006 12:16
I think Duncan is on to something. Waiting for Mr. Potter to be in the next series of images. Honestly a very captivating shot. gives me a sense of chaos yet complete and total control...his life that is.
...duncan03-Jan-2006 11:28
Is that Hagrid? Nicely composed.