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photoblog image From behind ... sixth in the series

From behind ... sixth in the series

 

Each to their own ...

 

From behind ... sixth in the series

 

Each to their own ...

 

comments (18)

  • zed
  • Australia
  • 7 Feb 2009, 03:09
now this shot l really like, nice work richard
Richard Trim: Cheers zed ...good on ya. richard
  • vintage
  • Australia
  • 7 Feb 2009, 06:34
I agree With Zed but as one of his work mates thats hard to do lol
Richard Trim: heck work mates ... bet there is ''... trouble 't mill.'' ;-)
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 7 Feb 2009, 08:03
Oh, Mr. Trim. you could have been inspired by Chris's theme today- both persons are wearing sun- hats! And he is so tired by the warmth and the sightseeing- or her permanent chatting? A nice snapshot! I like the pic- the relaxation atmosphere, a bit Mediterrenean flair at English coasts- and especially the vista, look through at the two boys - a wonderful composition! And a fine weekend pic- "each to his/her own"
Richard Trim: Chris is a total one off Philine ... We never know what he is going to hit us with next. Where as with conventional old me it's easy. The theme starts on a Moday and runs for about a week ... talk about being in a comfort zone.
NOW : '' ... permanent chatting'' Hmmmm you are sliding into the stereotypical thinking about gender habits ... Ha! richard
My favourite one so far Richard. Great capture! Richard
Richard Trim: Ha Richard I gues the cosy feel of family comfort is getting to you. (grandparents and grandchildren maybe ?)

Thanks richard
fabulous shot Richard, i suspect you didn't take this recentlysmile
Richard Trim: Just because you had a lot of snow up in Leeds tim ... ;-).
Thanks richard
  • Mr Skee
  • United Kingdom
  • 7 Feb 2009, 09:06
I really like this composition, I can't help thinking though in a couple of seconds maybe the lady would have turned more towards the man. The possibilities of this happening without the kids moving though would have been pretty slim though.

The possibilities to this shot are endless, you have chosen one which works quite well. Thumbs up for that.
Richard Trim: I've read your rant about the delights of street photography and I suspect that you realise that I love that route as well. Sometimes it's being concious of stepping too closely into someone's space that means that the pressure of time is the great challenge. cheers richard
Very good, the best in the series so far. I like the way they are sitting, and the way they are framing the children.
Richard Trim: Many thanks Sheila. richard
Once again another classic composition Richard, well done.
Richard Trim: Cheers once more Brian. richard
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 7 Feb 2009, 12:14
Wonderful tones, Richard. The guy gives the impression of dipping into some fish & chips.
Richard Trim: You are absolutely correct Alan. This was on the beach prom at Aldeborough (Suffolk). The local chippie produces the most amazing fish and chips ... considered the best in East Anglia by many. cheers richard
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 7 Feb 2009, 17:00
"dipping into some fish & chips"? Oh, Alan, such a smell we should be sniffing- I very like fish& chips,too, and I guess the lady would - literally- have given her ten fingers/her arm for that! And I myself had like a saucy seagull- schwuppdiewupp- picked up one piece out of the paperbag - "from behind" !
Richard Trim: I tend to eat less and less fish and chips from the wrapping these days Philine. But in in my more discerning years I pick and choose only the more quality specific emporiums and then I love to eat them on the sea front throwing the odd chip to those arrogant selfish squabbling deceitful arguementative greedy shrieking gulls.
Ha! ... richard
Best one yet for me.
Richard Trim: Glad the series is touching the spot from time to time Bill ;-) richard
Great positioning on this; those hats and long shorts make it seem slightly nostalgic
Richard Trim: Cheers Mark ...what goes round comes round. richard
Great stuff Richard. Southwold again I'll bet. Ooooh...I love ADNAMS beer!
Richard Trim: Scroll up to Alan's comment Chris.
I also tend to agree very much ... Adnams and my throat have had some good meetings ;-) richard
  • Ellie
  • England
  • 7 Feb 2009, 22:19
I like this one a lot, it's a good composition and says more than most of the others. Saved!
Richard Trim: I agree Ellie that there is more sensitivity and possibly subtle communication between the two generations. The series was of course just normal people doing ordinary things. Cheers and thanks richard
  • Ase
  • USA
  • 8 Feb 2009, 13:59
Love this shot! I like how it illustrates two different generations and conversations smile
  • BeakerSt
  • United Kingdom
  • 12 Feb 2009, 21:53
Like this a lot, great dof and composition with a bit of mystery as to what's going on. A great people watching shot.
Very nice toning. Good image. Framing might have been better, the back of the man at the right is cut off.
  • k@
  • France
  • 30 Oct 2009, 13:43
Exxxxcellent compo, B&W and scene - love this smile

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