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Smile, your on Candid Camera!Great people pictures.The man in the second one reminds me of Sherman Hemsley, who played George Jefferson. This maybe before your time!Sunny :)
Great pictures my friend. My reflection is ready to go :) Getting close for Europe :)
I too take sneak shots...from my lap, from my hip, or even straight on from a discreet distance...I like these b/ws very much.
deux photos magnifiques, superbe b&w, avec une preference pour la premiere et la gestion de l'ombre. BRAVO
It's really cool James, we can play with our imagination.I can imagine a busy and worried guy at that first shot and the second one looks more light, maybe he is listening some music in his ipod!Léia :)*** By the way James, during your vacation will you keep the weekend reflections posts on Fridays?Please, forgive me , I'm anxious here, just I was preparing some posts and I was thinking about it!
Two splendid pictures. They need hanging together or even sharing the same frame.
i like how the two pictures are responding one to an other. In the fisrt, the shadow seems to give the way to follow for both. The two men, the two attitudes.. Great couple!
Good stuff - b&w suits it well.
Love these James, especially the first one. So intent. Do you shoot in one particular area of Philly? Getting ready for Weekend Reflections, finally did something other than water lol. Kathy
Nice pics..... I'll keep your warning in mind until next time I'm going til Phila :o)
Both great. I love the top one. Makes me think again of a 50s movie... or a reporter walking to the Daily Planet!I saw a couple people on Sunday I wanted to photograph, but I could not get them without them knowing it, they were homeless folks, and the scene to me was very emotional. I was not sure how the one gentleman would react, so I chose to remember it in my mind!
It should be easier to go to Philidelphia incognito in November: a big scarf and a knit wool hat should do the trick! lolLess easy must have been the treatment of the first picture...
I still haven't gotten brave enough to take pictures of people yet. I'm always afraid they might get hostile!
Love these B&W! They look like shots from years gone by.
These are crisp monos James. Like the effects, neat.
Excellent shots, the first one looks like something out of the 50s in the deep south.
Unfortunately I do not know what are your reflections w ends; O (
I like the work of the first.Neatly dressed like him is beautiful.And suits the image of his hat.Thanks for the wonderful depiction of human beings.
I like these...it's amazing how everyday activities such as walking down a sidewalk can create such appealing photographs. These are the things so often missed in real life. (unless you are obsessed with a camera like all of us) I really like these!
Did anybody see you taking photographs of them? Great job.
I love your human interest photography. Each face has real feeling and expression!I am getting ready for my reflection shot, bright and early west coast time!Take care James!
Brilliant James! Did these people knew their pictures were taken?My Weekend Reflection is posted!Have a great weekend!
Two excellent shots, James! I love black and white! :) I'll have my Weekend Reflections post up at 11. :)
Excellent shots, and hopefully one day those people will find themselves here, lol. Anna :)
Two very wonderful photos - the gents look like they have a story to tell.Melbourne Daily Photo
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