Workin’ on a Saturday…
Lovely capture! 🙂
thank you! 🙂
Great shot. I love the color of his apron and the cobblestone street. He seems like a willing participant in your photo shoot. 🙂
the streets in the older parts of the town are still cobbled, lovely, right? 🙂
he was more than willing to have his picture taken, but was very busy and never stopped to pause for more than a second… thank you, Chris!!
I like your pictures as well.
You have a good eye for composition.
thank you kindly for having a look around, Rabirius 🙂
Хах, ако знаеш какво ми мина през ума, Алекс… Все едно ти казва – внимавай с фотоапарата, за да не те “сготвя” бързо за кутиите, които виждаш. 😉 Много настроение има в снимката, браво!
хихх, ти с твоите асоциации, скица 🙂 много обичам такива работни и забързани сцени, той се съгласи да го снимам, но за този кадър така и не забави крачка … много ти благодаря, че намина и ти с много настроение, Гери !! 🙂
Great picture !
thank you so much, really happy you like it!! 🙂
I know his apron is supposed to be dirty, but in this photo you make it look artistic instead of a day filled with work. I love this shot
I guess he was just starting work, so the apron was clean… the minute I saw that apron and it’s color flashing in the street, I knew it would look great in a picture… thank you very much for your comment 🙂
Lovely portrait, Alexandra!
thank you very much, Richard!! your street portraits are truly amazing…
He seems happy,
I like that smile on his face too 🙂 thank you very much, Bernie 🙂
Fantastic street portrait. I like the angle, the colours and the joyful look.
I would have loved to shoot it from an even lower angle, but I didn’t have much time to try it out… colors really turned out nice 🙂 am happy you like the shot, Cardinal 🙂
This image looks simple but not letting me to takes my eyes off, the way you have used depth is so attractive 🙂
thank you, Sreejith 🙂 tried to get as much background into the picture as I could, cause I thought it looked interesting and added context… glad you like it!!
It’s a great shot, Alex. Although I suspect most guys would be very happy to let you shoot them. 🙂
Maybe even a dragon or two. 🙂
I’m really happy you like the shot, Lignum 🙂
there is one particular dragon I would love to photograph one day… I suspect he is a rare creature, but very mysterious too… I wonder if he would let anybody find him… I hope he would 🙂
You never know your luck. 🙂
you never know, he may be my good luck dragon… 🙂 🙂 🙂
wow loved this 🙂
thank you, greatly appreciated 🙂
Is that a very big apron or a very small man?
lol, what a great comment 🙂 he was a tall man with a big apron 🙂 it’s a funny angle, isn’t it, that’s because it would have been best to have some of his feet into the frame too, but he just kept walking towards me… thank you, Andrew 🙂
That is a great, candid shot ~
thank you, Randall 🙂 ima pretty happy it looks like a candid shot… I asked him actually if I could take a picture of him, he agreed, but never posed for this one, hence the natural looks I guess… 🙂
Only you can make Sofia looking so pretty
ейй, страшно много ме зарадва, Мария, много ти благодаря… ♥ ами тя София си има своя чар… отскоро следя ей този блог: http://marceloleonard.wordpress.com/… та на мой коментар човекът отговори със следния цитат на Anaïs Nin: “We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are…” …та мисля и тук пасва 🙂
Това е много вярно
това е страхотен блог. вече и аз го следя. мерси
нали 🙂 радвам се, че ти е допаднал… 🙂
The focus nails it. That’s some stack he’s balancing. Is he wrapped in paper or is that apron made of fabric? Fantastic shot!
it’s an apron… he was coming out of a butcher shot, clearing up them boxes…
this is f/1.4 and he kept moving towards me, can you believe that 😀
thank you so much, Kishore, for all your comments…
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