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Is the Ipod killing the art of conversation.Didn’t people use to talk a the Bus stop.
Photography has made me view the world in slow motion. I now attempt to see what is there and not only what wants to be seen. One day I hope people will see me as a photographer.
yes technology has taken over… lol great capture it really sums up a new era :))
Growing up in SE London in the 70s, I can assure you iPods did not kill conversation in the interminable wait for non-existent buses and trains. On very rare occasions (suicides, murders, earthquakes, snow or autumn leaves on the line), people might at a pinch grumble out loud.
I do like this image, BTW.
Thanks Stefan, Glad i grew up in Kangraroo Flat.
– Andrew Wilson
Andrew, can you please add this to The Power of Photography :)
The Melissa, i did.
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Thanks BK , much appreciated.
In the 1970’s we were not cautious about speaking to strangers at bus stops etc – unfortunately, all that has now changed and we stand with eyes averted just in case we are accused of being “this” or “that” ………..such a sad world!!!!
Many congratulations on your features for this excellent image !!
Thank you very much Mathilde.
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Thank you Georgie, Very appreciated
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