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candid, girls, phones, standing, waiting, street, black and white, georgie hart
Photography for me is a way of trying to make sense of the world, or at least to slow down and look at things a little more closely.
Hahaha great title!! awesome street photography :)
Thanks heaps Paul!
– Georgie Hart
Afraid you are too late, Georgie… The Body Snatchers have been totally successful. Love the candid shot, black and white and the title….Peace to you,~sass
Yes, it seems we are too late to save our species from the dreaded smart phone invasion! Ah well, at least we have trivia at our fingertips at all times. Thanks for taking a look Sass :)
I’ll sign that partition!!! Nicely done!!
Mobile phones are taking the place of cameras as hand holders. You can communicate with the world, but not the person beside you.
You’re so right Fred, it seems we need to bounce a message from a satellite thousands of miles away to be heard these days.
brilliant! I glanced at a bus alongside me at lights the other day and all the passengers were looking at a device, even the ones sitting together. Wish I’d had my camera. You have really nailed this one, G.
Wow, that would’ve been quite the shot! Thanks for checking this one out N :)
Good catch, G. At least they’re not driving—yet. (fav)
Yes, hopefully they won’t be texting behind the wheel eh. Thanks heaps for the fav Jan :)
yeah yeah! ripping shot G
Thanks heaps H!
Great title and yes phones we cannot seem to do without them these days. Killer of conversation and some quiet time for yourself.
Thanks Karen, tis quite ironic that phones have become the killer of conversation but you’re right!
Awesome composition! Speaks volumes of they way society has succumbed to the pulls of technology! :)
Thanks very much Leanne, I can’t say I’m fully immune to the pull of the phone myself, but I felt for the girl standing on the outer with her arms crossed.
Great capture of unsocial media.
Thanks heaps Paul