Winter, Time, Waiting. by Mark Hayward

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We all spend a part of each day, just waiting for something…a phone call…a bus to come…the traffic to move…the kettle to boil…a holiday…a pay rise…love…happiness…success…a file to upload.
Perhaps you’ve been waiting your whole life for something to happen?
Or maybe it’s just about to…any minute now.

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Comments

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneabout 6 years ago

    Evocative image, Mark!

  • justimagine
    justimagineabout 6 years ago

    Totally agree and this picture couldn’t express it better!

  • Jen Cannella
    Jen Cannellaabout 6 years ago

    Beautiful image and words!

  • Zaldy Infante
    Zaldy Infanteabout 6 years ago

    brilliant image mate! where one light trail finishes off another one begins! a faster light trail too! it looks a little like the subject just missed “it”!

  • Hallo Wildfang
    Hallo Wildfangabout 6 years ago

    perfect composition, great light and colours! the words matches and the graffiti looks like a piece of art – did you set the whole thing up? :)

  • Mel Brackstone.com
    Mel Brackstone...about 6 years ago

    Any minute now would be good :) Fabulous capture, Mark!

  • Ariane
    Arianeabout 6 years ago

    Brilliant image as always – sometimes if you look the wrong way , the thing you’re waiting for whizzes by without being noticed.

  • midzing
    midzingabout 6 years ago

    awesome image,,, well done Mark

  • Faith Hunter
    Faith Hunterabout 6 years ago

    so evocative, nailed it perfectly!

  • Ian  James
    Ian Jamesabout 6 years ago

    This is great Mark. Really well exposed and I love the text so very true

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