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  • autumnwind
    autumnwindabout 2 years ago

    LOL :))) XOXOXOXXOXOXO

  • She most definitely wasn’t laughing. Same expression every time I saw her. Oh dear. Bet he didn’t get supper that night. Bye. Tony.

    – Poverty

  • Bootiewootsy
    Bootiewootsyabout 2 years ago

    Your title is perfect for the image… Great capture.

  • Much appreciated. Even I thought that he could at least buy her an ice cream or something to cheer her up. Glad you think the title works. Thanks. Tony.

    – Poverty

  • Georgie Hart
    Georgie Hartabout 2 years ago

    Oh dear she does look ‘over it’!

  • Oh yes Georgie, I think she was ready to explode anytime. Cheers and thanks.Tony.

    – Poverty

  • Susie Peek
    Susie Peekabout 2 years ago

    Ha ha well seen and captured Tony … perfect title!

  • Oh, doesn’t she look fed up. Reminds me of the look on Mrs. P’s face when I talk about computers and such to her. Thanks. Tony.

    – Poverty

  • Joy Watson
    Joy Watsonabout 2 years ago

    ha ha Great work

  • Mrs. P. totally agreed with the lady. Said it was typical of men to be selfish and think only of themselves. I didn’t cry for long after such cruel words because I’m a MAN. Thanks and cheers.P.

    – Poverty

  • Andrew Kalpage
    Andrew Kalpageabout 2 years ago

    Great capture :-)

  • Many thanks Andrew. I have been fascinated by your portfolio. Many years ago, I was involved in photography when 90% was B+W not colour and, of course, digital was science fiction. I spent many hours taking candid shots, mainly street portraiture just for my own pleasure. Very few people ever saw the results as to most of my acquaintances they were just boring – who wanted to look at what you saw each day. To my utmost sadness, during moves later in life, I lost all of the negatives that I possessed and now it breaks my heart that I cannot look back at those subjects of times long gone so, whatever, be sure to ensure the safety of your work as one day they will become even more precious to you. Cheers. Tony.

    – Poverty

  • Andrew Kalpage
    Andrew Kalpageabout 2 years ago

    Hi Tony:- Thanks for sharing that. It’s a shame about loosing all those negatives. Always believe in what you do, capturing life and time is so important. I back all photos on to two external drives. Also trying to scan all my Dads old black and white photography from the 1950’s to the present as well as my wife’s parents photos…I think photography is so powerful even when taken by the average family member…good luck in finding your passion :-)

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