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photoblog image Time to reflect

Time to reflect

Time to reflect



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  • Chris
  • England
  • 30 Jun 2016, 06:37
Indeed so Mike: time to ask what the f*ck have we done?
blackdog: Each day it seems to get worse - headless chickens in place of political elite would be an understatement.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 30 Jun 2016, 07:11
I see a pious jew contemplating, a hebrew book I see.
blackdog: A wonderful square for quiet contemplation - this is in the Ghetto in Venice.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 30 Jun 2016, 07:50
This orthodox jew has just prayed, I see all the things he needs for his daily prayer, now he attends the secular things of our world.
blackdog: He looked untroubled by the everyday around him and is no doubt keeping in touch with family and friends.
Perhaps he is reflecting on all the diets he has tried unsuccessfully Mike.
blackdog: Or booking his table at the restaurant tonight ;o)
On a phone, he is probably reflecting on FaceBook.
blackdog: Ha ha - I think he is looking at Louis's photos on shutterchance ;o)
A fine shot Mike, taken without intruding on his privacy.
blackdog: Yes Brian - from quite a distance and shot from hip height rather than point and shoot.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 30 Jun 2016, 18:09
Like I said, I will come and have a look. This was a great picture moment - also the fact that he is the only one in view. Heh, his glasses doesn't fit anymore.
blackdog: I did notice the glasses afterwards, I can only imagine that he does that to stop them rubbing behind the ears. We were pretty alone in the square apart from some small children playing - the hottest part of the day, but he was cool under his hat.
We are all reflecting at the moment. Still Michael Gove has demonstrated that a true bast*rd can always outmanoeuvre a populist idiot
blackdog: I am hoping that it it is Theresa May - at least she sounds like a prime minister and may actually care about the abandoned working class.
Très beau portrait de ce monsieur.
Oh... this is a good shot...
I like this very much, Mike!

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