Going home

When we visit London, I for some reason begin to observe people more. I begin to think of their background. What do they do for a living? Where do they stay? Do they have a family? Etc. etc. Thus I wondered where this lonely gent was going, as he slowly made his way along the rain soaked street. I still think of him,  when I look at the picture and wonder where he is now. For best viewing clock on image to enlarge. Camera nikon D5000
When we visit London, I for some reason begin to observe people more. I begin to think of their background. What do they do for a living? Where do they stay? Do they have a family? Etc. etc.
Thus I wondered where this lonely gent was going, as he slowly made his way along the rain soaked street. I still think of him,
when I look at the picture and wonder where he is now.
For best viewing click on image to enlarge.
Camera nikon D5000
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8 thoughts on “Going home

  1. John August 23, 2014 / 5:33 am

    London is a great place for photos, all genres – but then I also got a kick out of wandering all over Copenhagen. I think it’s always easier to see photos when you are travelling, somehow the place you live just doesn’t ‘do it’. I rarely take my camera into my local town. Strange.

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    • poulthorsen August 23, 2014 / 6:09 am

      Hi John
      Do have a look at Bo’s blog. You may like it.

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      • John August 23, 2014 / 6:11 am

        Why am I sat here doing this at 7 in the morning – 68 years old and couldn’t sleep. I guess it’s an age thing.
        Yes, been across to his blog and will follow him as well, I like his photos.

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      • poulthorsen August 23, 2014 / 6:18 am

        Just a warning. Take it with a pinch of salt. He is my son in law.
        PS are you on Facebook? I have seen a John Dillon there.

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  2. boandersen August 23, 2014 / 5:57 am

    I know what you mean, John. But recent years I have forced myself to look for pictures everywhere, not only when I am in new, “exotic” surroundings and it has really helped me seeing my everyday surroundings here in Copenhagen with new eyes. Some days I can even step back and see the city with the eyes of a just arrived tourist. 🙂

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    • John August 23, 2014 / 7:10 am

      Some years ago I opened a Facebook account, sat looking at the screen expecting something to happen – it didn’t so I cancelled the account. I spent years in mainframe computers, love my Mac, so I’m not a technophobe, just fail to see the point of smartphones, Facebook and Twitter. I’ll remain a happy dinosaur, waiting for the asteroid to hit.

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      • poulthorsen August 23, 2014 / 7:58 am

        A smartphone became an important tool for me, w
        When I still worked. I still find it useful. The only reason that we keep our landline, is that it allows my wife to phone South Africa panda New Zealand at very cheap rates.
        I am also an apple man.
        For your info my email adders is (coded) e ‘punktum, jabulani ‘hos’ gmail.com

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