As if they all are frozen in this moment.
Oh, I like quirky but tasteful window displays of mannequins. Their appeal must have something to do with the elegance of idealized human forms. Sometimes, they seem to be real and part of our diversity.
This guy took The Matrix movie too seriously. The poster on his back reads: Russia’s most destructive weapon Russians have learned how to make nearly perfect impersonaters!! who then REPLACE Americans they have killed!!!! Many (1000’s) of Americans have been Replaced!! pssst..Has anyone seen the real Joe Biden lately? Why only Joe Biden? I canContinue reading “#180/365: Russian imposters!”
A moment of unwinding after a strenuous and hot summer day. They didn’t mind my picture-taking. Interestingly, each had a different reaction to my photography.
I should start a photo project of women carrying different kinds of shopping items.
We and friends were having lunch at an Indian restaurant in Chicago. We were laughing at some jokes when this kid walked by our window outside. Apparently he also was influenced by our laughter.
My running buddies cannot stop texting and talking. Luckily, the sky displayed beautiful colors and I had my camera in the car.
This is obviously a reflection of two people photographed by me. The interesting thing is that the reflecting surface is back panel of plastic casing of my friend’s side view mirror. I was surprised by the colors visible on this black surface. (iPhone)
I am posting a bit early for I don’t know how my time will go later today. This is a view from my workplace window. The lone construction worker amidst the pile of construction supplies on this site caught my eyes. His reflection on the shallow pool of water added a bit of drama.
Loneliness is the biggest curse that comes with aging. When we are young, we have no time to look beyond the drama and festivity of life. The bright lamp is an assurance of hope in this picture. (iPhone)