Talk to me, brothers and sisters...
Talk to me about those talking faces...
Talk to me...!
This photo was moved to the theme : The most mediocre photos on TE, due to the lack of decent acceptance ( with the ratio of: number of visits against the points accumulated within 3-4 days after posting) by the viewers on TE.
(enter at your own risk)
Also: To create the proper balance to this display of ugliness - a theme STUNNERS was created to accommodate some outstanding works posted by the most accomplished members of TE.
One of my absolutely stunning, deeply intelectual thoughts about TE...
The members of TE reminds me that of Jesus Christ...
I am giving them the living people, the living faces - and they still prefer to talk to the bushes
A Fanfare For The Working Man...
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ninaL (21348) 2009-01-29 11:40
Ta...To jest to, ten wyraz twarzy, jak w kinie...
Wiadomo, o kogo chodzi, tu jest wszystko powiedziane.
Doskonala obserwacja, choc ja wole twoje kobiety, z powodu twojej do nich milosci ja chyba zostane lesbijka i zaczne sie na nie patrzec, jak ty...
Nie moge przestac sie smiac od kiedy przeczytalam twoja odpowiedz do BeBe przy zdjeciu Ireny (ja w miedzyczasie odpowiedzialam tutaj, ale chcialam najpierw powiedziec dokladnie, to co ty).
ls7902 (7348) 2009-01-30 11:40
A great one. How you manage to take all these kind of photos? Amazing. I feel more secure with bush. Regards. Latiff.
Tayon (1985) 2009-01-30 16:58
the face of the man is really like a angry boss!
I like your composition here and the use of the FTb... :)
PS: I like the note, made me think about T's..at days..
pilpel-adom (3018) 2009-02-01 5:28
Impressive shot, George!! Like, this is one of those classic Decisive moments, grasping the split second of pose, delivering the thought behind the face, the Eyes staring...Great Street Photography!!
A joy to look!
Clairedelune (4923) 2009-04-11 18:11
More than a year after you posted it the first time, I am still looking at this picture with deep respect. It is such a good picture! As hard as I look, I can't find one single flaw. And you know that I can find flaws quite easily (I am the first victim of my harsh critiques!). But here, I can't.
And I don't speak only in terms of technicalities. There is more, a lot more than technicalities in a photo.
We don't see often a boss and his employees. Even less in TE. I can see that you achieve to make yourself almost invisible, they seem to be oblivious of your presence. A close presence. 24mm... no doubt, you were right there, touching (so to speak) their shoulders. It's praiseworthy. That makes this 'document' even more interesting and unique.
You have all the right to be proud of such a photo, George. I know I would be.
- Copyright: George Grabarczyk (Polonaise) (5802)
- Genre: People
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2007-09-00
- Categories: Daily Life
- Camera: Canon Ftb, Canon 24mm f/2.8, Kodak 400
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): People of work, Talking faces, Fatal ( facial ? ) obsession !, Fragments, Unwanted kids [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2009-01-29 11:14