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Seahouses 2/4

2009 Retrospective - I had a number of images I took last year that I would have liked to have posted on SC but time didn't allow.  For the time being I am posting a number of these, in no particular order, which I hope you will enjoy.

The second of my pictures from Seahouses, Northumberland was taken in the main street while I was waiting for Maureen to come out of a shop.  I thought it might be a chance to try some people pictures and I kept my eye on this chap sitting om this bollard with his dog.  It was when he was joined by the lady that I felt the time was right to take my picture.

Seahouses 2/4

2009 Retrospective - I had a number of images I took last year that I would have liked to have posted on SC but time didn't allow.  For the time being I am posting a number of these, in no particular order, which I hope you will enjoy.

The second of my pictures from Seahouses, Northumberland was taken in the main street while I was waiting for Maureen to come out of a shop.  I thought it might be a chance to try some people pictures and I kept my eye on this chap sitting om this bollard with his dog.  It was when he was joined by the lady that I felt the time was right to take my picture.

comments (17)

this picture actually sums up seahouses quite well, its a grea tplace to visit got a bit of glitter but its nice and tranquil, nice candid
Brian Walbey: Many thanks Derek, we enjoyed Seahouses although as you say it is very quiet.
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 11 Feb 2010, 06:15
Dogs are always a great conversation starter smile
Brian Walbey: They certainly are Tony, especially my daughters two English Bulldogs one of which is at http://brianaw.shutterchance.com/photoblog/Lenny_/
Should he be parked there? Good shot, nice place
Brian Walbey: He picked an ideal spot to watch the world go by Bill.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 11 Feb 2010, 09:15
Nice shot Brian: they've probably known each other for ever...
Brian Walbey: Could be an old girlfriend perhaps Chris, who knows.
I think I'll give up street photography and take pictures of things red .... ;-)))


richard
Brian Walbey: Don't do that Richard, you do it so well.
Dual purpose street furniture. Clever people oop North.
Brian Walbey: Made for the old folks to rest awhile Chad.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 11 Feb 2010, 10:30
"No parking your bollocks on the bollard at any time". Good on him for ignoring the demand...Anarchy...yeah!
Brian Walbey: That's one way of putting it I suppose Ray smile
Chad: I'll have you know that Leicester and Leicestershire are south of the guacomole/ black pudding divide.

richard
Brian Walbey: There's no way you or I could ever be accused of coming from oop North is there Richard, Cambridgeshire/Hertfordshire is as far away as one can get from up there.
nice candid, it so seems like times gone by...
smile
Cheers
Rob
Brian Walbey: They probably meet quite regularly here for a good old chat Rob.
  • vintage
  • Australia
  • 11 Feb 2010, 11:17
Candid camera
Brian Walbey: It does feel a bit like that doing these sort of shots.
Perfect seats for weary legs. Good candid Brian.
Brian Walbey: Many thanks Linda.
Looks as though they are asking the dog which of the dresses it fancies! Nicely spotted.
Brian Walbey: Many thanks Tom.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 11 Feb 2010, 18:28
She's probably telling him off for ignoring the sign smile Seahouses has put those wretched granite sets on the approach to the roundabout in an effort to shake the car apart - as if the roads weren't rough enough already - grrrrr!
Brian Walbey: I must admit I wasn't driving so didn't notice the road quality Alan. Perhaps she's trying to chat him onto buying her one of the dresses.
  • Jennie
  • United States
  • 11 Feb 2010, 18:40
From what's in the wondow, looks as though I might enjoy browsing that shop. Very nice image
Brian Walbey: Many thanks Jennie.
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 11 Feb 2010, 21:00
Having a dog is always a good icebreaker ;o) Nice shot Brian.
Brian Walbey: Many thnaks Mike, I don't mind most dogs as long as they belong to someone else smile
I like taking pictures of people when they don't know, nice photo that captures a moment in time, sometimes though you have to go careful where you point the camera as I've found out.
Brian Walbey: I'm not really a candid shot type of person Clifford, just occasionaly I get one I like.
that is a very cute scene! good thing you waited smile
Brian Walbey: I was all ready to take the chap on his own and then the lady arrived, what a bonus.

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