On Bank St.
LOL, fantastic capture! And lucky dog not to have to walk in that muck … ;~)
Lucky dog is right. Thanks olivia :)
This could be the transit solution for us all
There might be scheduling problems.
that’s so cute. great shot!
Whole other sense of taking the dog for a walk. At least it avoids the safety-booties this way.
I am loving this silver gray thing you have going. The way the accented colours pop out. Very poetic.
In this pic, I love the movement of the different ‘thoughts’, ending with pup considering the worried man. Takes me to considering ‘the next image’, …the man’s expression if he where to notice the dog. I wonder if he would smile.
Great to hear from you Jacquie. I enjoyed your comments and I’m glad you like the picture.
I’m pretty sure that’s the guy from the Camera Trading Company across from Barrymore’s
Oh, I don’t know him. I hope he wouldn’t mind being in a picture on a blog.
I am pretty sure that the guy on the right is the one working in the old camera store on Bank street. Plus your picture was taken there so…
the man on the r. is in reality the eccentric mathamatician felix blunderstone. for months he has been closing in on the solution to the perplexing mathamatical prolem known as “mcgillicuddy’s paradox”. he has high hopes that tonite he will finally solve it. under his left arm he carries his supper, one medium pizza, garnished only with triple anchovies.
That’s incredible steve! You must be psychic.
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