Black & White Sunday: Summertime

Paula’s theme this week is Summertime. Stuck for this one, I went back to a holiday a few year ago to show some distinctly Summer:

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Boys will be boys

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Gutting fish on the shore in front of the restaurant

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31 comments

  1. Perfect! I love the fishy action shot.

  2. Love the first image 😀

  3. Where was the fish gutted? It could be anywhere in the Adriatic 😉 Thank you, Sue.

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  5. wonderful- love the 2nd one!

  6. A very romantic feel to these photos Sue. I like the soft effect.

  7. Fantastic summer images, Sue. Fish doesn’t come much fresher than this. 🙂

  8. Nothing like fresh fish straight from the sea, prepared and cooked as you watch. That took me back to summer holidays in Greece, even though it was Lanzarote.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  9. What I most like is the way your subjects are totally oblivious to (of? I’m having prepositional problems) the camera. You’ve captured true portraits, snippets from other lives.

    • Sue

      I try to capture snippets of other lives, as you say, in a way that might make someone looking at the image wonder what the story is (and of course neither they nor I know the person’s real story) and people are largely oblivious to my camera because I aim to be unobtrusive (but some might say this is sneaky)…..

  10. The use of black & white gives your photos such an interesting edge, makes them so much more engaging.

  11. Somehow, the black and white makes it seem even hotter, I don’t know why…more edgy, giving more of a hint of the stories behind the capture. Great shots Sue 🙂

  12. He reminds me of the TV chef whose name I’m struggling to remember. He may well be deceased… alcohol related… but he had a wayward air about him that I liked. None of which has anything to do with your great photos 🙂

  13. Fresh fish is great! I love it.

  14. Very nice 😀 It could easily be a scene from a Greek island!

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