Waiting

Waiting is something that I was very poor at when I was younger, but I am having to get better at it these days! Here are one or two folk waiting, some looking seriously fed up… These images have appeared in previous posts.

Pondering

Waiting for the sunset

Palermo steet scene

Watching

Fed up with the wait

More Waiting can be seen here

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28 comments

  1. The face in the hand is a giveaway of being fed up.
    Nice selection, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. All fabulous examples of waiting!

    • Sue

      Glad you think so, Jude! There was an image from the south of France that I had in mind for this, but just couldn’t find it, but found all these instead!

  3. Lovely, Sue. Almost all of them men…? I understand…I make the same “mistake”, haha.

  4. Excellent shots. And I love the doors as much as the people!

  5. Very apt photos. Great to capture people when they are unaware.

  6. fantastic shots, Sue, I really like all of them a lot, have a nice day, regards Mitza

  7. Ditto all of the above. 🙂 I had to work at waiting/patience, too. Mostly successful now, but I’m still a work in progress with this.

    janet

  8. yes you have a good eye for a background scenery first and foremost and hence your shots are like street theatre- worth the wait

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  11. Excellent Sue! I especially like the second one .

  12. Wonderful waiting in Palermo!

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