This week, Ann Christine has asked us show a story in a single image. For a long time, I have endeavoured to capture images that tell a story…obvious or implied.
So, here are three tales to be told:
Ogling at the beach
And finally…seen in Lisbon – who is he calling, or waiting for:
Linked to Lens Artist’s at Ann Christine’s here
Whose story would I choose to tell? Maybe the man with his horse and cart. A long life, simply led, with perhaps a few longer journeys than most in his village.
And I think you might have a point
That second one brings back uncomfortable memories of a beach in Fiji for me, but love the other two
Oh dear, Fiji beach doesn’t sound good. But glad you liked the others
Wasn’t a great experience but nothing awful happened, I just headed backed to the hostel. Long walk!
All great theme choices, Sue. Having used a few of your photos as prompts for short stories, I often see that aspect in your shots.
Best wishes, Pete.
OMG Sue, the ogling at the beach image is superb! I laughed out loud – you truly captured the moment with that one 😊
It was just a moment seen…Luck!
These are three great photos. I especially like your last photo. 😀 😀
A quick shot as we rounded a corner in a TukTuk!
I love them all, Sue – the ogling cracked me up at first, but then I felt a bit bad about my reaction when I read Becky’s comment. The gentleman at the table is a really handsome moment. Somehow the Transylvanian man and horse had me remembering Hardy’s Tess and her sad story. You have really caught interesting stories here, they all made me think and associate…
Oh, I’m pleased they worked for you, Ann Christine!
They certainly did, Sue!
Sue, these images lend your imagination to go off in many directions.
That was the intention, Anne! Pleased you saw them that way
Great shots, great stories, Sue
I love the last photo. Just has to be a European man with his cigarette and clogs and bottle of mineral water. I suspect that bike does not belong to him!
Thanks Margaret I’m sure you’re right about the bike!
Ooops, sorry Jude….
Quite some stories.
they do tell a story…
I like to think they do!