Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Going Home

Going Home by Just Used Pixels

Going Home, a photo by Just Used Pixels on Flickr.
Another in my pursuit of my new passion for candid street photography.

If you click on the photo above it will take you to an enlargement on my flickr page where you can scroll your mouse over the image and you will see a ferocious lion.  Try it and let me know how it works.

Don't be shy - leave a comment or email me.  I look forward to hearing from you!

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Sandra said...

that lion is really cool, after i went to flicker, I can see it in the above photo. i wonder what she was thinking about, nothing happy I am sure.

Gillian Olson said...

Great picture, she is completely lost in thought. ps. liked the lion too.

Rick said...

An air of detachment surrounds her - good capture, Scott. As for the ferocious lion, I saw a somewhat less-ferocious Yorkshire terrier, but I admit that I was thinking a bit small today :>)

Enjoyed your sunset shot (did I see ice there ?).

Hilary said...

Love this shot. It's a wonderful portrait and so cute to see that lion about to nip at that man's ear. Very cool.

darlin said...

Scott I'm getting excited on this end, your portrait here is stunning! I love how you've captured this lady deep in thought! Brilliant work Scott!

Barefoot from Heaven said...

brrr.. good shot my friend. and the lion...HOW COOL IS THAT. Just popped back from you flickr site....geeezzzz amazing that you saw that. Did this made you take the picture? Or did you had the encounter with the lion when you opened it on your computer screen?
Again wonderful...and about Rick...let him speak for himself. Thinking small, ha. ;-)
I always love to tease him. Hugs Dagmar

TexWisGirl said...

lots on her mind. :) congrats on your POTW!

Dianne said...

I love portraits
she's so intent and beautiful
well done
congrats on POTW

Stacey Dawn said...

Hey Scott - fabulous capture. Love her pose and look out the window. Great job.

Here I Am/Carrie said...

I love seeing portraits of people just off the streets or photoed unknown to them. I hope to get a better camera this winter so I can start trying out people photos. Need something with a better zoom so I don't have to be right in there face.

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