In contrast to yesterdays inside. Quiet introspection or is it stupor?
So...this is the outside of the market. Very still and peaceful. Totally opposite than your pic from yesterday.
This is a great image with very nice detail.
18 Mar 2009 5:43pm
This old scene depicts the same activities as yesterday, nothing has changed even the basket carrier is there. A great shot grouse showing the spliff smoker.
18 Mar 2009 5:48pm
18 Mar 2009 6:10pm
Umm - stupor gets my vote. But such a beautiful peaceful introduction to the mayhem inside the walls.
18 Mar 2009 6:12pm
OOOH fabuleux ..................................... !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! great shot in blues ! ......................................... BRAVOOOOOOOO
18 Mar 2009 6:31pm
Love that ! As if he just fell down from the blue wall !
18 Mar 2009 6:44pm
i love this shot for many reasons not only because he is wearing what could pass for camouflage in the tile painting but also because it evokes much intrigue and curiosity. great stuff grouser!
18 Mar 2009 6:52pm
This is such a beautiful composition! The tones of blue throughout this image (including the man on the steps) is wonderful. Bravo to you.
18 Mar 2009 8:49pm
cracking image, great composition
18 Mar 2009 11:28pm
I'd like to think its introspection!!! Great shot!
19 Mar 2009 5:21am
Powerfully evoking happiness and sadness to me, the possibilities of the hopeless pain of living on the street with only the comforts of nicotine and alcohol to get you through, set against the architecture and beauty of the streets that have become one's home.
A marvellous shot
19 Mar 2009 6:21am
Did he come over and ask you for some spare change ??
19 Mar 2009 7:49am
Superb shot...wonderfully composed :)
19 Mar 2009 11:52am
Looks like stupor to me! ;-)
19 Mar 2009 12:19pm
I like the version that thinks its quiet introspection. It's a beautiful setting, but the person makes the street shot work so well. Nice one.
19 Mar 2009 3:48pm
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