Saturday, May 22, 2010

Lunch-break at Rockefeller Center

Everyone gets a bit tired at midday.



This Monochrome concept came from Aileni at Monochrome Weekend.

29 comments:

Sistertex said...

This is a terrific street scene. Wonder what he is thinking about? Very nice! :)

Serline said...

I like the creases in the sleeves, how the light shimmers and reflects off the folds.

http://narelleserline.blogspot.com/2010/05/monochrome-weekend.html

Dina said...

Nice shot of Americana. :)
Wonder what he is thinking, or praying.
Hey, but there is a lively smiling man in the background.

ArneA said...

Never been longing for NY or USA, byt your photos make me curious

photoinspire said...

Excellent capture :). Makes you wonder what he was thinking and then there are the happy faces behind him! Lovely shot really!

Rune (Bildebloggen) said...

Det var et veldig godt situasjonsbilde du har knipset der, jeg tror han ber om styrke og at kona skal bli ferdig å handle snart :)

Riktig god helg Rune!

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Every picture is FABULOUS. However, can't get those breathtaking pictures of the bride and groom out of my head. Your daughter is so lucky to have a photographer/dad!

Jan
GDP

Malyss said...

He seems to be more than tired...and what a contrast with the man smiling just behind..very interesting picture, that tells a lot of stories.

Carver said...

Great shot. You capture the mood of someone desperately needing a break so well. I enjoyed your shots from your trip to NY. Congratulations to your daughter on her wedding. She's a beauty. One of my sisters has lived in Manhattan for 33 years and I always enjoy seeing shots from her home city.

Luckaa said...

I have to laugh.
I like it!

Randi's Tanker said...

Mange flotte bilder fra The Big Apple! Gratulerer også med sønn og svigerdatter. Et nydelig brudepar. Sikkert en stor opplevelse å få feire ungdommene og forståelig at øyekroken ble våt.

Ønsker deg en fin pinse!

Nydia said...

Oh poor man! I feel tired for himn!

Love how you caught the moment around him.

Kisses!

Dragonstar said...

This is so good Rune. Such a fine shot in every way.

imac said...

Lots of feelings to this shot Rune my friend.

Gunsside said...

Tøft bilde, forteller mye,,,
Ha en fin uke ;)

Woody said...

Brilliant composition, your timing is perfect!

A and Y Ikeda said...

Your photos of NYC made us miss that city so much (we used to live there)! Thank you for sharing!

Unseen Rajasthan said...

What a fantastic and beautiful shot !!Loved the post !!Amazing !!

Mike Simmons said...

Amazing shot, Rune! You captured it well!

Lara Neusiedler said...

excellent!!

Anne said...

Å glor å glor for å finne ut om det er liv i den gubben der, he he men har faktisk kommet dit henn at det skal litt mer til enn organdonasjon??

Kjekk søndag til deg.

Coffeeveggie addict. said...

awes0me,i really like y0ur subject here.

John said...

Great b&w shot.

Tom said...

Fantastic Image... I wonder what was on his mind?

Dick said...

Very true

awarewriter said...

Excellent street photography. Lots of emotion in this one.

I suspect Fangorn forest would keep me occupied for a very long time.

http://graceolsson.com/blog said...

a very nice shot..
love it
http://graceolsson.com/blog/2010/05/christian-the-firsts-portrait/

T. Becque said...

This is excellent.

Yolanda said...

His body language is so intense - very nice capture of his emotion. You went to NY and swept the monochrome weekend/month with a fantastic shot!! Rune is back in town!