Friday, June 07, 2013

On the Run


You will usually find something interesting photographically, even extremely charming, when you carry a camera. Like this little family who was prepared for the big day. They found that someone had forgotten to open the main door, and they had to use the side entrance. I suspect that all went well.

Have a nice Week-end

31 comments:

Andy said...

I love these candid shots of people.

Malyss said...

A mother is always a mother, no matter the day, no matter the dress..Very interesting and cute shot!

About your question: the white part of the city hall that you see is only the entrance. The building is much larger, you can guess a part of it behind, with pink walls. Anyway, it's true that it's quite small. But The city hall has been here in the Old Town since centuries,in the heart of the city, and citizens absolutely refuse any change.
Bon week-end!

Lucy Corrander : Photos said...

It looks as if a bride is bringing the bridesmaids. Action-packed, charming and enigmatic photo.

sylvia kirkwood said...

I do love shots like this, Rune!! And a Mom is always a Mom!! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!!

Jackie said...

What a great shot!!!

John said...

In the right spot, and carrying a camera - nice one.

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

Yes, hopefully, this was the worst glitch of the day :-)

Ken Mac said...

So unusual, this could be many stories

HansHB said...

Herlig knips, sikkert en god historie bak det hele...
Ha ei flott helg!

katney said...

Perhaps what happened in our church on Maunday Thursday had happened. I was coming in the side entrance and someone mentioned that the front doors were not open. I got the key and went and opened them. As I was going back up the aisle on the right, I saw Alonzon going down the aisle on the left. He returned a few minutes later and said he had unlocked the doors because someone told him they had not been unlocked. Instead, he had locked the doors that I had just unlocked.

Phoenix C. said...

This really is such a charming photo! I can imagine the guests will all be telling the story afterwards.

richies said...

Photos like this are so much more appealing than pose one. Great shot!
An Arkies Musings

Birdman said...

Get me to my wedding on time.

Banjo52 said...

Soft, white and graceful humans against darker, harder, but not oppressive or grim stone and wood--really nice contrast, RuneE.

On a lighter note, I recently saw a piece on TV about a woman who made a bridal gown from toilet paper. It looked (to my dumb eyes) at least a bit like this gown. For what it's worth . . .

Anne said...

Jasså det var DU som ble svensk bryllupsfotograf :-)

Abraham Lincoln said...

I always enjoy looking at what garnered your attention and am pleasantly surprised.

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

Your photo's tonal quality is absolutely beautiful!! -- barbara

L. Neusiedler said...

this is very cute indeed :)

ladyfi said...

Hope she made it on time. Very cute picture.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

You can immediately see there is a deeper story to be told. Your photo is like the opening line of a novel.

2totrvlviewfinder said...

Glimpse into a special day.

photographic-sketchbook said...

Beautiful. Great shot! Just in the right moment.

truels said...

Ja, alting går ikke altid efter planen....!
Håber du nyder sommeren deroppe :-)

truels said...

Ja, alting går ikke altid efter planen....!
Håber du nyder sommeren deroppe :-)

Irene said...

Artig fanget, Rune. Ja, det er ofte en belønnes med noen blinkskudd om en er flink til ha med seg kameraet over alt :o)

Ha en fortsatt god uke!

Irén T. A. Færevaag said...

Heisann Rune!

Jammen meg har du et godt øye for det gode motiv. Artig miljø/stuasjonsbilde :-)

Tusen takk til deg for gode ønsker og hilsener når jeg var langtidssyk! Slikt varmer :-)

Både jeg og objektivet er i full vigør igjen.

Hilsen Irén

imac said...

Well captured Sir.
Hope all went well with them too.

munchow said...

Litt av start på en ny tilværelse, og hurtig fanget av deg. Veldig bra, ekte street photography!

Mandy Southgate said...

Wow, what a truly excellent composition! Great capture!

Becky Jerdee said...

Spontaneity! Wonderful capture :)

EG CameraGirl said...

Proof that it's wise to take your camera everywhere!