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..reading between the lines...

By John_Horner  
With noise levels at mega decibels from the children playing on the beach on this warm day. The guy was oblivious and even though he got stepped over, a ball in his back and sand over him, he just slept on. Irony to think we spend hundreds of pounds on space age mattresses.
I have a b&w conversion of this but the colour is markedly better in my humble opinion.

Thanks for looking.

Tags: Photo journalism Portraits and people

Voters: caotiquemind, ripleysalien, Hanners and 19 more

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ripleysalien 15 1.2k 11 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2007 11:59AM
Yet another good one, youve done this before

Hanners 16 875 10 Ireland
19 Apr 2007 12:20PM
quite disturbing really, that you can have such an idealic and romantic location such as this yet the plight of the homeless is rammed down our throats with such venom, makes you think a little doesn't it?

As ever with your recent work John, it's outstanding and I wonder how it will sit the the pro EPZers...

CLIX Smile
John_Horner 16 12 2 England
19 Apr 2007 12:41PM
Thanks Tony. Your comments are as always so very much appreciated.
dave thelens 18 936 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2007 12:49PM
Taking the shot through those distracting bars was a brave move, one I feel that has worked

riprap007 17 1.6k 37 England
19 Apr 2007 1:13PM
clever composition and title, good piece of PJ
19 Apr 2007 4:43PM
Strong statement in a picture. Excellent.
GillyB 17 317 8 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2007 6:00PM
Quite thought provoking.....well taken!

jaktis 18 84 Sweden
19 Apr 2007 6:01PM
A very strong picture and the colours show the dirt more effective

19 Apr 2007 6:48PM
Well captured John !!!

ps. was that me at work ??? Smile
MalcolmS Plus
17 1.2k 13 England
19 Apr 2007 7:16PM
Works for me John, oh to be not driven by materialism

TonyFrith 15 3 6 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2007 8:10PM
Looks good it caught my eye
19 Apr 2007 8:42PM
John, a sad comment on our society very well presented. The red works well for me.

TerryBaxter 16 11
19 Apr 2007 9:12PM
Agree with DTL [for once!]; the bars are very well conceived and brave, John.

Tandberg 19 1.2k 2 England
20 Apr 2007 10:40AM
It does work John!
Chant57 16 395 3 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2007 3:43PM
The composition here works very well John, a good piece of photo journalism without being intrusive.
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