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Absolute gift

By dudler  
I was looking through some old pictures of Joceline - and found that I'd snapped this on the train back from London.

I'm not sure if I had asked permission to shoot - the fact that the camera seems to have been at head height suggests I had, though.

The combination of the woman's steady gaze and hte man's slightly apprehensive expression makes it good Silly Sunday fodder...

Tags: Train Nec Portraits and people Silly Sunday

Voters: cats_123, mrswoolybill, colijohn and 31 more

Readers' Choice Awards are given to photos that get over 30 votes


cats_123 Plus
16 4.9k 29 Northern Ireland
27 Nov 2016 9:28AM
That's breakfast sorted then 😀😀😀

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mrswoolybill Plus
13 1.8k 2144 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2016 9:33AM
Best laugh so far this morning. Could be an ad for M&G Investments - See your money grow.
SlowSong Plus
11 8.6k 30 England
27 Nov 2016 10:39AM
Couldn't have been arranged better. Not to snap away would have been criminal. A gift indeed. Smile
woolybill1 Plus
13 30 76 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2016 10:55AM
A travelling triffid. Helps to explain why I'd rather drive the car Smile
Irishkate Plus
9 41 116 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2016 12:49PM
Great expression on the man's face but I'm drawn to the elegant lady and her hat.
Kate Grin
Rende 13 38 4 Netherlands
27 Nov 2016 2:07PM
Daisymaye 11 23 16 Canada
27 Nov 2016 2:31PM
He's wondering if its going to fit in the car without bending the top. I think she is looking at you.
banehawi Plus
15 2.2k 4083 Canada
27 Nov 2016 4:32PM
He: Yes, just what I always wanted. She: I cant believe he actually bought this.
pablophotographer 8 1.4k 361
27 Nov 2016 10:33PM
Happy to have casted the 30th vote, cause I really think it worths the award. I shall do a mod tomorrow. The gazes are the most awesome part of the fixture.
She: I am content with my flower purchase.
He: I can't believe she bought that!
pablophotographer 8 1.4k 361
28 Nov 2016 10:54PM
Mo and George is titled from M&G.
I said I would do a modification... There you have it,
I suspect when they got the bag from the investment company this was plant way smaller.
As I suspect the width of the lens might showed ''George's'' hands a bit bigger than in reality.
I've found them too obstructive, although some may say their gesture matches with the ambiguous grimace in his face. I thought it was an image about the faces actually and that fictional triangle created between the two faces and the flower on the top.
Top image dudler, all kudos for you for chatting them up and making them pose for you.

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