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25 May 2020 8:51AM
Ain't they just, ee.
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25 May 2020 9:13AM
Excellent Sawsengee,
Fred.
25 May 2020 9:17AM
Great image, not glad it was not overlooked, Sawsengee
25 May 2020 10:47AM
Is it possible to lose the ability to smile?
sawsengee Plus
13 6 32 Malaysia
25 May 2020 10:55AM

Quote:Is it possible to lose the ability to smile?

YES Leo, reasons:
1. years of intolerable hardship in life,
2. hostile or unsympathetic social environment,
3. prolonged isolated social lifestyle,
4. distrust of public through years of distancing because of past bad experiences.
Many of my street subjects fall into 1 to 4 or a combination of reasons.......so it is very very difficult
for them to irk a simple smile for my camera no matter how hard I tried.....their facial muscles just don't work
so immediately! ee
dimalexa 3 5 Greece
25 May 2020 11:58AM
A look and a smile with a dose of reservation. Glad to give the 30th vote to this superb portrait!
Dimitris
25 May 2020 1:01PM
A beautifully captured image.

Glenn
TrevBatWCC Plus
12 13 16 England
25 May 2020 1:17PM
Looking rather serious there, but an excellent portrait 👍
Certainly going to be a long time before travelling abroad, and quite a while for holidaying here in Britain too 🥺
Trev 😀
25 May 2020 2:03PM
An inquisitive glare from a rather stern looking gentleman, ee. He doesn't take too kindly on being overlooked.Wink

JohnSmile
viscostatic 13 47 7 United Kingdom
25 May 2020 3:37PM
So glad you found this one again.

Phil.
dudler Plus
16 1.2k 1669 England
25 May 2020 5:23PM
A telling image, and very serious words.

We all know we have a crisis just now: life in many places is perpetual crisis.

And then there's global warming: I hope that as we emerge from lockdown, we start to take that seriously enough for extensive preventative measures.
Chinga Plus
9 3 2 United Kingdom
26 May 2020 10:16PM
A very humble expression captured Sawsengee... Good work !!
Isabel GrinGrin
Great work ,,, so thought provoking !!!!!

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