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Thats good

By oldgreyheron      
In the afternoon sun at the Royal Horticultural Society's Harlow Carr garden near Harrogate in North Yorkshire it was not only the visitors who needed to stop for refreshment.

Two of the gardeners sat with their mugs of tea and relaxed. He's just had a swig, has his eyes closed - I wonder what he's thinking (probably "Oh no there's a bloke over there with a big lens pointing it at me"!)

1/400s f7.1 ISO 400

Please view large if you have the time - thanks for looking!

Mike

Tags: Garden Tea Rhs Gardener Harlow carr Royal horticultural society Portraits and people

Voters: Briwooly, AlanBW, woolybill1 and 12 more


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Comments


Briwooly 10 452 5 England
15 Apr 2007 4:32PM
Great candid Mike well seen

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AlanBW 10 20 England
15 Apr 2007 5:02PM
Well done Mike, that's a superb candid capture
woolybill1 Plus
9 19 66 United Kingdom
15 Apr 2007 5:07PM
Good shot Mike.

After ten minutes in the garden I need something stronger than tea....

Bill
mrswoolybill Plus
9 902 1445 United Kingdom
15 Apr 2007 5:50PM
...and Bill got something stronger than tea, so he can't complain!
This is nicely sunny & relaxed, a 'first day of real spring' shot. Isn't it nice to ENJOY being outdoors again?
Regards,
Moira
Mavis Plus
14 143 2 England
15 Apr 2007 5:53PM
I'm jealous Mike , of you going to Harlow Carr. Must go and visit Rob one day and go from there . Sunshine outside and a lovely cuppa . What could be better .

The sky has gone very dark grey over here and if it starts to rain in Enniskillen it doesn't know when to stop . We have been spoilt these last two weeks . Smile xx
Possum 9 148 England
15 Apr 2007 5:56PM
Good depth of field, Mike - nice detail, right down to his logo. We spent the whole day in the garden today, bliss in the sunshine.
Allie
tull 12 181 United Kingdom
15 Apr 2007 7:57PM
Great candi Mike a good character study.

Mark.
15 Apr 2007 11:14PM
Great candid Mike. Nothing like a good cup of tea!
Chris
davewaine Plus
9 134 3 England
15 Apr 2007 11:15PM
Having just spent all of a blisteringly hot day helping the memsahib hack a route through our garden, I know just how this bloke feels. Beautifully caught and sharp as a tack, Mike.

Dave
16 Apr 2007 10:03AM
Great shot, super timing.
Les
A nice candid shot, Mike.....He looks very relaxed to me, you did good!

Cheers and have a wonderful week,
Suzan Smile
16 Apr 2007 10:58PM
Great candid capture Mike - he looks like he's enjoying his break

Stan
TonyFrith 9 3 6 United Kingdom
18 Apr 2007 10:09PM
Smashing candid shot , I love my tea as well as him
Tony

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