Running late.

By franken
I was in Cardiff yesterday and I managed to grab a few images.

Whenever I'm in Cardiff I always pass these bus stops and more often than not there's nobody about and then all of a sudden several photo opportunities arrive at the same time! Smile

The bus was running late.

For some reason the exif data doesn't show and I have to do is manually? I first thought it was because I used to save for web but now I'm resizing them.

Tags: Street photography Photo journalism Cardiff Portraits and people

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31 Aug 2012 11:15AM
B&W for me excellent candid as is your norm Ken


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chavender 7 270 1 France
31 Aug 2012 11:25AM
Has to be the mono for me Ken.
Well observed and converted as usual.

achieverswales 7 8 101 Wales
31 Aug 2012 11:42AM
Mono Ken, another excellent capture! You do have the knack of spotting a photo, love the chef looking at the queue.


Brian65 9 2 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2012 11:49AM
Great one Ken, hope your 100% now, all the best. Brian
danbrann Plus
13 637 17
31 Aug 2012 11:49AM
Yes the mono one Ken. Is this the queue for the Disco.
woolybill1 Plus
11 23 72 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2012 12:12PM
Very much prefer the mono, Ken. The queueing ladies harmonise better with the line drawings behind them.
Superb candid observation, as per usual Wink
Fefe Plus
6 23 31 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2012 12:13PM
Well I have flicked back and forth and I really cant choose....................... Love them bothGrin So much to look at and I can feel their annoyanceWink
Cardiff bus stops look very well cared forGrin
Joline Plus
12 30 53 United States
31 Aug 2012 12:16PM
Those poor old legs look tired....I can relate.
I prefer the mono for this.
mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1929 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2012 12:30PM
Has to be mono. In colour the various shopping bags grab the eye and draw it down to the baseline of the frame. Whereas the interest for me is the 'chef' top left viewing the queue so ironically.
It's a great location, a gift to street photography, the cast is forever changing.
taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
31 Aug 2012 12:55PM
I like both, a very amusing image!
CaroleS Plus
8 433 3 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2012 2:05PM
Has to be the mono for me and from here on in if I am out and about I am going to smile, don't they all look grumpy, no wonder that chef is looking at them like thatSmileSmileSmileSmile
rontear Plus
15 8 8 England
31 Aug 2012 3:28PM
Simular to the doctors waiting room, no eye contact !! Love the procession of passengers Ken. And many thanks for your U/A it is most appreciated indeed from an observer of your class ( King of candids !!)
SlowSong Plus
9 7.4k 30 England
31 Aug 2012 4:02PM
I love these studies of people just doing nothing. Excellent.
helenlinda Plus
11 360 22 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2012 5:01PM
The mono unifies this row of people into a group SmileSmile
Its fascinating how people in a queue rarely turn and talk to the person behind them - its as if they are afraid that if they turn from the direction of the coming bus they will miss it WinkWink
ChiliMan 11 135 17 Singapore
31 Aug 2012 5:45PM
I said it before and I'll say it again...King of Candids Grin

Definitely V2 for me, Ken. For two reasons. One, great colours in the subjects and background. Two, we can really study and appreciate the bags people carry. For me, this is a splendid study on bags Smile

31 Aug 2012 5:46PM
Excellent capture, mono woks very well.
O mono on this shot clear winner, the chef works so well in this shot, excellent comp, and I just love it.

Maiwand 11 3 73 England
31 Aug 2012 6:48PM
Must be a shot from the UK. Nowhere else in the world would you find people standing in such an orderly queue.GrinGrin
saltireblue Plus
8 8.1k 33 Norway
31 Aug 2012 8:47PM
Mono, Ken.
Looks as if someone has "let some air out" and all are looking as innocent as possible, especially the three on the left.
Brilliant spot Ken.
Hope things are better for you now.

31 Aug 2012 9:08PM
Yep mono for me too.
Love it. Smile

Brilane 11 5 12 Wales
1 Sep 2012 5:27PM
More great street photography.
barbarahirst 9 27 12 United Kingdom
1 Sep 2012 6:19PM
onlt to happy to take this to RC.
V1 for sure for me ... i find the colours distracting in V2
Source 7
3 Sep 2012 11:46PM
Flicking back and forth it seems that older women tend to wear fawn insipid colours which do nothing for them. Wake up and smell the coffee we don't have to look our age we can have some feel for colour. Colour can make all the difference even in monochrome.


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