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mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
5 Jun 2014 12:29AM
Like V4 Peter.
Not surprised she is standing.
She can't sit down wearing leggings that tight !!
Mick.

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5 Jun 2014 12:32AM
V1 and V4 my favourites Peter,
Fred.
Wonder what people used to do in their spare time before the invention of the "mobile".Great collection of unsuspecting subjects Peter.
Martyn.
taggart Plus
12 46 13 United States
5 Jun 2014 1:29AM
An obsecion I fear--- useful, and fun to play with--- A grand collection you have gathered!
nonur Plus
7 17 10 Turkey
5 Jun 2014 1:32AM
V1 and V4 are also my favourites, Peter. A great set of candids.
Lovely light in V4. Good capture. Well done Peter.
WesternRed.
Irishkate Plus
5 38 98 United Kingdom
5 Jun 2014 3:10AM
I can't believe people need to contact somebody as often as they do!
However we're obsessed with our photography so who are we to criticise?
Kate GrinGrinGrin
5 Jun 2014 3:13AM
a nice set of candids.. and a rather bitter reality of our times..
5 Jun 2014 3:52AM
A good set Peter. I see these scenes all the time.
CarolG Plus
9 195 18 Greece
5 Jun 2014 5:58AM
Well captured set, Peter, the challenge now is to take photos in shopping centre without capturing a mobile phone in use Grin Carol
Andysnapper 8 109 25 England
5 Jun 2014 6:44AM
A good, coherent set Peter, I like.

Andy
cats_123 Plus
12 4.5k 26 Northern Ireland
5 Jun 2014 6:52AM
Fabulous set...Vs 3 & 4 my favs GrinGrin
Nikonuser1 Plus
4 56 13 United Kingdom
5 Jun 2014 7:13AM
A great candid set of images PeterSmile

Cliff
ChiliMan Plus
10 135 17 Singapore
5 Jun 2014 7:25AM
Well spotted, captured and processed all, Peter.

Just today the parents and I were on our way back from lunch and were at a zebra crossing...and commented on how the 3 people crossing were glued to their screens at the time. How more lamp posts don't get walked into I don't know!

Andrew
5 Jun 2014 7:26AM
Not me...got rid about 10 years ago
Realized I didn't want to be available 24/7.
Your images say it all really
5 Jun 2014 8:00AM
No reception here and I can't manage the little buttons anyway.

Each one of your pictures is worthy of individual uploading, Peter.
Great candids.
franken Plus
13 3.9k 4 Wales
5 Jun 2014 8:22AM
Excellent set.

How did the world get by without them? Smile

Ken
5 Jun 2014 9:15AM
What did we do without them? this is a wonderful set Peter, V1 and V2 for me, I like the sepia effect.

Great set of Street photographs again

Patty Grin
5 Jun 2014 9:29AM
I only switch mine on if I want to make a call, which isn't often... and never in public.
A few more generations of evolution and babies will be born with oversized stomachs, no legs, and extra thumbs.
Looks very familiar. Nice details , and the expressions when talking. An excellent set Peter !SmileSmileSmile --- Jukka. P.S. I couldnt mange without my SamsungBlushBlushBlushBlushBlush
5 Jun 2014 10:02AM
Great set of images Peter. Mobiles are handy in emergencies but young people seem to spend so much time talking to people on their phones and yet seemed frightened to talk face to face or strike up conversations with other people.
5 Jun 2014 10:53AM
they are a pain for sure one day they will wake up and realise you don't have to shout into them to be understood

G
5 Jun 2014 12:27PM
I love my mobile - especially when a little voice says "Nana?". And your set of pictures capture people's love of theirs - great!
Great set of images, it does seem though that people have stopped talking to each other which is sad really.

Mary Grin
Bantu Plus
3 6 1 India
5 Jun 2014 1:28PM
Peter,general life well captured.

Vikram
TrevBatWCC Plus
8 12 10 England
5 Jun 2014 3:17PM
I wonder what we would all do it they all suddenly stopped working?! Grin I must admit I'd be lost without my iPhone - and iPad, which is much easier to carry around than a laptop! Great set, Peter Smile
Trev Smile
SlowSong Plus
8 6.3k 29 England
5 Jun 2014 3:28PM
It's getting ever harder to capture street scenes without snapping someone holding a phone. People will be able to have them implanted next to save them keep having to carry them around all the time.
x
5 Jun 2014 3:35PM
A fab set of candid shots Peter, these days everyone young and old has one. Does kill the art of conversation, i'm terrible for sending a text rather than making a call.
Wonderful set GrinGrin

Kathryn
5 Jun 2014 4:29PM
6 exclusive shots on a modern theme.

A wise man said: We don't have peace during "Day time for Mobiles & in the night for Mosquitoes" in India.
5 Jun 2014 5:29PM
This is ubiquitous. Same thing in India also. Every one is addicted to this gadget and cannot do without it( I am no exception). The internet on mobile has further made life elusive.
ali63 Plus
4 741 1 United Kingdom
5 Jun 2014 6:08PM
Great candid images, makes you wonder what we did before mobiles, I remember we used to pass the time of day with people in the streets now we just get bumped into ,

Ali GrinGrin
jaktis Plus
12 84 Sweden
5 Jun 2014 7:52PM
Thats life nowadays

Peter
Lillian Plus
7 21 17 United Kingdom
5 Jun 2014 8:30PM
My mobile is for emergencies
Mostly forget it as wellSmile
A well seen set Peter...all of them
And reckon a lot of fun getting
Lillian
capto Plus
4 3.9k 8 United Kingdom
5 Jun 2014 10:32PM
A great set of today. I remember when phones were only in red boxes.Smile

ivor
5 Jun 2014 10:37PM
Well spotted candid shots Peter..Lin
5 Jun 2014 11:08PM
Brilliant set Peter. I must admit I'd be lost without mine but it's true too many children are always on them. But that's life! Cathy
mistere Plus
3 1 3 England
6 Jun 2014 7:27AM
They used to say the television killed the art of conversation, mobiles have taken over.
Why talk when you can text Sad.
Great set Peter.

Dave.
Chinga Plus
5 1 1 United Kingdom
9 Jun 2014 11:21AM
Very well documented Peter!
We don't talk anymore, email or text is the dish of the day.... Tongue
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