Life is a Bed of... Krakow

By mrswoolybill
A bed of tulips should be quite a bit more comfortable than a bed of roses...
This gentleman was enjoying his siesta in the Planty park. His children were playing nearby. They tried very hard to get him to join in, but he was having none of it.
Now - imagine the scene when he got home afterwards.
'I'm sorry darling, I'd love to help you but I'm totally exhausted, I've been tearing round the park with them for hours...'

Tags: Red Tulips Poland Krakow Siesta Landscape and travel Portraits and people Humour and fun

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Comments


glyndwr 13 74 10 Wales
22 May 2007 11:51AM
Thank You Mrs Woolbill.
Would this make great shot for 'Caption Competition'.
pennyspike 17 2.1k 29 United Kingdom
22 May 2007 11:56AM
As usual the story that accompanies your images completes the picture.
Penny
mikbee 13 3 8 Scotland
22 May 2007 12:16PM
A picture of two halfs.Two for the price of one.Both would be an image in their own right.You are being unfair about the guy tho'.He has just spent a twelve hour night shift at the sunglasses factory.Got home to earache from missus about not spending time with kids.Thought'stuff this' I'll take them to the park where I can have a kip.So lay off.Anyway,nice one Moira.
Mick.
Barbaraj 14 450 England
22 May 2007 12:46PM
A moment in time. Like the tulips. He misses so much with eyes closed.
angryrebel 14 16
22 May 2007 4:15PM
Thats a great image Moira
GlynnisFrith 14 23 3 United Kingdom
22 May 2007 4:17PM
Super shot Moria, the tulips in a flower bed, the sleeper behind making his bed on a park bench
well seen
Glynnis
AlanBW 15 20 England
22 May 2007 4:30PM
Great observation, love the composition too
Herge88 Plus
13 40 6 England
22 May 2007 5:24PM
Nice one, seems fair enough to me.

Best Matt
mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.7k 2379 United Kingdom
22 May 2007 6:23PM
Thanks folks. But do I detect a hint of defensiveness from some of our gents??
I couldn't get exactly the angle I wanted, by the way - I'd have preferred less of the path showing. A combination of the lie of the land and a pesky fence in the way of where I needed to be. In Poland, walking on the grass ranks somewhere between manslaughter and GBH on the criminal scale.
Moira
GeorgeRusky 15 1 4
22 May 2007 6:32PM
Moira,
Lovely image.
Good colors and composition.
Sharp and well developed.
Thank you for your comments.
George.
bliba Plus
15 2 Austria
22 May 2007 6:36PM
very good ...like the comp and the use of the red tulpis....

very well observed and taken


ollie
TelStar 16 116 United Kingdom
22 May 2007 7:18PM
Pretty spot on, I'd say Moira, image and tale.

Tel*
TonyFrith 14 3 6 United Kingdom
22 May 2007 7:55PM
Good composition & colours like your version on the story
Tony
Rende 14 38 4 Netherlands
22 May 2007 8:19PM
Wonderful capture; well spotted and taken!
Rende
TyChee Plus
16 275 1 United States
23 May 2007 4:53AM
Nice composition and another great fun shot!

Ty
g_parry 15 332 United Kingdom
23 May 2007 8:07AM
I like the use of portrait as opposed to landscape for this, it gives the image more depth and the tulips make a great foreground. Well taken.

Glenn
23 May 2007 4:54PM
It's a nice image, well spotted,
Fred.
25 May 2007 9:22PM
Phew - up to date at last - another contemplative well-seen image Moira.

Mike
Nettles 13 England
27 May 2007 8:11AM
Great image and title. You are a good observationist of people. Nettles
28 May 2007 5:32PM
Great image and title.

John (-:
janehewitt 17 215 1 United Kingdom
30 May 2007 9:34AM
Wonderful, just amd me smile! Smile Jane
Retnyap 16 28
16 Jun 2007 7:56PM
Really well seen and love the caption.

Davey P.
LesleyJ 14 247 England
4 Jul 2007 4:54PM
Well spotted. Love the colours.
MickyMc 13 8 United Kingdom
7 Jan 2008 3:25PM
Wonderful tulips and not even in Amsterdam. Of course in May it could be Alan or Danny lying on the bench even if I have to pay them to pose!!
Mavis
Cormy 13 3 England
7 Jan 2008 3:41PM
That "Gentleman" looks uncannily like Brannigan.
Cheers
Alan

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