A Side Street in St Tropez Enjoy!#View my pictures here. You can buy them as digital files, framed prints, canvas wraps, or Giclee art prints.Today’s #Picture 28/Jun/21
I very much like this candid shot of Stuart’s taken in a side street in St Tropez. I wonder what the young woman on the right was saying.
12 thoughts on “Today’s #Picture 28/Jun/21”
Me, too, Lynette. Unfortunately, it was in rapid French, and I was distracted by the woman in front of us suddenly stopping to look in the shop window on the left! So, it’s one for the imagination of the viewer.
Yes, it certainly is. I get the sense that she’s bordering on upset in some way, but maybe there was nothing at all!
There’s certainly a hint of ‘upset’ in her facial expression, Lynette.
I think she was a bout to burst into song, perhaps Twist a St. Tropez.
Hahaha. 🙂 Spontaneous dancing for no apparent reason is either a good thing or a bad thing. 😉
“Oh there you are! What took you so long?” she says, as she finally spots her friend coming down the street.
It’s a possibility, Anneli!
I like photos that tell a story or that have the potential for action. Very nicely captured.
It’s a great capture. I like your interpretation.
Thanks, Anneli. I spent a couple of years working as a press photographer, so I’m probably still alert to that sort of thing even almost 50 years later!
When you have the touch, you don’t lose it. Well done, Stuart.