All the people are so engaged with something or someone. Life is good with connections.
You've nailed it, Jenny. As usual!I've always liked to see interaction in portraits - not only that but when they're engaged in other things they don't notice me.
Two questions. Ever thought of taking up photography as a profession? Secondly, do the good folk of East Anglia know they're famous now?
It is possible to tell so much from such photographs isn't it - or certainly to guess. Fantastic stuff John.
Don't we humans come in a wonderful variety?
Oh I love people watching.....these are beautiful photos!
I love university towns, such a healthy mix of young, middling and old. Cambridge is great!
A wonderful potpourri of faces. Your photos are excellent! -- barbara
Wonderful captures, John, - everyone so involved with 'living'.
I think you have a gift for taking portraits! Candid ones are my favourite kind.
Wonderfull serie portraits,greeting from Belgium http://louisette.eklablog.com/-p842116
Have a nice end weekend John , here in Belgium raining
The first one looks as if a statue. Nice set.
I like the variety. There is nothing as expressive or compelling as the human face.
I love this, John. You have quite a knack with portraits. I have not seen many here before. I particularly like the young woman looking up at her man with joy in her expression, and the photo of the thinking woman in the blue flowery shirt.
Thanks to everyone for commenting. Especially those of you who are new to BSAH.
I'm playing catch-up ... for some reason your posts are not showing up in my reader ... so, I want to say, these are all beautiful ... the girl at the top is stunningly beautiful.
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