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love the grafitti flower pot “wanted”!
a nice street series!
Very nice – I particularly like the shoelaces and the little girl. The pretzel vendor makes me hungry – I love a good street vendor pretzel!
hello~ thanks for the LIKES~
Hi, I have nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award. Congratulations!
If you’ve received the award previously, then know I feel you deserve another one.
HEEEEEEY thank you so much..you are the sixth guy who sent me about the versatible!!If you want to add it I am from Greece too..:P!so thanks again!!have fun and keep blogging peace!!
Thanks, and I will add the information on Greece!
These are wonderful street shots, in the first one, I know, looks like our simit… Thank you dear Rod, by the way Good Luck for Greece with their new result for the election. Love, nia
thank you Nia ..we really need good luck..!thanks for your comment peace!
My heart with you all dear Rod, I wish we have a election too and to see the change!!!!!!! Love, nia
good luck to you too then!peace!
Love the wanted! we always need to have flower in our heart…
Great street shots!
eye-catching accidental shots!!!
I am so glad to see you back again…and for liking my little blog. I’m glad you liked the stories of the Ant and the 3 Men and The Tractor. I think your photography is grand! Simply wonderful. Each one makes me either want to make up a story to go with it….or hear the story behind it. Thanks for taking me along on your journey.
thanks…yeah sometimes I want to write something about them in the post but i think there is much more mysterious like this..!What is your opinion??
Hard to say. I agree with you, the mystery can be the story, or you can let everyone imagine their own. It all works, especially when the photos draw you in like yours do. I admire your ability to refrain from giving them stories…I, on the other hand, have no such self control. But it works for me, which I guess is the important thing.
thanks for your time…
Nice post, love the shoelaces!
Very nice … love the theme.
I love the last photo of the classical guitarist/lutist most.
Would very much love to be there to listen them play… how spontaneous and alive!
Oh man… I love your photography. Quite an eye
Love love love!
I just nominated you One Lovely Blog Award http://jennysserendipity.wordpress.com/2012/05/12/the-one-lovely-blog-award/
Wooow thank you so much!!!:)
You deserve it!
lots of life
like it a lot
What a unique form of art. Look forward to seeing more.
What a unique form of art. I look forward to seeing more.
I rather enjoyed going to those vendors to buy some of that bread….and inexpensive snack to go along with my iced coffee!
Like the last picture. that’s a neat Jazz guitar the man on the left has there, and I like the attitude of just playing a bit while sitting in a cafe.
Thank you for the like on my blog!
Effective sequence of well done compositions. You convey a sense of mood, time and place through out the series of images. Well done !
Thank you for the like on my blog…led me back to yours. I really enjoyed looking through your lens.
very creative street capture – i rarely ever get the chance to do it myself – thank you- and glad you like my pinemoon
Very colourful, very funny, great contrast, thanks for liking me also!
Will pass on the tattoo conference to my daughter who is trying to get a “foot in the door” (not so easy it seems)
another great post i saw on ur site! great work!
thanks for the compliment!!
I like the story telling. Varied and nice.
PS. Thanks for choosing to follow my blog
Great pictures ! I love the happy looking musicians!
Thanks for stopping by CanadianTravel Bugs Nice pics!
Love the shoelaces (colour or WHAT?) , the tram lines and the guys with guitars relaxing at the table drinking… very atmospheric all of them.
What’s the first guy selling?
Great photos in their natural setting. Makes me think back to the time wqhen I was statoned in Europe.
Thank you for stopping by and liking my take on grip strength in my poem “Life long promise”.
Athens is magical, just had two days there, so I only had a glimpse, but it stool my heart!
Thanks for stopping by and liking my blog. I love your photos! Ellie http://www.themuseisworking.com
Great shots! Particularily like number 2, great siluette!
These are beautiful. I like the intensity of the colors. My favorite is the wanted sign. Thank you.
I appreciate your visit to carefreecomposition.com…thanks for the blog like!
From Japan. Thank you for visiting my blog. Your photograph is humane and good cut.
Thanks for visiting one of my blogs. I am glad you enjoyed today’s post. If you would like to check out my other blog here is the link, http://poetryphotosandmusingsohmy.wordpress.com
i have to thank u i needed a lift and there you where great work
Hi! Thanks for liking my post “Weekly Photo Challenge: Create”. I really like this “Wanted” post.
Really loved your photography – you have a very artistic eye.
Great shots. That guy in the naval uniform looks so cool with his girlfriend.
Today’s life experiences are good for us all.
Interesting series of photos!
the flower pot is cool.
I loved the top photo. My day has been brightened.
Really like the photo with the two guitarists.
Wonderful photos, thank you for stopping by and liking!
I so enjoy these photos!
Wanted- beauty . Found- with your view.
Great photos – Kudos
I can almost follow you as you capture life’s moments around you. The vendor by the busy street, the travelling bags arranged in a mathematical fashion, the guitarists easing off over drinks,… Really nice.
Thanks for liking my post on the Mad Village Poet.
Love the closeups always have. Thanks for the ideas.
What a fun interpretation. I loved it. Thanks for following at Boomdeeadda, I finally got round to visiting everyone, sorry it took a bit.
Don’t worry!!Thanks for passing by!:)
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