Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Girl Talk and Coffee.


While breaking away from the Farmers Market crowd over the weekend I stumbled upon these two. Just sharing coffee and a chat.

22 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

What a cool bench there! ;)
coffee and chat, just a perfect idea!I would include also take pictures!
hugs
Léia

LD said...

This has a really wonderful unhurried feel to it. Reminds me to more of that (sitting around with friends drinking coffee). Preferably outside.

Olivier said...

un beau petit moment d'intimité entre deux amis

Irredento Urbanita said...

Sometimes a good friend and a great talk is a moment of paradise.

Regards

Valery

[Barcelona Daily Photo]

VP said...

A very nice image. I'd like to post it on my bench blog (A Bunch of Benches), if you agree, with full credits to you. If you agree let me know something more about the place and the date of the photo.

B SQUARED said...

The area needs some nice benches.

JD said...

I like when you photo-catch daily life stuff like that.

Luis Gomez said...

Very nice!

Sharon said...

It looks like they've found a quiet place away from the crowds.

becky said...

I miss that. Most of my good girlfriends are scattered across the states. Makes it hard to get together for coffee & chat... two of my favorite things!

Tracy said...

There's nothing like a nice leisurely cup of coffee and a girlfriend or two to share it with.

Mahon said...

what I like about this picture is the fact that it is "stolen", I like capturing moments of life! I can only encourage you!
Bye !! :)

Jarart said...

Quiet moments in the sunshine make for a nice photograph!

JM said...

Lovely composition and like the shades here.

NYC In Photographs said...

Looks like an interesting place for a chat. Much more interesting that your typical green park bench.

Farmchick said...

I agree with Mahon....I love the fact that this is a stolen moment. Not structured, not hurried, just a moment between friends.

Vicki said...

Great capture of such an intimate, quiet moment. I almost feel as if I'm intruding...

Kate said...

It's interesting how we focus on different parts of a scene. My eyes are drawn more to the curtains and to the log "bench."

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

What a great "slice of life" shot this is and it shows the local area. Scenes like this are repeated all over the world, two women sharing conversation. Love it!
Genie

Lynette said...

Neat capture, Randy. I love shots like this that show a slice of life.

Kaori said...

For a minute there I thought that was me. lol. I do it often. Great shot :D

Louis la Vache said...

hmmm....
«Louis» sells coffee at a farmers market on Saturdays.