such a nice smile...
A happy fellow!
Yes please! :)
A wonderful gesture and moment. Beautiful.
So, so special, Ken Mac. You've certainly good a way with photography.
u dun diddit! kudos! :-)...ero.
Very good shot!!
Ken, you are just on fire with these human candids (right word?-- might sound trivializing and I mean everything BUT that). Nice caption too. This captures the good side of human romance about as well as anything I can think of. You don't often (ever?) see art subjects in this position, yet it's as everyday and intimate as ANYthing they could be doing. Also, there's an Everyman dimension here. He is and she seems nice looking, but not Las Vegas glitz or his hunkboy and her cleavage. Her cloth coat and simple pony-tail (with some sun in it) are important. I guess he's handsome, in SPITE OF his dumbassedly fashionable half-beard. But he also looks like a guy from anyone's office or weekend pick-up game more than he looks like Brad Pitt or George Clooney. Sorry to go on, but I REALLY like this.
Yes, what everyone has said . . . warm and charming and inviting and perfect.
Great photo of a happy smile, Ken Mac!I think she said to him: "I love you"!
Gorgeous.Happy Thanksgiving, Ken. Thinking of you this year. My dear father passed away right before thanksgiving ten years ago and I remember how strange and heartbroken we all felt that year. This holiday is always bittersweet for me.Sending holiday hugs and cheer from SoCal.
She says: " you did bring the Mastercard? It's black friday; we're off to spend."Ck.
This is my favorite of all. Happy Thanksgiving, Kenny Mac.
"That guy over there is taking our picture. Is he a creep?" hahaha
This is a keeper. It reminds me why I love Paris so much. I'd love Paris more if I could be on the receiving end! :)V
There is some noise on the background, but photo is warm and lovely
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