Thursday, September 21, 2017

on their way

heading toward main street after leaving the postal building.


23 comments:

  1. Hi Bill.

    So difficult walk with small steps so you can not go straight.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  2. I envy senior citizens. I just happen to one myself.

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  3. Sometimes I wonder do I look like this?....

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  4. The burden of becoming older but still going forward. Great shot Bill.

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  5. I have found that the use of a cane can be very helpful at times. This is rather poignant and I'd love to know the stories these women could tell.

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  6. ...get putting one foot in front of the other!

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  7. That sidewalk does not look too friendly.
    Have a great day, Bill.
    : )

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  8. Friends? Sisters? You captured some togetherness here Bill.

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  9. A very nice street photo Bill. I sometimes use a cane like that too, usually after I have fallen and hurt my knee for the umpteenth time!

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  10. Well good for the ladies. Keep up the walking
    MB

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  11. Yes, that sidewalk could be problematic if you're not paying attention to where you step.

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  12. Two lovely ladies out for their daily errands!

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  13. Nice capture of daily life, Bill.

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  14. Canes and all. Love them and the photo!

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  15. This is a lovely photo, Bill! Thank you so much for sharing.

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  16. Great photo Bill as it does show their companionship & also their vulnerability as senior citizens

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  17. Caes seem to be proliferating recently; perhaps it's just become more important to me right now!!

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  18. Strong independent people. Lots of differnt things in this photo.

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  19. Poignant. I worry about becoming mobility impaired.

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  20. Nice capture. I could go on and on about all the thoughts it's provoking...hallmark of a good shot.

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  21. I'm glad they have walking sticks to keep them steady.

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