Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Debbie and friends


This is Debbie. We met Debbie this afternoon in downtown Ocala. She was wearing a patch that read, "Park Ranger." Debbie was ensuring that cars parked in the area did not overstay their allotted time. Personable and friendly, she readily agreed to have her picture taken. Not only so, but when two other women walked toward us, she asked if they would like to be in a picture, and they agreed, smilingly.

We have some very nice people in Ocala!

20 comments:

bfarr said...

Are you sure the one in the middle is not Jamie Lee Curtis? She sure looks like her.

brattcat said...

the one in the middle looks a little like jaime lee curtis.

Memphis MOJO said...

Every community needs a Debbie or two!

tapirgal said...

You sure do have some nice people there. "Park Ranger" is quite funny. The community has a sense of humor.

Olivier said...

trois femmes sympathiques en portrait, et je suis d'accord avec Memphis Mojo, tout le monde aurait besoin d'une Debbie comme connaissance

Small City Scenes said...

What a nice friendly post.
I am always afraid to ask people ---well almost anything. Good for you and good for them. MB

cieldequimper said...

Nice trio. Debbie needs to come to France, she'd have a ball. Everyone exceeds their allotted time. Except me of course.

lewi14 said...

Very nice and friendly shots! Great!

Cezar and Léia said...

Really nice and so beautiful smiles!
Léia

Halcyon said...

You're making new friends all over the place! Looks like these ladies are plenty friendly. They all have nice smiles.

Jim Klenke said...

Does she have chalk on the end of that stick? Thats how they keep track of parked cars here.

nopham said...

They're posing for a handsome photographer..I would...Wave and honk if you see a white L.L.Bean Subaru Forester.

Sharon said...

You live in a very friendly town!

Jarart said...

That must have been fun. They look like happy gals with those beautiful smiles. Great post!

Daryl said...

Clearly none on the Most Wanted list

Marie said...

You are lucky to live in Ocala. I like Daryl's comment :-))
A few years ago, I was attacked by a young man who was hiding behind a tree. I had just taken a photo of the sidewalk that had been widened and the "thug" thought I had photographed him. Now I hardly take photos of people.

Jack said...

Looks like a friendly gathering.

Jacob, You're a hoot. I am not posting any more real info. Don't want to give you a stroke.

Irina said...

Great shot. I never have courage to ask people about portrait, not like you and Steffe.
What does she do with that metal stick?

EG Wow said...

Neat shot, Jacob! You must not be as scary in person as you seem online. :)

Okie dokie, I am now backing away slowly....

Oh wait! Merry Christmas!...

Now I'm running!!!

Irina said...

So I would need to wait for her, dust away the chalk mark and have two more hours for free. Russian rebels never quit))))

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson