Saturday, January 8, 2011

Waiting for the doctor

16 comments:

Steffe said...

Saved by the baby, sounds interesting.

Cezar and Léia said...

It's a good way to spend time while waiting.I prefer my ipod, music is in my heart! :)
*** thanks for the beautiful poem in Luna's blog!You are so kind!
hugs and a blessed Sunday!
Léia

EG Wow said...

It looks like they didn't know you were taking their photo! Do you carry a spy camera with you?

Memphis MOJO said...

The lady on the left looks like she has her purse in her lap where she can keep an eye on it :)

nopham said...

Looks like they're waiting to see their eye doctor ☺.☺.☺

Randy said...

I'm like Leia I would have my ipod on. Your brave, I could never take a shot of people like this.

Birdman said...

PEOPLE it's everywhere. A copy for all who enter?

JM said...

Great portrait, Jacob! I only use small Cybershot cameras and I also take one with me, even when I go to the doctor. :-)

Sharon said...

That doctor provides great reading material. The only time I read those magazines is in waiting areas.

Jarart said...

Yes, it seems to me that we have to wait for longer and longer times. That must be why they call us a patient, we have to have patience.

Tricia said...

Ya gotta do something while waiting for the slooooow doctors... it's torture w/ the waiting! =)

Bibi said...

Oh, you are a blogger after my own heart with this sneak shot...

Sequim Daily Photo said...

I'm with the others, my first thought was did they know you were taking their picture?
I always snag a waiting room magazine and take it in with me when I see the doctor or dentist because it never fails you get in the room, the nurse checks you over and then leaves you sitting there another 20 minutes longer until the doctor sees you.

Jack said...

You shot 90 yesterday? How did you do on the back nine, Jacob? I took a putting lesson on Friday. Now I just need to learn about the other 13 clubs.

tapirgal said...

I'm one of those who hides behind the camera and doesn't ask people about taking their photos. You are brave! Do they usually agree? In addition, this is a very cool double portrait or slice of life. Nice work!

Gunn said...

Great shots!:)
I envy you your talent/nerve to go that close....

"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