Friday, April 29, 2011

Multi-cultural Ocala

18 comments:

EG Wow said...

Except for the palm trees, it could be Toronto.

Randy said...

I am really liking their tennis shoes.

Jack said...

Yup. Could be many places.

Cezar and Léia said...

You got some colourful (and fashionable) penguins over there, didn't know they liked the warmer climates... :)
God bless you!
Cezar

Birdman said...

The world's a changing place.

Halcyon said...

Uh-oh... didn't know the trash-bag style was also big in Ocala. They must get hot in those robes.

brattcat said...

Looks as if the leader of this trio was not certain how she felt about having her photograph taken.

Sailor said...

Very interesting.

Sharon said...

The many faces of the city!

cieldequimper said...

Ummmm... I'd better not comment.

youth_in_asia said...

Nice capture. I like to see a good mix of ethnicities in our communities. The first lady doesn't look like she's thrilled about having her photo taken, but hey... public places are fair game.

Jarart said...

Good catch and great title for this post!

Charlotte said...

Love the picture! Very nice catch indeed!

Hahahahaha - Tiger just looks dangerous - he's more chatty than anything else-:) I didn't give him any bread, but jam? Yes indeed! and ice-cream He loves that. ... -:)
Hope you enjoy your Saturday.

Amin said...

I agree with Jarart!

Kate said...

The only way I could get a picture of Moslem women would be a long distance shot since any of them whom I have approached have politely declined my request . Some of them are so beautiful that I would like to take a portrait, but I guess it's not to be!

JM said...

You were caught, Jacob! :-)

Sequim Daily Photo said...

The first woman is giving you the stink eye it looks like. Probably wondering why some stranger was taking her picture as I would in the same situation. I'd be miserable in a hot climate if I had to wear that much clothing and I'd get cranky.

Irina said...

Almost no women in such clothes in Moscow.

"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