Friday, June 10, 2011

Ice cream at the mall...

...tastes really good while one's spouse is shopping...

19 comments:

Olivier said...

beau traitement pour détourner le droit a l'image

Sharon said...

Looks like a perfect "waiting" activiity.

Small City Scenes said...

He looks like a statue. Is it real or memorex? MB

Memphis MOJO said...

Ice cream followed by a good coffee -- doesn't get much better than that.

Paula said...

What a classic feel to this. You've managed to make overindulgence look gentlemanly - or maybe he has :)
Well done!

Irredento Urbanita said...

Hotness is in the air. :)

Hugs

Valery

Barcelona Daily Photo

cieldequimper said...

How about a diet?

Amin said...

I also think so...

Amin said...

I also think so...

Cezar and Léia said...

It looks like he's got a lot of ice cream in his tummy... How long has the wife been out there shopping? :)
God bless you!
Cezar

Irina said...

The photo looks very artful. Oh, ice cream..

RedPat said...

Love this shot - your composition, focusing, subject - perfect!

fiziskandarz said...

love the abstract effeft :) it really suits the mood of this picture! :D

brattcat said...

like the effect of this...as if he's on a sugar high.

Randy said...

I hear Ben and Jerry calling me now! Nice shot.

Charlotte said...

Mm! Ice-cream! My favorite!
I agree - ice-cream is better than shopping, especially when it's this hot-:)
No, we don't have airconditioning in private homes. Only at work. And with temperatures in the 30-ies (C) it can be pretty hot-:)
The pictures I showed were swalloved by Blogger, but I supposed it was a heatcrack - again-:)
I'm glad that you feel better. Taking one day at a time is a very good idea.
Please enjoy your Saturday.
Best wishes

Birdman said...

You sure do check out a lot of malls in your travels.

anjoe playhouse said...

Shame on you, Jacob! Now I'll drop icecream this afternoon ;-)

EG Wow said...

Mmmm. Maybe I need to talk my husband into going to the mall so HE can shop and I can eat a bowl of ice cream. :)

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