Monday, April 2, 2012

"School's out, now what are we gonna do?"

19 comments:

petrolin50 said...

Everywhere is the same. When school ends, young people thinking about what to do as a business, how to find entertainment. / Peter.

EG CameraGirl said...

No problem! Let's go shopping!!

Taken For Granted said...

Kids just want to hang out at the mall. It's part of their consumer training. Good photo.

Thanks for your comment on my blog. I had the same thought about what's actually in those garages. Just couldn't be what's painted on the doors, could it?

Olivier said...

c'est triste de voir les enfants passaient leur temps libre dans les centres commerciaux ;(

Sharon said...

Hang out in the mall...what else?

RedPat said...

A secret shot in the mall. Before or after the security guard caught you?

Randy said...

That's what we used to do.

SRQ said...

I still would rather do anything but hang out at the mall. : )

cieldequimper said...

I so agree with Olivier.

llandudnopictures said...

They do look very bored... perhaps their day livened up when Security chased you out, for daring to take photos inside the mall?!

Halcyon said...

Is it spring break in Ocala? Looks like these kids have decided to hit the mall. They seem to be well-behaved though!

Jim Klenke said...

LOL, of course hang out and pester us old folks.

Cezar and Léia said...

They could play some game at the park or even a session of cinema.Here today Marina is studying inside her room.
Léia

*** Thanks for your kind comments and so adorable poem in Luna's blog! Really cute!

JM said...

Great title, Lowell! :-) That's exactly why beaches have been so crowded here lately.

One of my readers identified a Mandrake on one of the murals, a plant used in witchcraft. He thinks I might have posted a coven yesterday! :-)

Jarart said...

Hanging out at the mall is always and option. Not one that would interest me that much at that age but, to each his own.

Jarart said...

I forgot to answer your question, here's the scoop. The new camera is a Sony DSLR a35. The one that couldn't be fixed was a Sony a300. They said they are unable to get parts because the factory was damaged in the earthquake. Lucky for me, I bought an extended warranty and got the new camera at no charge. I love it and I can still use all my lenses with the new one.

Amin said...

Hello! It is beautiful time...

Small City Scenes said...

Hey dude---let's go hang at the mall. Yo!! MB

David Thomas said...

Here you are again Lowell! Risking arrest and interrogation by Homeland Security to get the shot. In any case it's a good idea to keep the youngsters in our sites. Cool photo.

"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