Friday, June 8, 2012

Hangin' out (at the mall)

20 comments:

Karl Demetz said...

Interesting photo of this siesta.

Rambling Round said...

And one of them is taking a nap! Those chairs really look comfy.

RedPat said...

They all look totally exhausted!

Halcyon said...

Some people have a tough life. ;)

Randy said...

That would have been me with the ice cream.

Memphis MOJO said...

I know I'm showing my age, but we didn't have malls when I was growing up. Instead, we played baseball, rode bikes and DID STUFF!

Kate said...

After sleeping 12-14 hours each day you'd think they'd have more energy.

Taken For Granted said...

These young men are just at the mall stylin'. Great catch Lowell.

Judy said...

And this scene plays out all across the land! Did they catch you snapping their picture?

Lynette said...

Kate nailed it, you're so right. I'm thinking you couldn't have posed a more perfect image of three male teens, Lowell, minus any female teens, that is.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

These look like massage chairs, but they don't look like they need a massage.

Sharon said...

Not the crowd I would elect to see occupying those chairs.

magicpolaroid said...

really nice street-life photo!

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

are those massage chairs?

magiceye said...

brilliant capture!!

Paula said...

It looked like the sidewalk, I wanted to go there, immediately!

Tricia Hays said...

LoL! Waiting for their better halves, no doubt! LoL! =)

EG CameraGirl said...

Spending money is soooo boring! I wonder if they were using dad's credit card. Now that's really boring!

petrolin50 said...

Waiting, boredom, relaxation, and perhaps well-being. So I called this photo, my friend. Nice shot. Sincerely, Peter. I wish all the best.

David Thomas said...

Interesting photo. Makes me wish I was young again (or had a vibrating chair).

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