Thursday, March 21, 2013

Texting


18 comments:

cieldequimper said...

I know people who spend hours texting...

Andy said...

A common sight now of days but never expressed before like you have done with this photo.

Jack said...

Cool photo. I wonder if they give lessons in how to walk in heels like those.

EG CameraGirl said...

My feet hurt just looking at those shoes.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

I think she might be texting to ask a friend where she can buy some comfortable shoes.

Cezar and Léia said...

She is fashion! :)
Léia

llandudnopictures said...

No escape from people anymore if you have a mobile/cell phone!

Judy said...

Wow! What a beauty!

Sharon said...

She's a very talented young lady. There is no way I could text and walk in those shoes at the same time.

RedPat said...

I couldn't walk in those shoes anyway. And I don't know how to text!!

Linda said...

Unfortunately due to texting, among other things, there have been many accidents when people drive while texting.

Halcyon said...

She's probably making sure the person she wants to meet is nearby. I wouldn't want to walk more than necessary in heels like those!

Kay said...

I won't admit how recently I've learned texting, but nobody's going to teach me how to walk in shoes like those. But I do think I've mastered face-to-face communications, which I fear is falling by the wayside.

Randy said...

How do women walk in those heels.

Pierre BOYER said...

Very high heels !

Pierre

longbeachpeninsuladailyphoto said...

We don't see outfits like this very often where I live! We have a lot of denim, fleece, flannel, and the occasional pair of pajama bottoms in lieu of actual pants. We're very fashion-forward around here. I like how you've shot this, Lowell!

Karl Demetz said...

Texting?
No... She looks just your blog ;-)

Cool photo, Lowell !!

JM said...

I wonder if women will pay the price for having walked on high heels like these when they get older... Actually, it seems heels are getting higher and higher every day.

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