Wednesday, March 1, 2017

A Slow Day at the Office


The City Daily Photo theme for March 1 is "Black & White in Color." I'm not quite sure what that means, which must mean it is open to interpretation, and this is my interpretation.

For other interpretations of this theme, click HERE.

17 comments:

RedPat said...

Surprisingly colourless, Lowell! Good one.

Kay said...

Good one, Lowell! Sometimes I think the foremost requirement for working in a cell store is the desire to sit with your face in a phone all day...except when interrupted by a pesky customer.

Sharon Anck said...

That must not be a Verizon store. I've never seen a Verizon store with no customers unless it was closed. Great shot for the theme!

William Kendall said...

Quite muted in terms of colour, so it works very well!

Michelle said...

I would rather be swamped at work than have nothing to do. Makes for a slow day!

magiceye said...

Lovely take on the theme!

Lois said...

I think it is a great choice Lowell. Glad you like my nickname for 45. I refuse to use his name.

Catalyst said...

Very clever.

Marleen said...

No customer in sight to disturb his coffee break..

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Gosto deste olhar fotográfico.
Um abraço e continuação de boa semana.
Andarilhar || Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa || Livros-Autografados

Halcyon said...

I like your interpretation! :)

Small City Scenes said...

Good choice.
MB

Kate said...

Your interpretation is ALWAYS remarkable, Lowell.

Linda said...

The black and white is perfect for this photo, Lowell!

Janet said...

Well, it looks like you took a color photo then edited it in black and white, and that is all right with me! :) (Unless everything in that office was black and white!)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Good choice Lowell, perfect interpretation!

LOLfromPasa said...

Bet he gets reasonable wifi there :).

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