Work No. 328; In The Real World Posted on September 26, 2008 by Michael St.Mark In The Real World c. 2007 Michael St.Mark. In-tandem identical tabloid-perusing pals, Kenwood, Highgate Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
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the old fashioned way! Great Capture-title St Mark!
Cheers Deano, as mentioned we are both blessed with the “eagle eye” heh?
Also note they’re reading the same rag – looks like either the Mail or the truly dreadful Express.
No accounting… as they say.
They’ve got to be mates, all those seats and they’re sitting together:))
Yes isadora, but they’re mates yet not actually “together” – each immersed in reading their own page of the paper, mentally they’re worlds apart.
But it’s funny, often that’s how it goes with “old mates”!
I reckon I can recognize young couples who have only just met, or only a few weeks ago at least- none of that newspaper reading stuff there.
Intimate lovey-dovey smiley smoochy attention to each other all the way.
If only it could stay that way with relationships…. sigh.
Cheers Tom. I think you could make a living selling Relaxation CD Roms – featuring slideshows of your great seaside photos, maybe set to suitable chilled-out ambient music?
Check out copyright-free music – google AKM for eg.
I use them a lot in my mountain videos, they have a big range of sounds & styles to choose from.
That’s a fabulous idea. I make my own ambient music anyway, so that could work really well.
Thanks very much for the idea.
Marketing it under new agey relaxation should do well in the Yoga etc mags.
You can buy CD /DVD duplicators for a couple of hundred or less now, where you run off copies of 3 or more every minute or so.
Google CD duplicators.