Sunday, July 26, 2009

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24 comments:

  1. Slap a copyright on these images . You have captured that moment of peace in a busy day. Love your outlook on on and this timeless image.

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  2. nice street shot ... after it is now forbidden also in Switzerland, to smoke in the restaurants (except the pizza oven) the Pizzaioli must also go outside :)

    Thanks for leaving me a comment in my guestbook, which is really more than appreciated ;)

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  3. That little statue made a nice contrast to the guy outside relaxing.

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  4. That little statue gets around. I last saw it in Florida. It's better that the pizzaioli goes outside to smoke, 'cause that way he doesn't get ashes in the pizza!

    This is one of my favorite images in your collection!

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  5. I love this shot, everyone needs a break, be it coffee or a smoke break.

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  6. What a truly amazing and vivd shot..great work of a true artist.
    You have an award
    Claim Award here!

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  7. A 100% mege shot!! and i just know this pisture will be my favourite this week .-)))
    Just love italians and just love pizza...

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  8. Is it in Italy? I got to go visit there - too many hot guys - as evident in your reports :)Glad I quit smoking - 10 months now and no going back - so much time wasted on cigarettes!

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  9. A pizza chef is having well earned break.

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  10. Great shot, this will be a favourite.

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  11. This is a wonderfully composed photograph. i love it!

    Wishing you a scent-sational day!
    Patty

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  12. Thank you very much for the comments... always appreciated!

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  13. A perfect 'slice of life' photo!

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  14. Nice shot, it stands the test of time. I too like the contrast with the little statue chef and the cigarette smoker leaning against the wall.

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  15. Great capture. love it Barbara

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  16. Classic. I really like your style!

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  17. Where was this taken? In Siena?

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  18. Great series of photographs with anecdotes. I liked the first one of two rocks and a lot of soft white for which I did not see an anecdote.

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