It’s Friday!

And none to soon. But before we head off into our weekend plans, I want to thank you for your support.

The past few weeks have been a bit of a whirlwind as I work a special project, but this activity will be winding down soon and I so look forward to a return to normalcy… well, kinda. LOL

I’ve been visiting sites at some really off-peak hours and many of you have been cranking out some awesome creations. You can find some of them here on my “Photography of Interest” board on Pinterest. It’s a continual work in progress so visit often.

To close out the week I have a funny sort of candid scene where a young man finds himself sleeping in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It was getting late in the day and perhaps he was just tuckered out. He was drawing some stares from passersby but none funnier than the residents (statues) of the museum, who seemed to be wondering when he would leave.  :-)

Sometimes… folks just don’t know when it’s time to go home. LOL

Have a great weekend everyone. I’ll be catching up to you soon. ;-)

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19 Responses to Posing Til Closing

  1. Chantal says:

    Have a good weekend
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  2. That’s great Jimi! It absolutely looks like the statues are waiting for the lingering houseguest to finally leave.
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  3. Len Saltiel says:

    What a funny image Jimi. You definitely captured a great moment. Great idea of using Pinterest as a showcase for other togs. I think I will steal that idea from you. have a great weekend.
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  4. Dave DiCello says:

    Jimi, this is just perfect man! I didn’t even notice the statues staring at him until you said something. Just awesome!
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  5. Edith Levy says:

    LOL…that’s a great capture Jimi. Wonder if that person knows they’re the highlight of today’s post.
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  6. Adam Allegro says:

    That is perfect!! Great find Jimi. The statues looking at him make this shot.
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  7. Rick Louie says:

    Thanks for the smile on this Friday! Have a great weekend!
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  8. Curt Fleenor says:

    How funny! They do look like they’re watching and waiting for him to go.
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  9. Rich McPeek says:

    Very cool shot Jimi! Great work! Thanks for the inclusion on your pinterest board!

  10. Mark Neal says:

    Perfect, Jimi. Quite an “artistic” accomplishment.
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  11. What a great catch Jimi! Have a great weekend
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  12. Jim Nix says:

    that’s an awesome shot Jimi, just perfect!
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  13. A.Barlow says:

    lol awesome shot. It’s funny, the statue of the dude looks all smug and looks like it is looking at the statue of the woman who looks like she is trying hard to cover up :)
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  14. Adam Olson says:

    Awesome Jimi! Have a great weekend bud!
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  15. LensScaper says:

    Great piece of candid photography, Jimi. Have a good weekend.
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  16. Ken Bello says:

    Great shot, Jimi. Gave me a big smile!
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  17. Great capture Jimi, I love the way the statues are perfectly positioned
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  18. Marcie says:

    What a terrific moment captured. Love how the statues seem to be guarding over him.
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  19. Ha! Great capture. I love how the sense of space adds to that caught-in-the-headlights moment.
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