Tuesday, 10 May 2011

Watching the Panda


South Bank, London

20 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Everyone, young and old seems entranced! And he's not even real! Wonder how they would react to the real thing? Terrific capture, JM, as always!

Sylvia

AGMPRISMA said...

Esta muy bien hacer este tipo de fotos, la primera vez que vi yo esto alucine.
UN SALUDO.

{Liz} said...

lol, great shot

joo said...

Superb photo JM!

Lindsay said...

Much as I love your photos of our world's natural scenery and architecture, your pictures of our world's people are even more brilliant, because they capture a moment that can never be replicated.

magda said...

Is so interesting to know people!
Very nice!

Sérgio Pontes said...

Eu cá gostei desta foto

Fabien said...

Le panda rassemble toutes les communautés ;-)

Sy's Prints said...

love this photo, nice to see a shot of london!

lilabraga said...

fabulous street shot!!!

Jacob said...

A wonderful scene! I like the way we see the panda from the viewpoint of the two Hasidim.

diane b said...

Great travel shots here. Wow you've covered the globe.

michelangelo in the kitchen said...

Were watching them watch the panda. What is that ufo over their heads? It looks like a water bottle tossed in the air. Curious photo!

Pooch Purple Reign said...

i love watching people ... great shot !!
~laura

JM said...

@Michelangelo: It's a bird! :-)

Genie said...

What a great shot...so typical of London. Wish I were there right now!

Barb said...

JM,a great shot of people and reactions, I love it.Reminds me that we are having our local jewish food festival this weekend can't wait to go eat some great food....Barb

Lynette Killam said...

London is such a melting pot, it's a great place to people watch, isn't it? I love how you caught the pigeon in flight overhead, a wonderful touch of whimsy.

Glad you liked my Africa pictures. I too would love to go on safari again...:)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I love street entertainers -- and I see that I am not alone! Everyone in the picture is enjoying the panda's antics.

tapirgal said...

I always love to see the expression of cultural differences. This caught my eye! Wonderful photo.