Monday, June 15, 2015

Mike

Mike was sitting on an Elizabeth Park bench with a Nikon camera and a BIG lens.
He is retired on disability after a career as a "Jack of all trades."


Now, he likes to take photographs, but -- like me and maybe like you -- he has so many
photographs it is hard to find the ones he wants.

20 comments:

Mersad said...

Great capture!

Gunn said...

Hello Mike:-)
All the way from Norway.

What a nice portrait !

Birdman said...

That problem is easily remedied... take more portraits like this one.

Sharon Anck said...

Yup! I thought I had a good filing system until I tried to find a particular photo.

VP said...

A very good portrait, I am sure he will like it!

Lowell said...

Did you share war stories and photographs?

Stefan Jansson said...

Hello Mike. That can be tricky sometimes.

Sylvia K said...

Great shot for the day as always, Jack!! Hope your new week is off to a good start and that you're enjoying being back in Hartford!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Yes I do have a 'Mike' problem, way too many photos and a non existing order system :) Really good portrait, Mike looks wonderfully relaxed.

cieldequimper said...

Nice smile!

RedPat said...

Nice portrait, Jack! I am semi organized.

William Kendall said...

He looks like quite a character.

LOLfromPasa said...

He is looking right down the lens. Really like this!

Bob Crowe said...

Good crop, full of personality. But there must be more to the story. How did a retired handyman on disability (which doesn't pay much) afford a Nikon with a big lens?

Randy said...

Nice shot.

Kate said...

He looks rested and pretty content.

Karl Demetz said...

He seems very proud of himself, I'm sure he is a good photographer.

Halcyon said...

He looks very friendly and approachable.

EG CameraGirl said...

He looks like a nice guy!

Kay said...

Good portrait!
I wonder if that's a new freelance occupation: digital photographic librarian?