Couldn’t resist this shot of these two characters out in the town over in Chichester.
I had already seen this lady sitting outside one of the local stores awaiting her husband; but as she was not sporting her dainty oriental parasol; I decided that the shot wasn’t really that interesting or dynamic?
I had just to hope that I might cross paths with the pair again later in the day. Most people spend a good couple of hours strolling to and fro down here; often taking lunch at one of the busy restaurants or taking advantage of the welcome warmth of this late sunshine.
Anyway; I decided that I should go and take a look over at the Cathedral grounds where there are usually a plethora of visitors arriving on the buses and coaches; all out to spend a gentle afternoon shopping or simply taking in the sights?
Luck was definitely on my side when I see coming towards me; the very couple my interest had been alerted to earlier!
Only this time because the sun was high in the sky; the oriental parasol was getting an airing and the sunlight beautifully picking out the detail in it’s delicate design. As they drew closer I was clumsily attempting to line up the Cathedral for my backdrop when the gentleman sent a casual if somewhat cautious glance in my general direction. This I thought would only make for an even more interesting end result?
Having edited it slightly I must admit that I was pleased how the colour in the ladies hair contrasted so well with the flower detail in the open parasol; and with the dress worn by the young woman sitting on the Cathedral wall below them. (Even her varnished toe nail paint helped compliment the overall image; haha!)
At the time this was captured it really seemed to look quite balanced in it’s composition when I snuck a glance at it in my camera view finder? I do so love to see people like these two in today’s image; the ones who dress differently; and who are confident in their demeanour and who stand out from the crowd.
Not too shabby eh?
This is a great shot, Bob. I love the angle and their body postures.
Cheers Bill I always appreciate your comments my friend and I am really chuffed that you liked the end result!
Hope you and yours are well?
We are doing well thanks. I hope all is right with you as well.