A farewell at the Airport. Ask a stranger to take a pic. (As you do).
This is a bit of a 'Lottery in Life' . The first man we asked, had a small child who actually beat his father on the rear end, thereby shaking the man's stance. I have not seen the results of those photos in an enlarged capacity. They did look very blurred in the small view.
I did feel the father showed remarkable restraint, as he was forcefully assaulted in a rear attack of some vicious force, from a sturdy, approximately, 4 year old! I would have leapt upon the child & possibley floored him!!
In the end, the lovely girl I approached, to use my camera, conceded to her father, & he proceeded to take 2 photos for me. Alas they are somewhat blurred also, but that could be because I had set the camera at the wrong setting!
BB, Meggie, Gom.
This, the late sunset after BB had gone.
Whisper secrets to the wind.
Your baby won't be near you any more.
Tender nights, before they fly,
Send falling stars that seem to cry.
Your baby doesn't want you any more.
To know she's been untrue.
But oh, what will you do,
When she says to you,
"There's someone new.
Start to weep and say good-bye.
You won't be seeing rainbows any more.
Setting suns, before they fall,
Echo to you, "That's all, that's all."
But you'll see lonely sunsets, after all.
It's over, it's over, it's over....
This next series of skies may be out of sequence. None of them have been altered in any way, & they were all taken on the same evening.
No, they were not black & white photos, though they look as if they might have been....
More travel news..
Amanda, aka Sagittarian, at More Canterbury Tales, tagged me to reveal my most embarrassing Album purchase.
I have to say, in my defence, I bought it in error. Played it once & declared it null & void! Loathsome.
Please feel free to not listen on click!! It is ghastly in so many ways.
So many more pics which may bore or entertain.