Saturday, February 6, 2010

Always Time For A Story


Okay, it isn't so good for productivity, but I suspect that the Egyptian propensity to stop to talk about almost anything is good for the soul. One man rests on a motorcycle, another squats with his back against a lamp post, and a third leans against the front of a shop. The hand gestures tell the story.

6 comments:

Alli's Notes/Photos said...

it is the very best for the human soul. talking. much better than 'texting' and communicating via the computer is possible. I quite like the photo, and I am guessing the man with the hand gesture is relating something about his hand.

angie nader said...

they are living in the moment ...how nice

r l n ! said...

Boy! i can sure relate with this one! The Fijian culture (the Fijians and Indians both) are so into catching up on the latest. And that's what their kava sessions are all about -- talking, talking, "catching up" for 6 hours -- 'til the wee hours of the morning sometimes!

brattcat said...

Perfect title for this image and perfect attitude for life.

Mia said...

wonderful! and in the U.S people won't even LOOK at each other ::sigh::

sara! said...

Awesome. The fact that you can captured them without they noticed you.. good shot!