Sunday, 16 August 2009

Hands


still no internet at my new place

15 comments:

Martina said...

But cats' heater on and rolled sod unrolled? ;-)

Ann said...

So that's the reason for the absence. I was worried that something was wrong. Glad there isn't.

Virginia said...

Well that made me smile and brought a tear to my eye. Don't mind me! HA
V

Jacob said...

Boy, I've got to hand it to you! This is a very provocative shot!

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

Hope your internet gets connected soon. A family member moved house recently and waited 3 weeksfor connection.

The Travelling Teapot

Jilly said...

I never tire of your 'hands' photographs. This is enchanting. Hard to tell but presumably two women?

Mo said...

Great photo. Where was your subway picture?

brattcat said...

Hope the rest of the details are starting to fall into place in your new digs. And that your internet is connected soon.

Vogon Poet said...

Another beautiful hands image. Hope everything goes well with your new house, Internet included.

cara said...

I'm imagining this is a mother and daughter, the mother offering some encouragement and reassurance.

Hope you're settling in well and enjoying the disconnection! Look forward to your return.

ms toast burner said...

I just clicked on the 'hands' label to see all your previous hands photos. What gorgeous photos and a fantastic subject matter. Wonderful.
:-)

Good luck with the getting of the internet!

Joan Elizabeth said...

Julie, your hands are a highlight of my Sundays. Hope the move is going OK I've been thinking of you.

Pietro said...

Julie, I hope your move is ok!
About the internet connection, here we wait a long time too: 2/3 weeks or more. I think a good solution in these cases is to have an internet key, rechargeable and always working! :-)

Eamon said...

Probably good to have a break anyway Julie. It can be hard work not missing a day, especially when other things are happening. Lovely hands, firm grip. A touch of nervousness?

Julie said...

Indeed, this is a photograph of two women holding hands. They are not mother and daughter. They are not lesbians.

The older woman, on the left, was showing a friend (and potential model) around her art exhibition on the ground floor of a terrace in Glebe.

I would like to get provocative with my hands shots, but don't wish to set up a specific shot. Prefer just to be on the lookout for what attracts my eye ... However, I could walk the Oxford Street strip!