6.28.2016

Standing around in Sienna. Just waiting for something cool to happen.


Damn, it's hard to be inconspicuous holding a big, silver Hasselblad in front of your chest. But sometimes you just have to decide that discretion is overrated.

I saw this photograph earlier today and it inspired me to go home and make a fettucini Alfredo with smoked salmon. I have to get off this recent pasta kick or I'll need to start going to two swim practices per day to ensure that my pants fit...


4 comments:

dasar photography said...

Siena is the right spelling

Gary Sloman said...

The most amazing thing about that photo is that the men are not engaged in an intense conversation, like these two typical gentlemen from Florence,

https://gsloman.smugmug.com/Tuscany/i-FP2QW7B/A

or these two unlikely museum guards from Tarquinia.

https://gsloman.smugmug.com/Rome/i-KRj2XvF/A

Italy is my favorite place to photograph street life, not to mention the wonderful food.

Anonymous said...

There is a phone in the hands of the youngest man. Nice!

Kirk Tuck said...

Dasar, That was the old spelling. They changed it this year to make it fancier for Americans to write out. It's okay. We still say it the same way....